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Final Fantasy XV benchmark

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by -Tj-, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. ProfessorMikeH

    ProfessorMikeH New Member

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    Athlonite, I sent you a pm with performance enhancing tips so you can get a better score. ;) Check it.
     
  2. tensai28

    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    Decided to try 1080p.
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    and here's my 4k from before
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    No HDR
     
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  3. Stormyandcold

    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    I get 6609 @high, i7 6700k 4.6Ghz, MSI GTX1070 Gaming X with the MSI original OC bios, 32GB 3200mhz ram, Samsung Evo SSD.

    Things like this makes me feel like we're a decade or more away from what I'd like games to look like. I will be an old man by then lol.

    FF15 looks nice for a FF game, though. I do hope FF7 Remake looks even better than this.
     
  4. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Here some Default + OC at 1440p Tess ON, Normal Settings

    1050/550 1.185v +12% POW FPS CAP 70
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    1120/550 1.218v +12% POW Tess ON ,Normal & No CAP in ReliVe
    Only 300pts with Hefty 1120? Rather low gain here.
    In BF1 or SWBF2 or 3Dmark the Gain is significant (it should get easily 7K + in FF7 )

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  5. TWK_OCZ

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    Standart Test - 1920 x 1080

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    High Test - 1920 x 1080


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  6. sunnyp_343

    sunnyp_343 Master Guru

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    4K 3840x2160
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  7. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    jeeeeeeeeeeeeez, scrolling trough those benches, i realize that i have to upgrade :)
    On a second note, doesnt anyone have older hardware, its quite booring to be honest seeing only 1080´s, 1080ti´s, 1070 and a hand full of AMD vegas theres not much really....Id wish there would be more diversity...

    anyway, going to bench also when im finished downloading, you all better get prepared to get beaten by an (in today standarts) antique PC.
    (just kidding :)
     
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  8. Mars73

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    Nice. Wanted to try it at 3440x1440 but it's got only 3 resolutions. Though I've seen posts about editing the shortcut, would love to do the bench in my native res.
    8700K show @3.7Ghz but it's running @4.8Ghz. The 1080Ti is overclock a little (30/300).
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  9. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    My OC attempt, I tried 1470MHz - max, a couple of times but I got some strange 1ms occasional blackout screens, like when it switches to different scene.

    So I had to settle at 1452MHz, I saw 2-3x blackouts here too, but I wanted to see end result :D

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    Factory OC boost 1418mhz got ~6900.
     
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  10. Cyber Akuma

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    Same here..... except that I can't due to cards still being mad-expensive due to the whole bitcoin thing >.<

    Also dosen't help that I have a SLI setup but this demo dosen't support SLI, and I failed in my attempts to enable it. Dunno if anyone else managed to be successful.
     

  11. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    New 390.77 driver was a bit stabler and already has FFXV profile. I let it run at 1470MHz (3-4 black flashes), although its only a couple points more compared to 1450MHz,..

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    And Im not sure 100%, but 388.84 had missing rain by that lake scene with the fish. Now I saw raindrops in water..


    Also 388.84 had 6103MB, this now 6097MB again. voodoo magicx :D
     
  12. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    -> https://github.com/drdaxxy/ffxvBenchCustom/releases

    You'll gonna Love this tool ;)


    Ed.
    TBF game looks like Game from 2012 at best.... But it is playable that's in Plus
    Already deleted..
    DeusEx MkD is better Hardcore benchmark IMO (it's more like Crysis 1 back in the days)
     
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  13. MrBonk

    MrBonk Ancient Guru

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    The final game isn't going to force you to use them. They are made for quality, not performance. And they don't run super fast even on Nvidia cards. This stuff is made with the future in mind so cards in teh future can take advantage of it and get better quality for certain aspects. It's a silly thing to complain about when it's more than likely entirely optional and doesn't affect anything unless it's on.

    Another dumb thing to complain about is the performance, the game is an unoptimized mess on consoles. Would you really expect better from the PC version? Especially from Square Enix and their Japanese games, they generally dont' give a crap about the quality of their Japanese PC releases with a few exceptions. Or are just incredibly inconsistent. Compare the recent Star Ocean 4, World of Final Fantasy and FFXII releases. They are horribly inconsistent in porting choices and presentation.
     
  14. Cyber Akuma

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    Interesting, according to the main page, there are some Nvidia Gameworks settings that are not even defined in the game's settings. The full list is.

    [NVIDIAGameWorksSettings]

    NvidiaHairWorks
    NvidiaVXAO
    NvidiaHBAO
    NvidiaTurf
    NvidiaShadowLibs
    NvidiaFlow
    NvidiaTerrainTesselation
    NvidiaAnsel
    NvidiaHighlights
    NvidiaSLI

    Considering that the latest driver contained a SLI profile for the full version, any idea if SLI can somehow be enabled for the benchmark? I wasn't able to find any information on what variables this parameter takes for ANY game.
     
  15. Picolete

    Picolete Master Guru

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    So, from what i read(GN) the benchmark it's badly done
     

  16. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    Titan V:)
    8700k@5600 4000cl15 1T
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  17. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    ^^ lol 5.6Ghz + 4GHz RAM :D
    But can this hold up 6h in BF1? (without throttling) :p
     
  18. moaka

    moaka Master Guru

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  19. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    What you mean it's 24/7 OC chilled water 30* loaded temp max
    Here's OC'ed 5.8 HT/off and some additional 50Mhz for the 1080Ti
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  20. Odarnok

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    Well, this is my old good pc, 2*980ti and 3930k

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