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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Forum » General Discussion » FFXIV: ARR Benchmark released.

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  mxish

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Joined: 4/03/09
Posts: 31

2/23/13 4:40:45 PM#41

  mxish

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Posts: 31

2/23/13 4:42:59 PM#42
Originally posted by Professor78
Originally posted by MindTrigger
Originally posted by HeroEvermore
Originally posted by RelGn

980x 4.2 gtx 580 sli 12 gigs ram 1900mhz

It is clear that the benchmark does not make good use of sli as the second card works at 30%-20%.

It says on the download page does not suport SLI or Xfire. NO multi gpu support for this test.

Ahh.. I posted in the other Benchmark thread that my second 670 wasn't even really being used.  Seems silly to release a benchmarking program, but not include multi-GPU.  Still I was hitting 8100 at 1080p with max settings using only one of my 670s.  I can't complain much.

Prove this please!, as a clocked 680 does not even get this.... And its nothing to do with CPU as its barely using 50% of my very old i7. 8k sounds about right for 2x 670s in my opinion....

i got just under 9300 with my gtx 680, proof in other thread, bottom of page 3.. his scores seem right for a single card

  Aedol

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Joined: 2/23/13
Posts: 1

2/23/13 5:18:54 PM#43

Overclocking has a significant impact on performance so that GTX670 can get that score without a problem. I'm glad my card got as nice a score as it did. I have my Sapphire HD 7950 overclocked to 1150 core/1575 memory and my i5 at 4.4. I wasn't even able to get more than a 7165 score on the old benchmark with the same system here.

Can't wait to play this game.

 

Score:8199

Average Framerate:68.603

Performance:Extremely High

 -Easily capable of running the game on the highest settings.

Screen Size: 1920x1080

Graphics Presets: Maximum

System:

Windows 8 Pro 64-bit (6.2, Build 9200) (9200.win8_gdr.130108-1504)

Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz

8141.609MB

AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series(VRAM 4095 MB) 8.17.0010.1191

  ThomasN7

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Posts: 6597

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2/23/13 8:40:58 PM#44
I scored an 8005 with everything maxed except grass depth. I5 750 quadcore 2.67ghz 16gigs ram GTX660Ti.
  Professor78

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Posts: 591

2/24/13 3:10:49 AM#45
Originally posted by mxish
Originally posted by Professor78
Originally posted by MindTrigger
Originally posted by HeroEvermore
Originally posted by RelGn

980x 4.2 gtx 580 sli 12 gigs ram 1900mhz

It is clear that the benchmark does not make good use of sli as the second card works at 30%-20%.

It says on the download page does not suport SLI or Xfire. NO multi gpu support for this test.

Ahh.. I posted in the other Benchmark thread that my second 670 wasn't even really being used.  Seems silly to release a benchmarking program, but not include multi-GPU.  Still I was hitting 8100 at 1080p with max settings using only one of my 670s.  I can't complain much.

Prove this please!, as a clocked 680 does not even get this.... And its nothing to do with CPU as its barely using 50% of my very old i7. 8k sounds about right for 2x 670s in my opinion....

i got just under 9300 with my gtx 680, proof in other thread, bottom of page 3.. his scores seem right for a single card

Thats why I wanted proof, alot of people want to fake results for some reason, and if my 680 is not on par with what it should be I want to know :)

Core i7(d0)on Foxconn Bloodrage, 6gb Tri DDR3,GTX 680, 120gb OCZ Vertex 2 SSD, 640gb Caviar Black, Windows 7, HAF 932 case, 24" Full HD Dell, Logitech G19, Rat 9, 50mb BB.

  sea.shell

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Joined: 1/22/13
Posts: 63

2/24/13 4:37:41 AM#46

FFXIV AAR isn't "currently" very graphics intensive, at least the (BETA) Benchmark.
Texture resolution and quality isn't great (but far from bad either).
Environment illumination does not seem to affect characters and world objects, though buildings will alter & cast shadows on characters and those on walls.


