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FS~Phat 06-06-2011 01:54 AM

200FPS in COD yes it is possible
 
I have been playing around with Radeon Pro and different crossfire profiles. I know this has been discussed before but I thuoght I'd bring it up again.

I finally got COD running my 4 cards at 99% and getting 200FPS+ consistently with everything on high on the coast and 100FPS+ in land over cities. (mirrors off - mirrors drops to 20FPS)
It looks like the development team need to do some serious collaboration with Nvidia and ATI driver teams to help finalise the last performance issues, especially with SLI/Crossfire optimisation.

I still get some serious hitching with stutters and sometimes long pauses but the overall performance is now very playable again by forcing dx10 AFR mode with Radeon Pro.

I have ATI Cat 11.5b and CAP4 installed.

Seems some multiplayer servers I can get smooth high FPS too but others i get really long 20sec pauses and inconsisitent FPS between zero and 100FPS.

DoolittleRaider 06-06-2011 03:00 AM

200 FPS

I am Not a technical person, but I thought that:

1. The human eye can't discriminate/appreciate anything over 72-75FPS; some say 60FPS is limit

2. The limit for the normal LCD monitor is 60FPS...and I'd guess that 95% of folks these days have 60Hz LCD's.

3. I've read that there is absolutely no visible difference between 60 and 200FPS, if you have a 60Hz LCD monitor.

Sooooo...if I am even close to understanding those three matters, I have NO idea what your 200 FPS achievement actually means........?!?

Can you explain?

raaaid 06-06-2011 03:05 AM

that fps in this game is not a problem?

myself with my old rig i can get 80 fps if i lower res :)

roadczar 06-06-2011 03:09 AM

Are you getting 200 fps + using Eyefinity (5760x1080) with everything on high?
What RadeonPro settings/tweaks are you using?

Could you do me a favor and run an average fps using the "The Black Death.trk" on very high? Thanks.

I'm currently getting 53 fps average on very high at 5760x1080.

Beta ATI 8.86 drivers here:
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=345525

FS~Phat 06-06-2011 03:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DoolittleRaider (Post 294024)
200 FPS

I am Not a technical person, but I thought that:

1. The human eye can't discriminate/appreciate anything over 72-75FPS; some say 60FPS is limit

2. The limit for the normal LCD monitor is 60FPS...and I'd guess that 95% of folks these days have 60Hz LCD's.

3. I've read that there is absolutely no visible difference between 60 and 200FPS, if you have a 60Hz LCD monitor.

Sooooo...if I am even close to understanding those three matters, I have NO idea what your 200 FPS achievement actually means........?!?

Can you explain?

Firstly its just a statement that the COD engine is capable of great things.

Secondly, your almost right regarding perception of 60FPS.

Though thats another can of worms... I will say though that the human eye can definitely perceive in excess of 200FPS and I can attest to that. Especially where panning motion is involved or fast action.

See the below extract and following link for more interesting information.

"The Human Eye perceiving 220 Frames Per second has been proven, game developers, video card manufacturers, and monitor manufacturers all admit they've only scratched the surface of Frames Per Second."

Part 1
http://amo.net/NT/02-21-01FPS.html
Part 2
http://amo.net/nt/05-24-01FPS.html

FS~Phat 06-06-2011 03:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by raaaid (Post 294026)
that fps in this game is not a problem?

myself with my old rig i can get 80 fps if i lower res :)

Cheeky... but no Im talking 1920x1080

FS~Phat 06-06-2011 03:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by roadczar (Post 294028)
Are you getting 200 fps + using Eyefinity (5760x1080) with everything on high?
What RadeonPro settings/tweaks are you using?

Could you do me a favor and run an average fps using the "The Black Death.trk" on very high? Thanks.

I'm currently getting 53 fps average on very high at 5760x1080.

Beta ATI 8.86 drivers here:
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=345525

Havent tried eyefinity res with the new radeon settings but will give it a try tonight. At work at the moment for another 4 hours! I dont have the frame buffer of the newest cards (only 1GB cards) so I dont expect to get great FPS at 5760x1080.

raaaid 06-06-2011 03:32 AM

interesting article thanks

Vrait 06-06-2011 04:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DoolittleRaider (Post 294024)
200 FPS

I am Not a technical person, but I thought that:

1. The human eye can't discriminate/appreciate anything over 72-75FPS; some say 60FPS is limit

2. The limit for the normal LCD monitor is 60FPS...and I'd guess that 95% of folks these days have 60Hz LCD's.

3. I've read that there is absolutely no visible difference between 60 and 200FPS, if you have a 60Hz LCD monitor.

Sooooo...if I am even close to understanding those three matters, I have NO idea what your 200 FPS achievement actually means........?!?

Can you explain?

Its a technical achievement. With 60fps your fps could easily still dip to 20-30s. But with 200fps that won't happen. 200fps > 60fps. Now of course monitors can't show 200fps, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't strive for it.

Liz Lemon 06-06-2011 04:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FS~Phat (Post 294030)
Though thats another can of worms... I will say though that the human eye can definitely perceive in excess of 200FPS and I can attest to that. Especially where panning motion is involved or fast action.

Well, with regards to that can of worms, how many FPS you're getting is irrelevant if its above your monitors refresh rate.

So if you have an LCD monitor thats 60hz, or 60fps. Even if the game is running at 999fps, your still only seeing 60fps, because thats all your monitor can display. If you have an old CRT laying around, or a 120hz tv or monitor, you can mess around with different hz settings and see what the actual difference 120fps is over 60fps, or 60 vs 30 (hint, its very noticeable.) But 200fps wont make a difference until you have a display that can handle 200hz.


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