I couldn't find the other thread so I decided to just make a new, fresh one.
If it doesn't take too much of your time, please post your computer specs (just CPU and GPU is fine, and whether it's overclocked). Check your fps by using a program such as Fraps or MSI Afterburner and post your results here.
Please say whether you are running the game generally on low settings, medium settings, or high settings (Depth of Field, Ambient Occlusion, and AA don't count, please turn them off). Also state what resolution you're playing on.
Also, please list your MINIMUM fps at very crowded areas, such as at the Bearded Rock Camp Aetheryte with a crapload of people crowded around it.
Phenom 955 (OC'ed from 3.2 to 3.8)
GTX 460 (OC'ed from 800 to 860)
720p with medium settings
Minimum FPS: about 18-22 fps facing a huge crowd at the Bearded Rock Aetheryte.
When playing the game normally, fps is usually in between 30-60. It's just in the crowded areas that my fps drop to about 20.
The performance I get in the beta is actually pretty accurate with the performance I get on the benchmark. I score 4700 on the benchmark on low with that OC settings. The game runs fine on medium settings and 720p most of the time, except when there are crowds.
I was expecting to get better performance than this, but it seems, in my case at least, the performance in the game holds true to the performance in the benchmark.
I'd like to know other people's overall performance in the game, but especially at very crowded areas. Please list your set up and performance like I did above in bold.
Thank you for your time. :)
If you would like to contribute to this thread, please post your actual FPS in the game instead of saying your system "runs well at high settings."
The words "fine," "good," "very well," "smooth," "ok," etc. are very subjective to one's opinion and tolerance.
"Fine" to someone might be considered "good" to another, and it might be considered "bad" to another.
When you say the game runs "well," it means almost nothing to me. Your definition of "well" and mine are probably different.
Please post NUMBERS. All that matters to me is numbers. :)
Edited, Aug 24th 2010 2:33pm by Threx