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#241
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your fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?

your fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?
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#242
2 Frags +
Pheeshyour fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?

Are you running the game at close to max settings though? I do that because I only use TF2 to stream for TFTV so I'm not bothered about getting 120fps, so long as my game is at 60 or higher it's fine for the stream. I said that my CPU doesn't go above 30% usage or so but I'll do a test now to see if that's all on one core or something.

[quote=Pheesh]your fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?[/quote]

Are you running the game at close to max settings though? I do that because I only use TF2 to stream for TFTV so I'm not bothered about getting 120fps, so long as my game is at 60 or higher it's fine for the stream. I said that my CPU doesn't go above 30% usage or so but I'll do a test now to see if that's all on one core or something.
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#243
1 Frags +
DavidTheWinPheeshyour fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?
Are you running the game at close to max settings though? I do that because I only use TF2 to stream for TFTV so I'm not bothered about getting 120fps, so long as my game is at 60 or higher it's fine for the stream. I said that my CPU doesn't go above 30% usage or so but I'll do a test now to see if that's all on one core or something.

Nope, spread across all 8 physical and logical cores, none going higher than about 30-40% usage.

[quote=DavidTheWin][quote=Pheesh]your fps seems kind of off David (I have an i7-4790k @ stock and even w/ dx9 I get higher fps w/ a crappier vid card.) Are you able to see the CPU core loading when it's running?[/quote]

Are you running the game at close to max settings though? I do that because I only use TF2 to stream for TFTV so I'm not bothered about getting 120fps, so long as my game is at 60 or higher it's fine for the stream. I said that my CPU doesn't go above 30% usage or so but I'll do a test now to see if that's all on one core or something.[/quote]

Nope, spread across all 8 physical and logical cores, none going higher than about 30-40% usage.
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#244
0 Frags +

I also run max settings on my 4790k with dual 680s (I only run single in tf2) and get much better fps than you're getting, I feel like your frames should be higher (I posted some of my results earlier in the thread).

I also run max settings on my 4790k with dual 680s (I only run single in tf2) and get much better fps than you're getting, I feel like your frames should be higher (I posted some of my results earlier in the thread).
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#245
0 Frags +

2639 frames 30.224 seconds 87.32 fps (11.45 ms/f) 11.292 fps variability

i7 4790, HD4600
1680x1050
lowest settings
-dxlevel81

2639 frames 25.872 seconds 102.00 fps ( 9.80 ms/f) 12.876 fps variability

everything same but 1440x900

2639 frames 30.224 seconds 87.32 fps (11.45 ms/f) 11.292 fps variability

i7 4790, HD4600
1680x1050
lowest settings
-dxlevel81

2639 frames 25.872 seconds 102.00 fps ( 9.80 ms/f) 12.876 fps variability

everything same but 1440x900
246
#246
0 Frags +

2639 frames 59.261 seconds 44.53 fps (22.46 ms/f) 3.184 fps variability

Intel i5-4570
8GB ddr3-1600
EVGA GTX 970
Windows 10

--

updated mobo bios
2639 frames 15.231 seconds 173.26 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 13.679 fps variability

2639 frames 59.261 seconds [b]44.53 fps[/b] (22.46 ms/f) 3.184 fps variability

Intel i5-4570
8GB ddr3-1600
EVGA GTX 970
Windows 10

--

updated mobo bios
2639 frames 15.231 seconds [b]173.26 fps[/b] ( 5.77 ms/f) 13.679 fps variability
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#247
2 Frags +

hrolf that's way too low for your setup.

hrolf that's way too low for your setup.
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#248
5 Frags +

I'd guess using internal graphics and not the 970.

I'd guess using internal graphics and not the 970.
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#249
2 Frags +
_KermitI'd guess using internal graphics and not the 970.

