Resident Evil 5 PC Benchmark results

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Gameslove, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. F1refly

    F1refly Ancient Guru

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    i remember watching my friend play it for hours and it scared me just watching it. lol
    i hated the controls and is why i never wanted to play it myself, but i enjoyed watching someone else play.
    i did play RE2 a bit and the Dreamcast version which was pretty darn good.
     
  2. TheSarge

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    How are you guys taking these screen shots?
     
  3. F1refly

    F1refly Ancient Guru

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    i use Fraps

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  4. blinx

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    This game takes a huge hit in performance with in game anti aliasing I would recommend using forced anti aliasing an anistrophic it runs way smoother without taking a hit in performance.:vader:
     

  5. Stormyandcold

    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    Works fine now and got 3 fps more, now 47fps in dx10.
     
  6. ViperXtreme

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    runs at ~40-45FPS at max in my ol PC (1280x1024, 2X AA) very playable, since the original game is made to run in 30FPS in consoles anyway...
     
  7. fiika

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    With Q9400@3.2
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    CP - High Quality

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    With C16XQ

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  8. g60force

    g60force Master Guru

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    here's my Desktop 8800GT.. mobile 9600GT will follow

    first of all a was at home for the first time since 10weeks after major surgery
    so I found time to quick download the demo... @ 1,5mb/s instead of 150kb max at my parents home :nerd:

    I was shocked how awesome this game looks and runs on my 8800GT

    a single G92 serie Air+OC 720/1800/925

    1920x1200@ 4AA 16AF maxed 57AVG

    So tommorow i'll post test results of my 18.4" 1920x1080 9600M GT laptop

    (btw I run the new 190.38 .... bloody helll great drivers :banana:)
     
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    All I did was hit printscreen key when benchie finishes > alt/tab/delete to desktop > open MS Paint and paste and save as.
     
  10. tyxeros

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    On my systems at 1920x1200 everything Maxed at DX10 i get on variable Benchmark 81.9 FPS
     

  11. Leon.S.K

    Leon.S.K Master Guru

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    WOW :banana: that's a rocking results !!!!!!
     
  12. djmaya

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    Windows 64 bit RC
    190.38 nvidia driver
    Maximum highest ingame settings color 64 bit
    4 cpu aktivate in config ini!!!!!!!!!!!![CPU]
    JobThread=4

    HDR=HIGH
     
  13. bokeh

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    i notice that i lose 7fps when tv is also enabled from control panel (dualview), tv on avg. 48.x fps, tv off avg. 55.x fps
     
  14. Black_ice_Spain

    Black_ice_Spain Ancient Guru

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    thanks!, even for dualcore, its defaulted at 1..., my non-variable benchmark went from 21fps to 25fps

    oh and 32 to 64bits affects a lot of performance :p, altho my cpu bottlenecks helps to dont notice it :wanker:
     
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  15. _NeO_

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    Here is my result runing on Win7 x64 7600build 190.38 beta driver. CPU runs at stock clock, vga is factory oc.

    All maxed DX9 4x:
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    All maxed DX10 C16XQ
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    All maxed DX10 4x HDR:HIGH
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    And here is diferance i found betwen low and high HDR
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  16. CustardMarv

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    1. Windows XP PRO (SP3)
    2. ATI 9.6
    3. Directx 9.0c
    4. 1920X1200 32bit HDR / No vsync / AA X8 AF X16
    5. Average result = 70.7 FPS

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  17. SSChevy2001

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    Thanks.

    Here's 2 more results with HDR on High, which seems to take a nice 19% hit in performance.

    Windows 7 64bit
    4870 1GB - 810/975Mhz - Catalyst 9.7
    1920x1080 - DX9 - 64bit - max settings ( no motion blur )

    4xAA / 8xAA
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  18. Wanny

    Wanny Guest

    True. 32 HDR gave me 112 avg FPS and 64 HDR gave me 102 avg FPS.
     
  19. TheSarge

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    Benches as follows:

    First off, a ridiculously low setting. All settings to default, DX9.
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    For the next three, I used the following settings in the config.ini, except the first one uses 64-bit color and the next two use 32-bit, with the third rendered in DX10 and the first two in DX9.

    [JOYPAD]
    ProductName=Logitech WingMan Extreme Digital 3D (USB)
    A=2
    B=1
    X=3
    Y=0
    LEFT=15
    RIGHT=13
    UP=12
    DOWN=14
    START=9
    BACK=8
    LT=4
    LB=6
    RT=5
    RB=7
    LSTICK_PUSH=10
    LSTICK_VERT=Y
    LSTICK_HORZ=X
    RSTICK_PUSH=11
    RSTICK_VERT=Z
    RSTICK_HORZ=RZ
    [GAME]
    MouseBaseSpeed=2.000000
    [GRAPHICS]
    SLI=ON
    Stereo=OFF
    HDR=LOW
    MSAA=C16XQ
    TextureFilter=ANISOTROPIC16X
    TextureDetail=HIGH
    MotionBlur=ON
    NormalMapping=ON
    NormalUpdate=ON
    Specular=ON
    Lighting=HIGH
    FilterQuality=HIGH
    WaterQuality=HIGH
    EffectQuality=HIGH
    EffectVolume=HIGH
    ShadowQuality=HIGH
    LOD=HIGH
    Joint=HIGH
    Adhesion=HIGH
    [DISPLAY]
    Resolution=1920x1200
    RefreshRate=60Hz
    FullScreen=ON
    VSYNC=OFF
    AdjustAspect=ON
    FrameRate=VARIABLE
    [SOUNDS]
    SeVoiceNum=128
    ReverbQuality=HIGH
    CategoryEQ=ON
    [CPU]
    JobThread=8
    RenderingThread=ON

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    As you can see, the game runs smoothly all around.
     
  20. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    I'm presuming that getting just over 60 fps is only rated as an A instead of the expected S because it's halving that framerate to take in account people using the 3D stereoscopic glasses which have to render two frames, one for each eye? In other words if you're not using them then the game is actually running optimally if you're exceeding 60 fps on average?

    I got my new 24" 1920x1200 HP LP2475w monitor on Friday which is higher resolution than my previous 22" Dell E228WFP but if I drop the AA to 8X and keep the same High settings with motion blur on, I can achieve just over 60 fps and an S rating. If I disable AA and motion blur then I exceed 100 fps which gets me an S rating. To be honest even without AA the jaggies are not particularly noticeable but since I play with v-sync enabled there's no point in leaving AA off; might as well set it to 4X or 8X for the full game for the extra eye-candy.
     

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