Ocing the GPU will net a lot of points, since the strengths of a high end Card will not be used.
Ocing my GTX680 by additional 140mhz Core over 132mhZ Core brought additional 70 points. [1228mhz boosted core speed]
Which resulted in 8500~ points


If you push higher around 1270mhz - 1300mhz you could even get over 9000 points. (Pun intended)
But what really important will be, it will look great and run smooth without any of this.

Playing: EVE Online
Wants to play: ArcheAge, Lineage Eternal: Twilight Resistance / Star Citizen / FFXIV AAR / Neverwinter

Used to play for 5+ years: Lineage 2, Lord of the Rings Online and Ragnarok Online

Utter disappointing MMO experience for 1 - 3 Months:
WAR / AoC / SWTOR / RIFT / AION / STO / TSW / GW2 / GW / Vanguard / Planetside2

  clamo

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Posts: 16

2/25/13 10:29:36 AM#47

just ran this and this is my results @ MAX settings.

 

FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn Official Benchmark (Exploration)
Tested on:2/25/2013 10:13:23 AM
Score:4296
Average Framerate:35.113
Performance:High
 -Easily capable of running the game. Should perform well, even at higher resolutions.

Screen Size: 1920x1080
Graphics Presets: Custom
General
-Improve overall graphic quality. : Enabled
-Disable rendering of objects when not visible. (Occlusion Culling) : Disabled
-Use low-detail models on distant objects to increase performance. (LOD) : Disabled
-Cache LOD data only when necessary. (LOD Streaming) : Disabled
-Smooth edges. (Anti-aliasing) : Enabled
-Increase transparent lighting quality. : Enabled
-Grass Quality : High
Shadows
-Use low-detail models on shadows to increase performance. (LOD) : Disabled
-Display : All
-Shadow Resolution : High: 2048 pixels
-Shadow Cascading : High
-Shadow Softening : High
Texture Detail
-Texture Filtering : High
-Anisotropic Filtering : High
Effects
-Naturally darken the edges of the screen. (Limb Darkening) : Enabled
-Blur the graphics around an object in motion. (Radial Blur) : Enabled
-Effects While in Motion : Display All
-Screen Space Ambient Occlusion : High
-Glare : Normal
Cinematic Cutscenes
-Enable depth of field. : Enabled

System:
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1 (7601.win7sp1_gdr.110622-1506)
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 930 @ 2.80GHz
6135.145MB
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470(VRAM 4045 MB) 9.18.0013.1407

only found one issue with graphics rendering, but other than that it looked good. and the game finaly looks like it should have been from the start. reminds me of 11, but I dought ill get to play it.

 

  junzo316

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Joined: 2/19/07
Posts: 1662

2/25/13 10:56:05 AM#48
Score : 6753 @ Max Resolution : 1280 x 720 Looking good. Can't wait for release.
  redzebrass

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Joined: 1/23/11
Posts: 10

The Last Unicorn

2/25/13 1:04:42 PM#49

PC specs: windows 7 64bit, intel(R) core (TM) i5-2500 cpu @ 3.30GHz 3.30 GHz, 8 GB Ram.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 560.

 

Ran the benchmark on graphic preset - high settings and got the following, i've taken a screenshot.

 

The Last Unicorn

  Tekkaman

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Joined: 5/17/05
Posts: 160

2/25/13 1:14:12 PM#50

I'm not sure I understand how/why so many people are benchmarking @ 1280x720. Is that due to default settings or do people still work on such tiny monitors?

 

Sorry if you have to work on a monitor that small and low resolution. None of these look to be from laptops, so I'm not counting those.

  redzebrass

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Posts: 10

The Last Unicorn

2/25/13 1:29:01 PM#51
No i'm using a slimline tv as my monitor, when i set up the hdmi link, it was the only resolution i could get to look good on the screen, and i spent days trying, everything else looked blurry, and with the native 1920 x 1080 setting the text was so small it was hard to read.

The Last Unicorn

  Kniknax

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Joined: 12/01/05
Posts: 559

2/25/13 1:56:12 PM#52

By Jeebus thats a pretty looking game! Does anyone have it running full screen? And did anyone else get a weird graphic bug where tails or arms went on into the horizon?