DVI-D from gpu to monitor
Device Manager -> display adapters -> gtx 970

--

updated mobo bios; yielded this:

2639 frames 15.231 seconds 173.26 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 13.679 fps variability

happpppppyyyyyy

[quote=_Kermit]I'd guess using internal graphics and not the 970.[/quote]

DVI-D from gpu to monitor
Device Manager -> display adapters -> gtx 970

--

updated mobo bios; yielded this:

2639 frames 15.231 seconds 173.26 fps ( 5.77 ms/f) 13.679 fps variability

happpppppyyyyyy
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#250
0 Frags +
2639 frames 18.588 seconds 141.98 fps ( 7.04 ms/f) 10.037 fps variability

CPU and overclock: A8 5600k @4.0GHz
Graphics Card: ASUS Radeon 270X TOP OC
Driver version: 15.11.1
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: slightly modified comanglias
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Notes: This is with the very latest catalyst driver which came out yesterday.

[code]2639 frames 18.588 seconds 141.98 fps ( 7.04 ms/f) 10.037 fps variability
[/code]

CPU and overclock: A8 5600k @4.0GHz
Graphics Card: ASUS Radeon 270X TOP OC
Driver version: 15.11.1
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: slightly modified comanglias
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Notes: This is with the very latest catalyst driver which came out yesterday.
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#251
0 Frags +

2639 frames 14.214 seconds 185.67 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 14.982 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 4.2 GHz
PNY GTX 770 OC 2GB
Driver: 358.50
dxlevel: 81
1920x1080 Fullscreen
custom balanced fps config
blobby shadows

2639 frames 14.214 seconds 185.67 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 14.982 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 4.2 GHz
PNY GTX 770 OC 2GB
Driver: 358.50
dxlevel: 81
1920x1080 Fullscreen
custom balanced fps config
blobby shadows
252
#252
0 Frags +
pazer2639 frames 14.214 seconds 185.67 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 14.982 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 4.2 GHz
PNY GTX 770 OC 2GB
Driver: 358.50
dxlevel: 81
1920x1080 Fullscreen
custom balanced fps config
blobby shadows

could you share that fps config, if you don't mind?

[quote=pazer]2639 frames 14.214 seconds 185.67 fps ( 5.39 ms/f) 14.982 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 4.2 GHz
PNY GTX 770 OC 2GB
Driver: 358.50
dxlevel: 81
1920x1080 Fullscreen
custom balanced fps config
blobby shadows[/quote]

could you share that fps config, if you don't mind?
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#253
2 Frags +

http://puu.sh/loftN/eb3b3d0e81.7z

tl;dr: Dump all this shit in /cfg/ or /custom/pazers_config/cfg/ or /custom/pazers_stupid_config/cfg/ or whatever. See one of the _launch.cfg's for recommended command line parameters. You need to put +exec perfcfg_high_performance_launch OR +exec perfcfg_performance_launch OR +exec perfcfg_pretty_launch on your command line at the minimum.

Honestly splitting things up the way I did was probably more trouble than it was worth, but the original idea was to have cvars that require a material system reload (game freezes while it reloads all textures) in separate cfgs (_launch.cfg) than the cvars that didn't require a material system reload (_runtime.cfg). By doing this you could quickly change cvars that could actually be changed quickly (without freezing or crashing your game) by just execcing one of the _runtime.cfg configs during your game. In practice, I've never used this functionality once. Oh well.

http://puu.sh/loftN/eb3b3d0e81.7z

tl;dr: Dump all this shit in /cfg/ or /custom/pazers_config/cfg/ or /custom/pazers_stupid_config/cfg/ or whatever. See one of the _launch.cfg's for recommended command line parameters. You need to put +exec perfcfg_high_performance_launch OR +exec perfcfg_performance_launch OR +exec perfcfg_pretty_launch on your command line at the minimum.

