Crysis + Warhead - Tweaking and Benchmark

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  1. smurfynet

    smurfynet New Member

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    Hi,

    after recently buying Crysis and Crysis Warhead on Steam i tried to optimize my Performence ingame.

    Problem was that the current Benchmark tools for Crysis and Warhead no longer work. (at least with the steam version).

    So i decided to write one of my own.

    For all who are intrested in tweaking and benchmarking Crysis:

    http://www.smurfy.de/files/crysis/crysisbench-1.0.zip

    - smurfy
     
  2. lmimmfn

    lmimmfn Ancient Guru

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    Warhead benchmark works fine with the Steam version of the game and i presume the one which comes with Crysis Steam version works also( havnt tried that but there is 0 reason it shouldnt )

    No offence but first post and a zip file?
     
  3. smurfynet

    smurfynet New Member

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    Hi,

    no offence taken.

    I think you refer to the offical benchmark_*.bat files, not the other gui benchmark tools.

    I refer to the existing "old" Benchmark tools for crysis and warhead.

    http://downloads.guru3d.com/Crysis-Benchmark-Tool-1.05-Final-download-1791.html

    http://downloads.guru3d.com/Crysis-WARHEAD-Benchmark-Tool-BETA-download-2072.html

    For me and friends these tools do not work anymore with the steam version of crysis.

    In the Crysis Benchmarktool the queue feature does not work anymore.
    And the Warhead Benchmark tool will crash after running the first queueitem.

    That was the reason to write my own Benchmark Tool Gui for Crysis and Crysis Warhead.

    I tried to give it the look and feel of the old gui's, but added some small suptile new features. (Like showing fps and runtime directly in the queue list after the run, insteat of a logfile output). Also support for crysis and crysis warhead. Another feature which is not in the old version is, that all settings are per queue item rather than having global settings aswell, which allows you to queue a dx9 run and a dx10 run and compare them afterwards.

    And because a screenshot tells more than 1000 words:

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    - smurfy
     

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