You have to modify the UTEngine.ini file, \Documents\My Games\Unreal Tournament 3\UTGame\ConfigLook for MaxSmoothedFrameRate and change that value.
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mAlkAv!An wrote:You have to modify the UTEngine.ini file, \Documents\My Games\Unreal Tournament 3\UTGame\ConfigLook for MaxSmoothedFrameRate and change that value.
Off course !
I just make the test in shangrila, with the max smoothframerate set to 202, I obtain a decent 130-140 FPS average with piks to 202, I'm find with that ;)
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yeah bro, if u have a stable 100 fps avg ,it s perfect, 66 isnt enough imo...but back in 2008 it wasnt that easy to hit :pover 100 fps i m not sure if our eyes are able to notice a real difference in fluidity...setting the max around 200 or more on UT3 is just for testing, depending from ur tastes of course....imo for gaming a stable 100fps is better than continually fluctuating between 100 and 200
Bl!tz wrote:yeah bro, if u have a stable 100 fps avg ,it s perfect, 66 isnt enough imo...but back in 2008 it wasnt that easy to hit :pover 100 fps i m not sure if our eyes are able to notice a real difference in fluidity...setting the max around 200 or more on UT3 is just for testing, depending from ur tastes of course....imo for gaming a stable 100fps is better than continually fluctuating between 100 and 200
I agree with you, it was just for testing my rig. I have set the cap limit to 120, which is enough for my GC and my eyes ;)
And I just test with COD Black ops full high setting, I optain stable 90 fps, and I confirm it's quit confortable to play !
i pushed it a lil deeper, OCed my phenom higher with less voltage by tweaking the bus speed: cpu:4.00ghz @ 1.435v ...4.15ghz @ 1.44v & 4.25ghz @ 1.45vcpuNB :3.00ghz @ 1.23vmy lil watercooling was doing its job nicely but....dont ask me why....i had the idea to check on E-Bay about radiators and pumps prices....in two clicks i found better radiator and pump....i won the auctions for 35€ , immediatly have put muy old pump and radiator on the net and ...i sold em in less than 1 hour for higher prices than thoses i bought :DEK-Waterblocks EK DCP 2.2 400l/h 2.2m -----> Phobya DC12-400 800l/h 4.0mMagicool 240 Ultra 276 x 120 x 46 mm ------> EK Waterblocks CoolStream RAD-XTX360 398 x 123 x 47mm + CoolStream RAD-XT120héhé...good deal...and now i ll try to push a lil more on cpu voltage, i heared this cpu can hit 4.4ghz with "decent" voltages i did some "tuning" on my side panel by "cutting" in in two parts, one with the WC reservoir and the other became a door easy to open and very handyi ll finish the painting and will take some picts , the pc look like a truck with its big 450mm tube out on the case side
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after 2 years of use i thought my phenom was a lil outdated and i installed it in my sons PC.....lol....to replace it i just installed a FX8350....it s a funky tool OCing more easily than expected with "decent" voltages but i had to push it hard to outperform my good old phenomto beat a 6x4.2 OCed phenom i had to push the FX up to 5.00ghz and sometimes more (for 3DM06 i had to push @ 5.2ghz!!)@ equal clocks frequencies and....with two cores less.... the Phenom II uberpown the FX !! but as the FX OC limit is more far 5.2ghz vs 4.2ghz it take the lead around 5.00ghz
what is weird is that it shows only 6 cores on all monitoring tool, perhaps a bad chip with two dead cores....i quite hope it s this, this way it means it can perform better with the two missing cores but on the other hand if i can escape the RMA delay...so....as it performs better i m happy but tbth i was expecting a lil more and when i was asking on OC forumz if the price worth the update i had like to hear someone telling me with no doubts as i can say it now: (if nothing change because of the two "hidden" n missing cores) NO !!SPENDING 200€ to get 5 or 10 % power more isnt such a good deal!.....just to share
agree with your thinking....i have the same task manager shows 8 but only 6 active and "monitored" in performances.....weird...
Sucks. 6880 points at 5.2GHz... this is with default clocks: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_fx_8350_processor_review,14.html
Send it back and tell AMD they shall give you a full Crysis 3 copy as a present this time
héhéhé...was finaly a very good deal, the chip clocks higher with 8 cores than the previous one with 6 got it running some benches @ 5.3ghz v-core=1.475v LLC:extreme ,it never have hit 45°c under full charge, it seems i have some room to increase the voltage it seems to require more to be stable under stress for now i m @ 5.1ghz v-core=1.46875v LLC:extreme ....OCCT here i am nice CPU :)
Seriously kickazz hardware bro! heh ... that top shot with the FX logo, lights, and blueish pipes looks like an Unreal level.
