Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Apr 27, 2018.
Guys its @jura11 he probably tried ten of them until he found a best clocker.
Yes, i have all the dlc's - got them as a part of the croft edition. The additional challenge tombs are very entertaining
I know what is CPU bottleneck, have experienced this with E5-2683v3 few months back,I have experienced this issue only in this game or this level, no other issues in this game
I done few tests like with my 5960X and 8700k or 9900K and 7960XE as well, I experienced same with all these CPUs, although I tested this game with 64GB DDR4 2133MHz
I finished the game while back and if I would replay the game again, not sure
Hope this helps
Been lucky with my 5960X, my first 5960X died on me or rather IMC failed(wouldn't recognise all RAM or rather one side would show up in BIOS etc), Intel under RMA replaced and running this CPU since
When I got it, I could run 4.5GHz at 1.22-1.24v, 4.6GHz at 1.25v and 4.7GHz at 1.28v, I run for while at 4.5GHz then 4.6GHz and 4.7GHz and no issues
Temperatures are quite good, with 4.7GHz temperatures are under load in mid 70's on PKG in rendering or OCCT 4.4.2 and Realbench stress test, only twice seen them in low 80's(81°C) on PKG that's during hot weather, tested this CPU like with my water loop and NH-D15 as well, with NH-D15 temperatures are higher on PKG by 3-5°C as max
With 4.6Ghz temperatures are under 70's usually in mid 60's
I don't think its golden sample or I won silicone lottery, owned 5930k which has run 4.8GHz at 1.26v without the issue and have been rock stable at such clocks
If I remember correctly my old 5960x needed for 4.3GHz 1.35v and 4.5Ghz I just couldn't achieve as it would need lots of volts, at the end I RMA because of failed IMC and at 4.3GHz temperatures have been too high, like under water or with NH-D15
Did you tried RMA CPU?
Now my 5960X needs 1.365v for 4.7GHz as I borrowed my CPU to friend and looks like he killed my CPU, previously I could run 4.7GHz at 1.28v,bit temperatures are still same, no difference in temperatures under load
Hope this helps
As I said above, this 5960X its RMA replacement from Intel as on my previous 5960x IMC failed
I have been lucky with this CPU, I don't think its golden sample or I won silicone lottery, its just good batch of
Hope this helps
ever since i got an i7 and a gtx 970, i ve never had much issues playing games, or especially hitting that 60 fps mark in most games, i see myself not mentioning anything about performance except a few games which were actually unoptimized, example: dishonored 2, wolfenstein 2,prey aswell, these were shite tbh...from a optimization point of view, and even in shadow of tomb raider i ve not had any issues with performance as game hits 60 fps for me easily on the 970
^ Wow so it's actually happening. I might get back to one of my Ubuntu installs just to see this running on Linux. Vulkan, let's go
Great game. Stunning visuals.
I absolutely have a bottle neck with my E5-1620-0 and RTX2070. 99% of that happens in towns where it just pegs the CPU to 100%.
I have scaling enabled in the NCP, 1440p on a 4K monitor @60hz. RTX on medium. Enjoy it very much.
I need to play this, got it as a gift a long time ago.
So it seems my game has been upgraded to the definitive edition, which is nice. however that means there is a 28gb patch. like wtf ?
What average FPS with RT at Ultra are you getting in SOTTR Path Home in 3440x1440 Ultrawide with RTX 2080Ti?
I have been in friend and we are checked his average FPS and he is getting 63-64FPS with some dips to 52 FPS