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Old 03-23-2007, 11:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cebit 2007 Editorial

"Jens was able to show some DX10 content, one demo based on the DX10 version of the Unreal 3 engine, really cool. But very impressive was a playable level of Crysis. Yes, it's downright gorgeous. I must say that a GeForce 8800 GTX 768 MB was able to push barely acceptable framerates at 1920x1200, and no AA was enabled!"

Caution: This is algebra.

2.30 million pixels w/ GTX = 40 FPS ("barely acceptable")

1.31 million pixels w/ GTX = (2.30 / 1.31) (50) = 70 FPS (1280x1024)

1.31 million pixels w/ GTS = (2/3 GTX) (70) = 47 FPS (1280x1024)

This should clear up a few things, however, they did not reveal a specific number of fps, so I chose a modest 40 fps. ( assuming 60 would mean the GTS would push 70 at 12x10 res! so I'd rather be realistic...)
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very interesting, this means that i really will have to upgrade to a DX10 card this summer
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Awsome, wonder what fps with AA maxed out. And what fps with sli 8800gtx's
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Also have to note that they've barely started obtimizing it so when it releases, it will perform better.
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That probably is with everything on high. Going by what he's saying I would still say a single overclocked 8800GTX could play Crysis with everything on high in 1600x1200 and get 50+ FPS. Which is perfectly acceptable.
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Absolutely.... I have a 1600x1200 crt but its totally overkill i think. 12x10 is perfectly fine, and since the GTS is 2/3 of a GTX, it would run 12x10 at 50fps, hopefully.
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Yea sounds right. The good thing with CRT's are you can go out of the native resolution and still look good.
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Old 03-23-2007, 11:02 PM   #8 (permalink)
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You guys have to realize 40 fps isnt that good, but a constant 70 would be accpetable, but for smooth gameplay around 150 would be smooth, but i dont know if i would settle for something as low as 40, jus my opinion
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we're not saying 40 wer're saying 50+ while is acceptable.

You do realize that There is hardly any difference from around 70 to 150. When it gets high enough it doesnt matter.

I play all my games at a constant 76 FPS (have no idea why it stays there) but 76 is incredibly smooth for me. I've played oblivion at around 50 and it was fine.
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Hmmm well i play fear combat alot and its a very intense fast paced game and if it ever drops below 150 i find it hard to concentrate when the fram rate stutters, i guess its a constant frame rate rather than the actual frame rate that matters
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