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i finaly have this vishera stable like a rock @ 5.00ghz under 60°C, it wasnt easy to achieve but if u have a decent motherboard it does worth its 175€....cant understand all that bad mouthing around AMD, sure it cant perform like a 300€ or more cpu, but all games run on max settings and all programs are fasttbh i had some problems with some games like the Crysis serie, portal2 and even with UT3...after some tweakings all is working except the "cooking" process in the UT3 ed...here are some results
cinebench: all cores:8.49 one core:1.32aida64: read:14993 write:12830 copy:188353DM06:26027
pcmark7:4892a fully stable working PC with UT3 and the editor ready to run (with a last fix to find for the cooking thing )...no more milk tourneys....damn i m quite back to buisness
Very impressive bro!!
Are you running dual 660Ti's? If so how are they M8?
Thanks Mick, no SLI for now,still searching an idea to convince my wifey..and.... if i find something i ll share with you bro....lol......
last build i did for one of my wife s workmate to replace an old intel 775 socketed PC....i just have keep the original Packard Bell case....nice pricing on all parts imo , the HD 7770 hits 17000 3DM06 points with the phenomII 965 @ stock settings...pack upgrade: MSI 760GM-P34FX + Phenom II 965 4x3.4ghz + 2x2GB corsair DDR3 @ 1333 = 144€PSU: OCZ core stream 500W = 45€GFX: MSI R7770 OC =99€DVD Writter :Samsung =15€Additionnal fan: inwin 120mm= 5€
héhé....i m not often impressed but...here i am & i just wanted to share my feeling on this 7770 MSI gfx....it really worth its 99€ !
ahhhhhh! this was really pleasant to kick some goldened butts on a neutral test !!
i still havent find the cpu limits as it s still under 50°c @ 5.3ghz....for 180€ i really luv my FX
yeah....shame that all thoses intel parts are so expensives and didnt last longer at the top because as you said some 6 cores should seriously kick in! no idea about the DDR4...except that it will help DDR3 pricing to get down ...let us know when you do the DDR+1 jump i d be very interrested to hear about the improvements....dunno what are doing the AMD devs...so long time since the last "new" cpu architechture....and i m not tempted into the cpu+gpu APU thing +.+ and about the oculus rift, it s like for DDR4...id like to be sure that it worth its money, but hell yeah....on the paper it s something fantastic! it will be cool to have an opinion from a friend (when you ll test it...)
here are some picts :cards and pc....the SLI of GTX670s performs nicely:firestike: 10157 pts 3DM11: 14882 pts3DMarkVantage: 38108 pts
thanks Mick....i m tempted to add a third gfx...., just to try a the tripple SLI one time....
The triple SLi benefit, I think mainly relies on wether the mobo/cpu are designed to take advantage of it. I remember the first gen i7's (socket 1366) made good use of tri-SLi.
I reckon your 1000w PSU should be enough to run the three cards.
yo seb ...shame i like it so much because i seriously miss the "build a new rig" process....i m tempted to put all back in a classical case,as my wife is a lil' pissed by the current airflow 2 meters around the PC....lol...windy weather blasting my livin' room!
Lol i can imagine it can be a little boring for her !
oh ho....i just found a GTX780 lightning for 260 € on a "local" EBay...., fingers crossed
received the beast today....what a card!....what a box!....and my lucky son was allowed by my wifey to keep n install the GTX670s in SLI...lol...he told he will play GTAV in full HD now...+.+some picts:
well....i found some nice deals... and i run now 2 x 780 lightning.....funny thing there s a light indication on the cards telling how hard it push on them...and while playing the new UT....ONLY one card is working, well....i bet the game is simply not SLI compatible by now...here for example the lightning text is red.....it push on both hard....when it s green or blue it s cool, and the cards are....hùm.....relaxed
for the rest, this SLI combined with an OCed FX is a pure kill:
3DM11 ...i ll have to try to push the cpu at 5.3 ghz....just for the fun
new rig specs last adds:
SSD samsung 850EVO 456GB
both working very nice
BTW i found this very interressant and surprising.....even if one year outdated