 

 

 

 

 

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  clamo

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Joined: 6/11/12
Posts: 16

2/26/13 9:39:26 AM#53
Originally posted by Tekkaman

I'm not sure I understand how/why so many people are benchmarking @ 1280x720. Is that due to default settings or do people still work on such tiny monitors?

 

Sorry if you have to work on a monitor that small and low resolution. None of these look to be from laptops, so I'm not counting those.

yes the benchmark is set to 1280x720 by default, but some users might not have 1080p. others might just think its the recommemded resolution.

  redzebrass

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The Last Unicorn

2/26/13 12:32:18 PM#54

Ok tried again on higher resolution>

 

The Last Unicorn

  scooter256

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Joined: 9/23/04
Posts: 5

2/27/13 8:47:55 AM#55
Originally posted by Professor78
Originally posted by MindTrigger
Originally posted by HeroEvermore
Originally posted by RelGn

980x 4.2 gtx 580 sli 12 gigs ram 1900mhz

It is clear that the benchmark does not make good use of sli as the second card works at 30%-20%.

It says on the download page does not suport SLI or Xfire. NO multi gpu support for this test.

Ahh.. I posted in the other Benchmark thread that my second 670 wasn't even really being used.  Seems silly to release a benchmarking program, but not include multi-GPU.  Still I was hitting 8100 at 1080p with max settings using only one of my 670s.  I can't complain much.

Prove this please!, as a clocked 680 does not even get this.... And its nothing to do with CPU as its barely using 50% of my very old i7. 8k sounds about right for 2x 670s in my opinion....

i7 2600k not OC - Evga 670 ftw signature 2 small OC
At max settings, card was at ~44C

  scooter256

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Joined: 9/23/04
Posts: 5

2/27/13 10:07:24 AM#56
Originally posted by scooter256
Originally posted by Professor78
Originally posted by MindTrigger
Originally posted by HeroEvermore
Originally posted by RelGn

980x 4.2 gtx 580 sli 12 gigs ram 1900mhz

It is clear that the benchmark does not make good use of sli as the second card works at 30%-20%.

It says on the download page does not suport SLI or Xfire. NO multi gpu support for this test.

Ahh.. I posted in the other Benchmark thread that my second 670 wasn't even really being used.  Seems silly to release a benchmarking program, but not include multi-GPU.  Still I was hitting 8100 at 1080p with max settings using only one of my 670s.  I can't complain much.

Prove this please!, as a clocked 680 does not even get this.... And its nothing to do with CPU as its barely using 50% of my very old i7. 8k sounds about right for 2x 670s in my opinion....

i7 2600k not OC - Evga 670 ftw signature 2 small OC
At max settings, card was at ~44

 

More OCing

  prognar

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Joined: 4/06/05
Posts: 8

Games are for fun.....
Pity most people who play them don't realize that.

2/28/13 5:51:33 AM#57

 

Ok score for a cheap pc, game should run on anything really.

  Smackjabber

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2/28/13 9:15:04 AM#58

Not bad considering its only a Single Card... shocked to be getting a higher score than the others claiming to have 670 / 680s in SLI and only getting 5k - 8k.

EDIT to add a bigger pic.


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  scooter256

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Joined: 9/23/04
Posts: 5

2/28/13 11:59:25 AM#59
Originally posted by Smackjabber

Not bad considering its only a Single Card... shocked to be getting a higher score than the others claiming to have 670 / 680s in SLI and only getting 5k - 8k.

EDIT to add a bigger pic.


 

Whats your computer specs?

  Acidon

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Posts: 657

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2/28/13 12:06:57 PM#60

Wow, so many of you went with the 16:9 monitors.  Makes it sound like you have a bigger monitor than you actually have when you reveal how many "inches" you have.

16:10 is where it's at.  I don't have a  PC for watching widescreen movies  (though I have on occasion).

1920x1200 is where it's at, baby.

 

Sorry, posting while I still can.  Don't take me personally.

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