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Shagroth
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« on: January 28, 2018, 11:41:26 am »

What is your top FPS using the benchmarker in savage?

Vsync - off
Here is mine+ my settings in savage, maybe it will be of help to some  Afro


Resolution


Crosshair


Graphics - basically just turn everything off. You don't need to see pretty enemies, you need to shoot their head off.


GUI


Sensitivity - this is with 3600 DPI with a Razer Deathadder.



Custom.cfg goodies

Removes those shitty butterflies.
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cl_butterflymodel1 0
cl_butterflymodel2 0
cl_butterflymodel3 0
cl_butterflymodel4 0
cl_butterflymodel5 0
cl_butterflymodel6 0
cl_butterflyskin1 0
cl_butterflyskin2 0
cl_butterflyskin3 0
cl_butterflyskin4 0
cl_butterflyskin5 0
cl_butterflyskin6 0
cl_bfsubTypes 0
cl_dragonflysupported 0
cl_dragonflymodel1 0
cl_dragonflymodel2 0
cl_dragonflymodel3 0
cl_dragonflyskin1 0
cl_dragonflyskin2 0
cl_dragonflyskin3 0
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cl_playerdamageOverlay 0 // Takes away the red flashes when hit, use at your own risk. I can't play with it on cause the light is too intense and gives me a headache.

cl_camerajitterforce 0 // Takes away screenshaking - Useful when meleeing and shooting, dangerous when sneaky behes are around.


Comp specs:

i7-6700k @ 4.7 ghz
32gb ram @ 2.1hz
Titan Maxwell 12gb
Corsair rapidfire
Razer Deathadder
Monitor: PG278Q @ 144hz

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Shagroth
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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2018, 03:51:56 pm »

Hey! Could you please do one more run for me? Thanks.

1. Enable Model Blending.
2. Run the benchmark again.
3. Ignore the results, leave it on.

Thanks!
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« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2018, 07:37:36 pm »

100 less FPS with model blending on  Human Bow
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« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2018, 08:29:37 pm »

Good thing you have 350 then; 100 less make no difference. Just Mining Da Stone
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« Reply #4 on: March 06, 2018, 05:44:00 pm »

What is your top FPS using the benchmarker in savage?
3.24 sec.
517 frames
160 avg.
due to this test
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« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2018, 11:23:49 am »

Hey,

You are not looking for the good things here. Your computer isn't the limiter.

Are you using HDMI or Displayport? HDMI can't or will struggle with 144Hz, you need to use dual DVI(too old) or Displayport.
So you may actually get 400FPS with a 60Hz blocked screen with HDMI. That will show you... 60FPS, not more.
The screen will tell you how much FPS you will see, if it is a 144Hz, the max FPS you'll see is around 144 (a frame isn't always a complete image). So it is quite useless to get more FPS from your GPU. This is normaly regulated by V-sync.

With my "n3450 apollo lake HD500 intel graphics", i am running at 75FPS stable on a 75Hz monitor, but almost all effects are off.

And can anyone tell me about savage and V-sync, is there a parameter for it?
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« Reply #6 on: April 06, 2018, 11:44:30 am »

And can anyone tell me about savage and V-sync, is there a parameter for it?

It's dependent on video driver setting for it (waiting for v-sync or not).
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