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Originally Posted by Stanley TweedleBioshock Infinite is the worst performing game on my PC. The fps drops sometimes and it stutters. Any other game I can run maxed out (except crysis 3). I have an overclocked 680, 16gb ram and i5 2500k @ 4.9ghz. All games on SSD. Bioshock is the only one with performance issues.
Originally Posted by ShirtyQuote:Originally Posted by Stanley TweedleBioshock Infinite is the worst performing game on my PC. The fps drops sometimes and it stutters. Any other game I can run maxed out (except crysis 3). I have an overclocked 680, 16gb ram and i5 2500k @ 4.9ghz. All games on SSD. Bioshock is the only one with performance issues.
Something's not working well there then, your card should eat the game on a single screen.
Originally Posted by EiffieI have my V-sync set to both on in-game and on in the driver package. I didn't think I had it set to adaptive v-sync but if the in-game v-sync is wonky then I will try tonight with that disabled and see if it helps. It's never seemed to have been an issue in any game before this, I've always played every game with v-sync on in-game and in the drivers. Have I been doing it wrong all along?!@#$% D:
Originally Posted by AdnoctumI will admit that I nerdgasmed a little bit when I saw this article, and then I got all weepy and sentimental about the good old days of game reviews. Afterwards I told those damned kids to get off my lawn.
Like any PC enthusiast (or "elitist" if you want) I blame consoles and their deleterious effect on game system requirements. It has been a while since I have needed to ask myself "Will Game X play on my system?". Now I ask myself "Will Game X play on my MITX system or will I need my main system?" and game reviews won't tell me any more. This article answers my question about Bioshock Infinite, and I will need to play it on my main system.
I haven't been visiting as much lately, so good work Bit-Tech/Harry, and I will visit more often if this is the future.
Originally Posted by ShirtyIt's nice to see Ed and the team doing their best to return Bit to their former glory :)
Just some little notes and observations:The 7950 has 3GB not 2GB as in the performance graphs.
If you can overclock your 7950 by 40 to 50% (as many can), it will never dip below 70fps on the 1080p graph, using the same settings ;)
I also wonder whether the 670/680 might have fared better in the multi screen table if you had tested the 4GB versions?
The 7870LE should neatly fill the gap between the 7870 and 7950, and would trouble the 660Ti for the price of a vanilla 660.
I wish you'd tested Eyefinity on the 7950, judging by it's bigger sibling's performance it would have done well there.
Do you sense that I might be a 7950 fanboy? I'm not, but it was £100 cheaper than my 670 and I love it!
FINAL EDIT: Let's see a review of a 7870 LE (aka 7930) soon lads.
Originally Posted by Phil RhodesI have a GTX 470 and an i7 950. Need I apply?
Originally Posted by Baz
Everytime i've tested a GPU with more than stock memory, it's been pointless; i'd put my money on it being the same here except for maybe at 5760.
Originally Posted by ShirtyI should think it does Bobby! :)
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