World Champ Procrastination n' Hoarding Series
Yes, I was gpu limited on acc so please check if it keeps scaling on yours
Cant really tell. Maybe AC or R3E? I think two more steps would be enough to interpolate. Maybe 4.6 and 4.0 Ghz?
We shouldn't correlate your scores with mine, but your first test is way too close to my results. It would suggest there is a cpu bottleneck after all. The 2080TI should be 25~30% faster in your first test.
Only you can find out now Robert. By underclocking your 2080ti
This game seems heavily GPU bound and could likely use a fair amount of optimization. Whether it's design decisions or a engine limitations, there's something not right here.
Well to be fair his CPU limit seems to be between 150-170 fps but before that, his 2080 ti, even at 720p can't reach more than these fps numbers.So that we're clear, you're saying that you think ACC is GPU-bound running at 720p with a 2080 Ti? I must be misunderstanding something here as I can run comfortably at 1440p with mainly high or epic settings and a full grid of AI with my GTX 1080.
So that we're clear, you're saying that you think ACC is GPU-bound running at 720p with a 2080 Ti? I must be misunderstanding something here as I can run comfortably at 1440p with mainly high or epic settings and a full grid of AI with my GTX 1080.
I doubt you can reach 160+ fps on your 1080 at 1440p?
The reason I asked for Kunos to do an optimization guide is because unless someone goes through each iteration, there's no way of knowing what the hit in performance is between "high and epic" and so on.
When the game is given enough cores to run optimally, HT becomes detrimental because Windows by default is always juggling processes between all threads. Among those threads, you now have HT threads instead of always having real cores. If you use process lasso, you can mandate ACC to only use specific threads (chose the real cores), and the HT impact should be reduced.
Yes that somewhat seems correct.Probably it's like this: HT takes one physical core and simply splits it into two virtual cores that are identical so there's no difference in theory?
Friend just did that a few weeks ago. Seems like he got the lowest prices in a few years: (Germany)PSA: There 9600k had a price drop so quite cheap now. If your main goal is sims, pick on of these up and bump it above 5ghz all core without much effort. You'll get 6 physical very fast cores. You don't need any high end cooling or expensive motherboards with beefy VRM's either.
Should last for a few years. Get 3200mhz ram atleast.