Honestly splitting things up the way I did was probably more trouble than it was worth, but the original idea was to have cvars that require a material system reload (game freezes while it reloads all textures) in separate cfgs (_launch.cfg) than the cvars that didn't require a material system reload (_runtime.cfg). By doing this you could quickly change cvars that could actually be changed quickly (without freezing or crashing your game) by just execcing one of the _runtime.cfg configs during your game. In practice, I've never used this functionality once. Oh well.
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#254
1 Frags +

CPU: i5-4200U @ 2.6GHz (yes, a laptop)
GPU: nVidia GeForce GT 740M
Driver: 358.91
FPS Configs: Comanglia's Stability config
Shadows: Off
1024x768 (Fullscreen)
http://hastebin.com/kocibazayi.md (i dont know how long this will stay up)

Show Content
# Comanglias Stability Config:

==========================
## DX9:
==========================
###Steam Overlay On
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 32.957 seconds 80.07 fps (12.49 ms/f) 5.367 fps variability
2639 frames 30.698 seconds 85.97 fps (11.63 ms/f) 4.896 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 30.370 seconds 86.89 fps (11.51 ms/f) 5.168 fps variability
2639 frames 31.092 seconds 84.88 fps (11.78 ms/f) 5.511 fps variability
```

### Steam Overlay Off:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 30.086 seconds 87.72 fps (11.40 ms/f) 4.831 fps variability
2639 frames 30.335 seconds 86.99 fps (11.50 ms/f) 4.921 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 30.301 seconds 87.09 fps (11.48 ms/f) 5.763 fps variability
2639 frames 30.042 seconds 87.84 fps (11.38 ms/f) 4.740 fps variability
```

==========================
## DX81:
==========================
### Steam Overlay On:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 26.420 seconds 99.89 fps (10.01 ms/f) 6.694 fps variability
2639 frames 27.290 seconds 96.70 fps (10.34 ms/f) 7.191 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 26.717 seconds 98.78 fps (10.12 ms/f) 6.472 fps variability
2639 frames 27.819 seconds 94.86 fps (10.54 ms/f) 7.658 fps variability
```

### Steam Overlay Off:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 26.553 seconds 99.39 fps (10.06 ms/f) 6.689 fps variability
2639 frames 25.963 seconds 101.64 fps ( 9.84 ms/f) 6.319 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 26.315 seconds 100.28 fps ( 9.97 ms/f) 6.458 fps variability
2639 frames 25.979 seconds 101.58 fps ( 9.84 ms/f) 6.676 fps variability
```
CPU: i5-4200U @ 2.6GHz (yes, a laptop)
GPU: nVidia GeForce GT 740M
Driver: 358.91
FPS Configs: Comanglia's Stability config
Shadows: Off
1024x768 (Fullscreen)
[url=http://hastebin.com/kocibazayi.md]http://hastebin.com/kocibazayi.md[/url] (i dont know how long this will stay up)
[spoiler]
# Comanglias Stability Config:

==========================
## DX9:
==========================
###Steam Overlay On
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 32.957 seconds 80.07 fps (12.49 ms/f) 5.367 fps variability
2639 frames 30.698 seconds 85.97 fps (11.63 ms/f) 4.896 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 30.370 seconds 86.89 fps (11.51 ms/f) 5.168 fps variability
2639 frames 31.092 seconds 84.88 fps (11.78 ms/f) 5.511 fps variability
```

### Steam Overlay Off:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 30.086 seconds 87.72 fps (11.40 ms/f) 4.831 fps variability
2639 frames 30.335 seconds 86.99 fps (11.50 ms/f) 4.921 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 30.301 seconds 87.09 fps (11.48 ms/f) 5.763 fps variability
2639 frames 30.042 seconds 87.84 fps (11.38 ms/f) 4.740 fps variability
```

