Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Feb 11, 2015.
Kinda the wrong thread but I wanted to say thanks - Just completed it and I thoroughly enjoyed it
The DLC's. There's a few multi-player related ones like a new map and a unique playable character and some weapons but for single player it's just skins and one lost tomb. Tombs are small areas within maps and when you find one you'll have a puzzle or two to solve before you can enter/reach whatever it holds of value. Obviously being Tomb Raider it's all about the tombs so I don't really know why I'm even trying to explain it as you obviously know what's what in the games series.
Myself I'm a completionist and like to do all I can in a good single player game and this is a good one so I think it's worth getting the whole shebang even if you're not a multiplayer person..
The DLC collection is on sale @ Square Enix (along with every other bundle they do) for £6 so I may as well pick it up!
Not submitting a score, just admiring the beauty of Tomb Raider at 4K with maximum settings (x4 SSAA - Ultra Shadows) in QuadFire with Freesync enabled. 100% GPU usage across all four cards and a maximum fan speed of 30-35% under the heaviest load. (silent)
That really is gorgeous Matt!
Just out of interest (future reference), what do you do in regards to the Freesync 'range'. Do you use Rivatuner (or similar) to limit fps in order to stay within this range? As I gather if you go above the range it disengages
290X @1100/1450 (Stock volts)
Depends on the game, but typically i use FRTC with FreeSync set at 59 and Vsync disabled.
I've extended my FreeSync range from 40-60HZ to 33-60HZ.
Yeah, I saw the driver tweak thread for the extension
Ok great, thanks for that. Will keep it in mind
Might aswell throw my effort in.
980Ti HoF (no overclock)
Drivers = 358.78
AND HE TAKES THE 290X PODIUM!
4 x TitanX
Managed to squeeze just a little more out of my card. These are the absolute max clocks i can get with +200 voltage offset. Could probably get a bit more out of it if i switched to the LN2 bios, but you're talking silly volts then!
2x Titan X SLI Stock
i7-3770S Stock (3.1 GHz base)
Interesting to see that I get about half the performance of Kaapstad due to not overclocking.
EDIT 2015-10-26: Count these as single-card figures, SLI found to be disabled.
Check to see you have SLI enabled as you should be getting a lot more than you have.
Not a CPU bottleneck
Here is one I have just done with a stock TitanX and my CPU @3.1.
Single TitanX @stock
I mean with his 1080p score, seems low for a TX.
He should have no problem with his CPU speed getting a good 1080p score either as this bench does not bottleneck that much. If you look at the 1080p score I posted earlier I managed 339fps with a CPU clockspeed of 4.0ghz.
I suspect he has not enabled SLI as his scores look about right for a single stock card.
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