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Just wondering if the game / backer beta actually makes use of multiple GPU setups. I'm aware that the game isn't fully optimized yet, but I'm getting 90 FPS in the Dracogen Inn with dips to 45 FPS during fights. Given I have an i7-4790K with 2 overclocked AMD R9 290 for setup, and these numbers compare with what I get in Crysis 3 on max settings...

 

Because if I'm getting those numbers with this setup, I can't imagine the performance on the recommended spec (i5-2400, HD7700  / GTX 570).

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Just wondering if the game / backer beta actually makes use of multiple GPU setups. I'm aware that the game isn't fully optimized yet, but I'm getting 90 FPS in the Dracogen Inn with dips to 45 FPS during fights. Given I have an i7-4790K with 2 overclocked AMD R9 290 for setup, and these numbers compare with what I get in Crysis 3 on max settings...

 

Because if I'm getting those numbers with this setup, I can't imagine the performance on the recommended spec (i5-2400, HD7700  / GTX 570).

 

I've tried on a couple of different systems (both fairly high end) and the game seems CPU-bound. I'm not sure GPU matters much above a certain threshold.

 

Right now, I'm sitting at an i7-4790K / GTX 770 running at 1920x1200. Running around town I rarely drop below 100FPS. In big fights with lots of enemies and spell effects, I've seen it get into the high 50s. Never as low as 45.

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45 FPS was, I believe, after/during the inn massacre, with a bunch of glowing lootcorpses on the ground and spell effects going on. Just walking around town I get from 120 to 80 FPS.

 

The game being CPU bound would make a lot of sense, although 90 FPS average seems low-ish for this processor. But then again, optimization probably isn't complete.

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Whoa, down to 45 fps on a 4790K?
 

Thank God I didn't keep my i5 4430...!

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ANYWAYS i HAVE A gtx 980m 8GB installed, doesn;t show it for some reason. Anyways, I too get poor performance, considering what I get in any other game.

450 fps max options in skyrim... 90fps in PoE... heck I get 50-70fps at 2560x1600 in skyrim, but in PoE, at that res I get 40-50 FPS . 

At 4k, I imagine it being much much worse... though I can effectively play skyrim with decent |High settings at 4K.. but less then 15fps when i tried once and crashed, with PoE

Obsidian wrote:
 

​"those scummy backers, we're going to screw them over by giving them their game on the release date. That'll show those bastards!" 

 

 

 Now we know what's going on...

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Honestly, on a rig like that I would expect 100+ fps all the time from a game with 2D backgrounds.

 

EDIT: This was meant in response to Amarantha.

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— Fall-From-Grace, Planescape: Torment

"It's the questions we can't answer that teach us the most. They teach us how to think. If you give a man an answer, all he gains is a little fact. But give him a question, and he'll look for his own answers."

— Kvothe, The Wise Man's Fears

My Deadfire mods: Brilliant Mod | Faster Deadfire | Deadfire Unnerfed | Helwalker Rekke | Permanent Per-Rest Bonuses | PoE Items for Deadfire | No Recyled Icons | Soul Charged Nautilus

 

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