==========================
## DX81:
==========================
### Steam Overlay On:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 26.420 seconds 99.89 fps (10.01 ms/f) 6.694 fps variability
2639 frames 27.290 seconds 96.70 fps (10.34 ms/f) 7.191 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 26.717 seconds 98.78 fps (10.12 ms/f) 6.472 fps variability
2639 frames 27.819 seconds 94.86 fps (10.54 ms/f) 7.658 fps variability
```

### Steam Overlay Off:
#### fps_max 171:
```
2639 frames 26.553 seconds 99.39 fps (10.06 ms/f) 6.689 fps variability
2639 frames 25.963 seconds 101.64 fps ( 9.84 ms/f) 6.319 fps variability
```
#### fps_max 0:
```
2639 frames 26.315 seconds 100.28 fps ( 9.97 ms/f) 6.458 fps variability
2639 frames 25.979 seconds 101.58 fps ( 9.84 ms/f) 6.676 fps variability
```
[/spoiler]
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#255
0 Frags +
2639 frames 21.741 seconds 121.38 fps ( 8.24 ms/f) 8.867 fps variability

CPU and overclock: A8 5600k @4.0GHz
Graphics Card: ASUS Radeon 270X TOP OC
Driver version: Radeon Software Crimson Edition
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: slightly modified comanglias
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Notes: Disappointed with losing around 15 frames I uninstalled the driver and re-installed the latest beta driver (15.11.1) but still getting the same results, was averaging 136 frames yesterday I have no idea why I would just lose 15 frames seemingly at random, would appreciate any help.

[code]2639 frames 21.741 seconds 121.38 fps ( 8.24 ms/f) 8.867 fps variability
[/code]

CPU and overclock: A8 5600k @4.0GHz
Graphics Card: ASUS Radeon 270X TOP OC
Driver version: Radeon Software Crimson Edition
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Fullscreen
FPS configs enabled: slightly modified comanglias
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Notes: Disappointed with losing around 15 frames I uninstalled the driver and re-installed the latest beta driver (15.11.1) but still getting the same results, was averaging 136 frames yesterday I have no idea why I would just lose 15 frames seemingly at random, would appreciate any help.
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#256
0 Frags +

CPU and overclock: i5 4690K @ 4.5 GHz (shit temporary motherboard)
Graphics Card: AMD HD 7970 ghz edition
RAM: 8GB 1600

Driver version: Radeon Crimson 15.11
Resolution: 1920x1080 144hz
Full-screen or windowed: full screen
FPS configs enabled: bastard config
Shadows: disabled

DX 91
2639 frames 15.285 seconds 172.65 fps ( 5.79 ms/f) 11.703 fps variability

DX 81
2639 frames 13.794 seconds 191.32 fps ( 5.23 ms/f) 14.154 fps variability

CPU and overclock: i5 4690K @ 4.5 GHz (shit temporary motherboard)
Graphics Card: AMD HD 7970 ghz edition
RAM: 8GB 1600

Driver version: Radeon Crimson 15.11
Resolution: 1920x1080 144hz
Full-screen or windowed: full screen
FPS configs enabled: bastard config
Shadows: disabled

DX 91
2639 frames 15.285 seconds 172.65 fps ( 5.79 ms/f) 11.703 fps variability

DX 81
2639 frames 13.794 seconds 191.32 fps ( 5.23 ms/f) 14.154 fps variability
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#257
0 Frags +
2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81

[code]2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability[/code]

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81
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#258
0 Frags +
deetr
2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81

Now would be a great time to buy a cpu cooler if you have the money, you could potentially get significantly better fps from overclocking.

[quote=deetr][code]2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability[/code]

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81[/quote]

Now would be a great time to buy a cpu cooler if you have the money, you could potentially get significantly better fps from overclocking.
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#259
0 Frags +
Karldeetr
2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81

Now would be a great time to buy a cpu cooler if you have the money, you could potentially get significantly better fps from overclocking.

With the same but now OC 4.0 Ghz I'm getting

2639 frames 18.415 seconds 143.30 fps ( 6.98 ms/f) 12.626 fps variability
[quote=Karl][quote=deetr][code]2639 frames 21.407 seconds 123.28 fps ( 8.11 ms/f) 12.653 fps variability[/code]

