|Marcel Schmidt (dresser98)||22.05.2016 10:44|
I started to ask myself why my framerate isn´t that good. My system bought november 2015 should handle FS easily.
First I started the ingame benachmark and the result blow my mind. I mean a Xeon E3v1231 v3 combined with a Sapphire R9 390 Nitro doesn´t go beyond 85 frames in average?
I mean in Battlefield for example I still got ~130 frames in average. Im not that AMD fanboy but I think they should support a bit more, because they do everthing for it like open source they codes.
I still hope that FS17 aren´t that Nvidia based game, because it would be better for casuals that don´t know anything about these things and just want to play FS smoothly.
|Emil Drefers (giants.edrefers)||23.05.2016 07:21|
you can try two things to improve the performance
1) start the game in directX mode:
attribute of "renderer" in "game.xml"
2) force your gpu to run in full power mode
This may sound a bit weird, but it should give you a better framerate ... for the cost of a higher current consumption.
|Marcel Schmidt (dresser98)||03.06.2016 22:45|
thank you! Now there is a way better but not that good framerate at all. I wish you can add an option to change that directly ingame. This post is listed under "Feature Requests" so maybe you think about it and give as a better support. Im very hopefully that FS17 give as better performance at all and better support for AMD Cards with DirectX.
Thank you very much!
|Emil Drefers (giants.edrefers)||07.06.2016 07:35|
good to hear that you could imrove the performance.
I'll forward your request, but I can't make any promises.
|Marcel Schmidt (dresser98)||23.07.2016 21:33|
Today I heard about FS17 uses DirectX and I was god damn happy about it. You guys are awesome! I followed every news today and I was really surprised about the features. The best one of course is that I can play FS17 very smoothly with my setup with DirectX. (Just a guess, but I think I can´t be as bad as OpenGL)
Thanks a lot. I know that DirectX was requird by lots of players in this community and everyone should be happy about that.
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