Street fighter V Benchmark

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by WhiteLightning, Mar 3, 2020.

  1. Undying

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    It's also faster than mine......

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    When i saw news about this benchmark first thought that came to my mind was "what year is it? how long ago was this game released?". I checked it on pcgaming wiki and turns out this is 4 years old game. Why do they even bother to release a benchmark 4 years after game release? Doesn't make any sense.

    4k:
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    2k unlocked:

    Also for some reason afterburner's osd doesn't work for me in this benchmark.
     
  6. Fierce Guppy

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    Average 261.76FPS

    Hmmm... fascinating.... A Street Fighter: Champion Edition system capability test masquerading as a "benchmark" program featuring inbuilt FPS caps by default. Whatever will they think of next?
     
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    CPU is actually underclocked to 3.7 ghz(normally 3.9ghz boost), as I butchered it when I tried to delid and relid. I changed the pics to jpg, or they were 6MB and 3MB+ [​IMG]FFS couldn't get it to just show the images, have to click to get past the protection. [​IMG]

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  9. spectatorx

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    This benchmark is dumb, despite unlocking framerate as described in opening post fps is still tied to refreshrate of display. When i have 75Hz set i'm getting 75 fps, when i have set 60Hz set i'm getting just 60fps in both resolutions: 2560x1440 and 1920x1080.

    I disabled vsync and unlocked framerate in both engine.ini and usersettings.ini, also created dedicated profile for that benchmark in radeon settings where i disabled vsync, freesync and anything what could possibly skew framerate in this benchmark.

    I even went that far to go into monitor's osd and there disable freesync, still fps is tied to refreshrate.

    Anyone has any more ideas on unlocking fps?

    Now i tried one more thing: created a custom shortcut and added parameters to that shortcut, still the same result: fps is tied to refreshrate.
     
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    I wrote in an earlier post:
    Okay, to turn Vsync off with my Rx5700 I had to add this further line to engine.ini:
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    Picture quality, custom?
     
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    Hello everyone,

    My config is a Ryzen 3800X with a Corsair H105 AIO (thus 3900-4500 speeds)
    And a Vega 64 LC @ 1722-1153 (3DMark FireStrike Ultra stress test stable)

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    And here at the native resolution of my screen, WqHD :
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  16. Arctucas

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    What's wrong? :)

    can you test @ 1080p?
     
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  19. Arctucas

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    Not much of a benchmark, IMO.

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  20. -Tj-

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    Yeah benchmark kinda sux.. :D


    Nice, was looking at 2080. Is that super or normal version?
     

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