i5-4670k @ 3.4 GHz
780 Ti
16GB RAM
1920x1080 fullscreen
Comanglia's config dx81[/quote]

Now would be a great time to buy a cpu cooler if you have the money, you could potentially get significantly better fps from overclocking.[/quote]

With the same but now OC 4.0 Ghz I'm getting

[code]2639 frames 18.415 seconds 143.30 fps ( 6.98 ms/f) 12.626 fps variability[/code]
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#260
2 Frags +

2639 frames 11.275 seconds 234.06 fps ( 4.27 ms/f) 23.505 fps variability

CPU and overclock: 4690k @ 4.7 GHz
Graphics Card: r9 290

Driver version: 15.201
dxlevel (default is 90): 80
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Chris dx9frames
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: flat texture mod

2639 frames 10.311 seconds 255.95 fps ( 3.91 ms/f) 17.368 fps variability
@4.8ghz
2639 frames 9.852 seconds 267.87 fps ( 3.73 ms/f) 20.203 fps variability
@4.9
fuck im erect

2639 frames 11.275 seconds 234.06 fps ( 4.27 ms/f) 23.505 fps variability

CPU and overclock: 4690k @ 4.7 GHz
Graphics Card: r9 290

Driver version: 15.201
dxlevel (default is 90): 80
Resolution: 1280x1024
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Chris dx9frames
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Additional notes: flat texture mod

2639 frames 10.311 seconds 255.95 fps ( 3.91 ms/f) 17.368 fps variability
@4.8ghz
2639 frames 9.852 seconds 267.87 fps ( 3.73 ms/f) 20.203 fps variability
@4.9
fuck im erect
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#261
5 Frags +

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BzB0LmATCyEWc19pUUxkY3ZpbXM&usp=sharing

http://pazer.us/files/tf2/tftv_benchmarks/12-2-15.png

If this is completely unhelpful I'll stop posting these.

Averages, best to worst:

dx80 - 5.094ms per frame (196.31 fps)
dx82 - 5.114ms per frame (195.54 fps)
dx81 - 5.150ms per frame (194.17 fps)
dx90 - 5.564ms per frame (179.73 fps)
dx91 - 5.602ms per frame (178.51 fps)
dx95 - 5.670ms per frame (176.37 fps)
dx98 - 5.908ms per frame (169.26 fps)

CPU and overclock: 4670K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 358.50
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Custom (http://pazer.us/files/tf2/tftv_benchmarks/cfg_12-2-15.7z)
Shadows enabled/disabled: blobby

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BzB0LmATCyEWc19pUUxkY3ZpbXM&usp=sharing

[img]http://pazer.us/files/tf2/tftv_benchmarks/12-2-15.png[/img]

If this is completely unhelpful I'll stop posting these.

Averages, best to worst:
[code]
dx80 - 5.094ms per frame (196.31 fps)
dx82 - 5.114ms per frame (195.54 fps)
dx81 - 5.150ms per frame (194.17 fps)
dx90 - 5.564ms per frame (179.73 fps)
dx91 - 5.602ms per frame (178.51 fps)
dx95 - 5.670ms per frame (176.37 fps)
dx98 - 5.908ms per frame (169.26 fps)
[/code]

CPU and overclock: 4670K @ 4.2 GHz
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 358.50
Resolution: 2560x1440
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Custom (http://pazer.us/files/tf2/tftv_benchmarks/cfg_12-2-15.7z)
Shadows enabled/disabled: blobby
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#262
0 Frags +
2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.

[code]2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability[/code]

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.
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#263
0 Frags +
Pendji
2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.

[quote=Pendji][code]2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability[/code]

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.[/quote]

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.
264
#264
0 Frags +
_KermitPendji
2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.

True, what is your motherboard and cooler Pendji? A 3570k easily does 4.4 GHz

[quote=_Kermit][quote=Pendji][code]2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability[/code]

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.[/quote]

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.[/quote]

True, what is your motherboard and cooler Pendji? A 3570k easily does 4.4 GHz
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#265
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kiler4fun_KermitPendji
2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.

True, what is your motherboard and cooler Pendji? A 3570k easily does 4.4 GHz

