Crysis performance DX9 DX10

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by MarkosDL, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. MarkosDL

    MarkosDL Master Guru

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    The point is Crysis is still a living hell for gpus/cpus and gamin rigs in general and certainly a benchmarking game for years and of course a enjoyble game. I want to see how Crysis 2 will be though. If it follows the path of its ''ancestor'' (Crysis 2007 lol) then we are simply FUBAR lol
    also i bough Crysis Warhead today. DX9 (havent tested out DX10 yet) all in max setts no aa it runs as gd as DX9 Crysis does in high setts. guess Warhead is better optimised.EDIT: and i just tried it in DX10 and unlike Crysis where i had a huge 20 fps loss in dx10 now in warhead had like 4-5 fps in enthusiastic so i guess it will run just fine in both enthusiastic and gamer setts in dx10
     
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  2. barwell1992

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    ^ crysis 2 is a port ..... need i say more
     
  3. Redemption80

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    It's being developed on all three at the same time, and even if it was a port, it would be likely to run better, since its been optimised for low spec consoles.

    Only problem though:
    Make it too low spec, and people will say its a lazy port, that it looks worse than the original, and isn't pushing the PC technically.
    Make it the best looking game ever on the highest settings, and it will no doubt destroy every PC, and it will get branded unoptimised crap again.

    They need to have the highest settings on some sort of timed thing, because people will always shove everything up to the max, then bitch about performance, even if dialing things down abit makes little difference visually.
     
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    ^ i agree

    the problem with the crysis name is i think a lot of people think all show no go in terms of amazing graphics but lacking game play
     

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    Crysis does know how to affect people's lifes lol
     
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  7. gerardfraser

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    Bench I did awhile ago,with trifire.
    Yes huge CPU bottleneck with Crysis

    Crysis is like darts good grouping on the AVG's LOL.Ok I ran the test for ya on my ATI core I7 machine.

    Core I7 CPU speeds from 3000-4400MHZ no real difference in Crysis FPS from 720 to 1080,dare I say 1080 runs better.


    Crysis compared 1080 vs 720
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    Link to full size Crysis 1080vs720
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  8. MarkosDL

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    those are interesting benchmarks gerardfraser thnx for sharing
     
  9. Hardware Killer

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    Crysis is a beast to run smoothly with decent res DX10.

    W3540@4.6Ghz with 2 4870x2's CFX @ 820/950 Geil Evo one @2005Mhz

    1920 by 1200 DX10 everything maxed avg 67 fps

    View attachment 3284

    In game is a different story, averages approx 100fps

    I could run it for you at 4.8Ghz, but Crysis is so GPU dependant that it wouldn't really make much difference, a couple of fps maybe.
    Crysis still crushes 4 GPU's lol
     
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    I have seen in this thread that Crysis is a beast when it comes to demands on the GPU. While that may be true, I have read from the beginning that it is much more demanding in the CPu unlike most 3d games. And that is one of the primary reason it is hard to get high FPS.

    You will get much more of an increase in FPS by increases in the CPU than the GPU.
     

  11. gerardfraser

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    This is true.CPU needs to be about 6ghz LOL.

    You should take a look at the post above yours that I posted.You can see there something happening .
     
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    Interesting, the more AA you used the framerates climbed higher.

    I've got a 5870 here, I might have a play later and see what results I get:)
     
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    There is more than one way to increase the CPU other than oc'ing to 6mhz (LOL). You could increase by upgrading to a more powerful CPU.

    The fact of the matter is that Crysis is more dependent on the CPU than most all other 3d games. That is why upgrading the GPU doesn't give you the kind of FPS
    increases you might expect. And why it gives the impression it is a GPU beast.
     
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    just thought i would post my results with two 4870's running on a pcie 16x/4x 2.0 lane.

    Veryhigh DX10 1680x1050 no AA

    39,26 avg fps

    [​IMG]

    @ gerardfraser

    nice results! you got an indeed strange combination of gpu's
     
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    Nice result Nevers and cool wallpaper on that desktop of urs if i might add :p
     

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    Dude I have one of the fastest CPU's you can get.
     
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    And that is the reason you are getting 67 FPS. That 67 fps is excellent in Crysis and hard to beat because you have a top notch cpu and gpu. I still maintain it's the cpu that's giving you the greatest increase.
     
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  18. gerardfraser

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    Sorry OP not trying to steal your thread.DX 9 can produce better FPS at same settings.Its just that DX10 does it a little different and has better lighting.I prefer to run DX10,but if ya run dx9 most people can not tell the difference other then improved FPS.


    No I hear ya,but its also the worst part when playing Crysis with multigpu setup.
    Thats why I said 6GHZ would help more.

    EDIT:post with some interesting benches

    Its Crysis although the ATI setups are faster with Crossfire then SLI(From my testing)
    there is a huge bottleneck at any resolution.Be it CPU and PCI express 2.0 @16x

    Whats kinda messed up with my test that at 1280x720 the trifire 5970+5850 is equal to a single 5850.


    Heres a test I did awhile ago with ATI 5970+5850 TRIFIRE. 1920x1080 VS 1280x720.

    Crysis compared 1080 vs 720 1080 is a little faster.
    [​IMG]

    Link to full size Crysis 1080vs720
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    So I ran the 5850 at same settings and a single card does not seems to have the same bottleneck with CPU and PCI express 2.0 @16x
    [​IMG]
     
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  19. gerardfraser

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    Added an interesting bench,at least I thought it was.Also a warhead bench,which does not have the same problems really.

    Heres a Warhead bench where the Games scales alittle better with 5970+5850
    [​IMG]
     
  20. WhiteLightning

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    gerardfraser, do your cards make allot of noise due to heat when you play this game ?
    8xaa must be stunning!
     

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