Tomb Raider: Lara Croft Reborn

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    even last year's models might struggle with tressfx? was it designed for titan?
     
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    because your numbnuts :p
     
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    Top end = dual 7970, dual 680, 690, 7990, + Titan.

    Couldn't resist could ya?
     

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    Optimising TressFX isn't nerfing it, its broken and looks awful right now.

    I'm not one for disabling features as i hardly ever do it, but this was the first time in years i've turned a setting off.
     
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    İs the game run on pc wİthout İssues İf you decİde to turn off some specİal effects?
     
  7. Darren Hodgson

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    Turning off tessellation is essential if you're using the v314.xx drivers and TressFX causes a huge performance hit on single NVIDIA GPUs and is glitchy to boot with SLI so there's no point using that either until it is fixed (unless you enjoy bizarre hair physics and god-awful hair shadows?). That seems to make the game much more stable for most people; it just seems to be me that is having a far worse experience than everyone else as far as stability is concerned!

    If you don't have the game already then it might be best to wait until new drivers are out and the game has been patched before buying it... unless you don't mind missing out on exclusive PC enhancements. Also, the game is missing various effects for everyone, including AMD card owners, unless you run the game in windowed mode (how they missed that one is anyone's guess!).
     
  8. Mr.Bigtime

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    i cant find the game as ps3 version on local stores. and online shopping is MEH to me. wait for order for days.

    i wanted STEAM but it looks like waiting may be virtue. or a PSN edition. thanx for reply.
     
  9. Darren Hodgson

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    @ Mr.Bigtime - The PS3 version is impressive but the framerate is not and can get a bit annoying, especially during some of the more packed combat sequences. It feels like it running at under 20 fps at times. The game is clearly a bit too ambitious for the seven year old console hardware but it is fun and mostly playable. You have a decent PC though that can run the game at 60 fps on Ultra 1920x1080 (without TressFX) so I would personally buy it for that (once the issues are fixed) rather than the PS3 but that's up to you.
     
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    In my experience i didn't have problems with the game after ~4 hours of playing ,only the occasional slowdowns when i used TerssFX.Most problems come from users with the Kepler architecture especially with the tesselation.I run the game fullscreen and i checked for missing effects by runing in window but there weren't any.The game needs a patch for sure and an updated driver from Nvidia.The other thing i noticed is that when i run a high resolution (1440p , 1800p) when the ingame hud appears (ammo, supplies,etc) there is a massive slowdown .

    ps. i am using nvidia 314.07
     
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  11. Mr.Bigtime

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    i want my wife next to me and she refuses to sit next to me on chair infront of PC. i set my CONSOLEs to living room as i sold my hobby room LED TV to buy new phone lol.

    so i want console versions to play at living room next to wife lol :D


    but well, maybe xbox360 version is better? i watched comparison video and comments are xbox360 is better. so maybe go for xbox360 version.
     
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    just finished the game. never bored one second!
     
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    Excellent, i'm holding off on TR for now until i get by that last damn Crysis 3 boss. (and probably until my additional card arrives).
    I agree though, i just love this game.
     
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    arrived home and checked psn store..lara is there ! bought and downloading :)
     
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    Haha, yeah I meant DOF.

    Turn it off people. It looks terrible. For example, run that benchmark with DOF on and off. Watch the distance get sharp and colorful when the overdone effect is turned off. CD is one of those developers who don't know the meaning of "subtlety" when it comes to using such effects.


    Basically..

    DOF = OFF (ugly, blurry, overdone, 10 FPS gain on OFF)
    Level of Detail (aka, draw distance) = High or Normal (trust me, with overdone weather flashes every 2 second, you will hardly notice low draw distance, also, it kills all lag in "larger areas").
    Vsync = Off (set to Adaptive in CP)


    All this until they patch and new driver comes out which will PROBABLY fix the performance issues on nVidia cards. To be honest, there is no replay value, and I am pretty sure I will end up finishing game before any update comes out. Doubt it I will replay this anyway. This trigger-fest is good for one run only.
     
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    No for your gpu, i mean 7900 series. They have enough tflops, Titan has around the same as 7970.
     
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    It's just weirdly worded, saying that last years gpus are not enough. Meh, I know what they mean, but it's badly worded. Off to play for an hour now, to finish it off :) the final boss is a qte fest, right?
     
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    Could somebody help me? I cant even to get to the config menu, it just crash after i double click on the icon.
     
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    So in other games its fine to use fullscreen in game with out messing anything right ?

    And the extra effects thing is a bug in this Tomb Raider right ? So other games do not have these issue ?
     
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    The puzzles....were....amazing...!!!!!!
     

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