As far as I can tell the motherboard is the worst part. http://www.msi.com/product/motherboard/B75MA-P45.html (reading from Speccy anyway). Two 120mm fans but that's about it.

/Apparently it can't clock beyond 3.8 GHz. I was kinda expecting to upgrade my motherboard next anyway.

[quote=kiler4fun][quote=_Kermit][quote=Pendji][code]2639 frames 16.531 seconds 159.64 fps ( 6.26 ms/f) 14.951 fps variability[/code]

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
Graphics Card: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770

Driver version: 347.52
dxlevel (default is 90): 81
Resolution: 1920x1080
Full-screen or windowed: Full
FPS configs enabled: Comanglia's Config (Looks prettier than Chris'? Don't know if it does anything in terms of fps)
Shadows enabled/disabled: disabled

Bar none knowledge on hardware, but I'd assume a better CPU is the next milestone. Ever since I was told that playing a Gameboy with audio on drained the battery faster, I've minimized everything possible. I'm sure I'm somewhat reliably at 120 fps @ 120hz but doesn't really feel like it. If dx9 is the new default, I'm screwed till I get better parts I'm guessing.

I'm running two monitors but thats as far as I go in terms of graphical luxury.[/quote]

Just look into overclocking, you've got a CPU that's decent enough to go up over 4ghz that ought to get you some extra frames.[/quote]

True, what is your motherboard and cooler Pendji? A 3570k easily does 4.4 GHz[/quote]As far as I can tell the motherboard is the worst part. http://www.msi.com/product/motherboard/B75MA-P45.html (reading from Speccy anyway). Two 120mm fans but that's about it.

/Apparently it can't clock beyond 3.8 GHz. I was kinda expecting to upgrade my motherboard next anyway.
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#266
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For TF2 only should I go with 4 core CPU (e.g. Athlon 860k) or a 2 core with better single core performance (e.g. g3258)?

For TF2 only should I go with 4 core CPU (e.g. Athlon 860k) or a 2 core with better single core performance (e.g. g3258)?
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#267
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2639 frames 38.759 seconds 68.09 fps (14.69 ms/f) 6.640 fps variability

legendary fps.

i5 2500k @ 4.2 ghz
evga gtx 970

dx91
1920x1090
fullscreen
comanglias mid level pc config
latest nvidia drivers

2639 frames 38.759 seconds 68.09 fps (14.69 ms/f) 6.640 fps variability

legendary fps.

i5 2500k @ 4.2 ghz
evga gtx 970

dx91
1920x1090
fullscreen
comanglias mid level pc config
latest nvidia drivers
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#268
1 Frags +
crwFor TF2 only should I go with 4 core CPU (e.g. Athlon 860k) or a 2 core with better single core performance (e.g. g3258)?

2 core with better single core performance. If you want to know more ask your questions in this thread: http://www.teamfortress.tv/12714/pc-build-thread

[quote=crw]For TF2 only should I go with 4 core CPU (e.g. Athlon 860k) or a 2 core with better single core performance (e.g. g3258)?[/quote]

2 core with better single core performance. If you want to know more ask your questions in this thread: http://www.teamfortress.tv/12714/pc-build-thread
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#269
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@Pendji
Yeah it can't because you have a B75 mobo, with a Z77 you would be fine :/

@Pendji
Yeah it can't because you have a B75 mobo, with a Z77 you would be fine :/
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#270
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smitten2639 frames 38.759 seconds 68.09 fps (14.69 ms/f) 6.640 fps variability

legendary fps.

i5 2500k @ 4.2 ghz
evga gtx 970

dx91
1920x1090
fullscreen
comanglias mid level pc config
latest nvidia drivers

the difference a new computer makes
2639 frames 12.376 seconds 213.24 fps ( 4.69 ms/f) 25.687 fps variability

i7 4790k
970
dx91, 1920x1080, fullscreen, comanglia high level pc cfg,

[quote=smitten]2639 frames 38.759 seconds 68.09 fps (14.69 ms/f) 6.640 fps variability

legendary fps.

i5 2500k @ 4.2 ghz
evga gtx 970

dx91
1920x1090
fullscreen
comanglias mid level pc config
latest nvidia drivers[/quote]

the difference a new computer makes
2639 frames 12.376 seconds 213.24 fps ( 4.69 ms/f) 25.687 fps variability

i7 4790k
970
dx91, 1920x1080, fullscreen, comanglia high level pc cfg,
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