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14 hours ago, Nuzzi said:

FPS: 70-120(G-sync on) After v12 it dips to 3-20 sometimes (anoyingly)

MB: MSI x470 Gaming Pro

CPU: r2700x - 4-4.35ghz Watercooled max 60 celcius

GPU: 1080tioc max 70 celcius

RAM: 16GB-3466mhz... Game crash if i go higher than 3200mhz (only game i have to lower hz)

RES: 3440x1440 120hz G-Sync

Settings: epic (small maps supersamp 1.5x and FOV 108)

Fully load texture: ON

I’m still getting about 100 FPS 

 

i7 6700k @ 4.3 

1080 

32 GB ram @ 3200 MHz 

 

1440p in tournaments settings 

 

everything off with shadows on medium view distance on high 

 

Lower your setting a lot 

you don’t need super sampling 

 

 

 

 

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On 03/04/2018 at 8:03 PM, Sheeson said:

FPS: 27
CPU: FX-6300
GPU: GTX 1060 3GB
RAM: 8GB RipJaws 2 x 4GB DDR3
Res: 1920x1080
Settings: Epic (or low, doesn't change anything)

Please improve the performance on AMD processors. :D

That CPU is soooooooo old and soooooo bad and no one would ever buy a 3 GB 1060! You need to upgrade everything!!! A console is more powerful than your potato 

On 08/06/2018 at 6:41 PM, CoyoteJohn said:

FPS: 30ish on average

GPU: GTX 1080 8GB

CPU: AMD FX-8320

RAM: 16GB

 

Game runs horrendously in MP. At least once per match I get a 10-20 second lag spike.

Yeah yet again the AMD!!! It’s really only for checking emails not for gaming 

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50 to 110 FPS at multiplayer depending the map with:

 

SQD v12.2 

CPU: i5-4690K

MOBO: Heck I don't remember had about five letters and number mixed together

GPU: MSI/NVidia GTX1060 3GB OC

RAM: 16GB

Kingston: SSD (some basic model which was cheap at time )

Display 32" WQHD

 

 

Edited by WARti0k0ne -BG-

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50-90

 

SQD v12.2

CPU: Xeon E3-1230 V2 3.3ghz x 8 core

RAM: 8gb DDR3

GPU: GTX1080 4gb RAM

 

Tournament settings 1080p. I suspect that I'm CPU bottlenecked.

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On 23/12/2018 at 1:37 PM, ZXD_Lee said:

That CPU is soooooooo old and soooooo bad and no one would ever buy a 3 GB 1060! You need to upgrade everything!!! A console is more powerful than your potato 

Yeah yet again the AMD!!! It’s really only for checking emails not for gaming 

What about GTX 1050 4GB , i7 8750H (2.2GHz to 4.1 GHz), 16GB RAM? What fps on what settings?

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2 hours ago, BjarneP said:

What about GTX 1050 4GB , i7 8750H (2.2GHz to 4.1 GHz), 16GB RAM? What fps on what settings?

not too sure, but it would be low setting 

 

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9 hours ago, ZXD_Lee said:

not too sure, but it would be low setting 

 

And GPU Asus RX 570 GDDR5 4GB  CPU i5-4590 3.3GHz ?

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On 11/25/2018 at 1:52 PM, Erdogan GoatDictator said:

1920x1080 24 inches is perfect for games and work..

that depends on your eyesight, and in my case age....................I play 1440p and 1.5 resolution scaling and it's sweet, a huge upgrade (for me) from 1080p.

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On 25/11/2018 at 1:52 PM, Erdogan GoatDictator said:
How can players play without AA and without super-sampling.
That is a hazy bunch.
I have a gtx 970 and a 6600K.
Everything is at its highest with TXAA and at least 1.25 super-sampling.
You need that at least for a nice experience.

Strange that there are many with much better computers, this can not run.
Probably they made the mistake of having a too high resolution screen, which is totally unnecessary.

1920x1080 24 inches is perfect for games and work..
vsync on
60fps
6600K 4600mhz
RAM 16GB
GTX 970 1500MHZ
 
Do not buy AMD, junk!
 
 
 
 

1440p is the new 1080p and 24 inch is tiny unless you’re still in 2010? 

On 08/01/2019 at 11:28 AM, BjarneP said:

And GPU Asus RX 570 GDDR5 4GB  CPU i5-4590 3.3GHz ?

Yeah that would would pretty good, would try to aim more for a GTX 1070 not the RX 570 

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FPS: 50 - 80 (min-max)
CPU: I5-467OK @ 4.2GHZ
GPU: ASUS ROG Strix OC RX 570 4GB @  stock
RAM: 16GB
RES: 1920x1080
Settings: Epic*

*I had it almost fully on Epic, but I had to turn down the antialiasing as it seems with AMD (not sure it happens on Nvidia?) my shadows pop around on anything higher than TAA. It has been like that since my R9 280 days. The performance was fine though so it can handle it, just became a headache to look at. The downside of course is visuals and the real blurriness of TAA. I also turned off optional stuff for extra performance, such as effects to medium rather than max and turned off motion blur (it makes me sick) and distance shadows). Fully Load Textures is off, because it kills performance. Even lowest super sampling drops about 20 fps, so that's off too.

A screenshot for a quick look.

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FPS:  min: 23
          max: 65

CPU:  i7-4700mq @ 3.4GHz

GPU:  GTX 770m

RAM: 16GB @ 1600MHz

Res: 1920x1080p

Settings: Medium / Effects High + T-FXAA no super sampling

                 Distance Shadows + Ambient Occlusion off

 

Edited by Ophent

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Getting a solid 10 - 20fps increase since v13. More importantly not seeing massive FPS drops when looking towards battle.

 

Average: 60 - 90fps

 

CPU: i7-8700

GPU: GTX1060-6GB

RAM: 16GB

RES: 1080

HDD: SSD HDD

 

Everything to epic

Shadows low

1.25 ss

 

 

 

 

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Ryzen 5 2600

16 gb ddr4 3000 (@2933)

MSI GTX 1050 Ti GT OC

 

1080p @ low

 

min. 65

max. 110

avg. 70-90

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