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Skyrim Titan Benchtest 5,2GB Vram

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March 2, 2013 7:07:42 AM

Hi.
So yesterday after waiting what felt like an eternity i got my Titan card from Gigabyte :D 

With my current settings skyrim looks very beautifull on my 3 27" monitors.
The best part is still have many more tweaks, that will make skyrim even more beautifull.
For example Ugrids to load which was 5 during the test and to enable 3D on the senter monitor.

Her are the results from playing my extreme version of Skyrim :) 
http://i.imgur.com/BAJGrsf.jpg?1

The frames per second is not acceptable but disabling the 8AA, redusing some other settings lets me play at 30-40 fps.
Now i just have to wait for my second Titan card so i can actually play skyrim with the settings i want :p 

i7 3770k 4,9 Ghz /h100 Push pull water cooling
1866 Mhz corsair 16GB
Titan 6gb Gigabyte
Z77 sabertooth

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March 2, 2013 7:47:01 AM

Just a tip; SMAA and FXAA, when used together, can do a rather nice form of AA without as big a performance impact as MSAA.

Also, disabling shadows will net you a HUGE performance increase. Dunno if you want to take that plunge, but...
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March 2, 2013 8:14:53 AM

Might want to lower the resolution of the graphs, not all of us have Surround setups.

AA is only necessary at lower resolutions, at 5760x1080 I imagine there would be no visual difference between 2x and 8x.
March 2, 2013 8:45:07 AM

Disabling Shadow haha your insain.
The shadows skyrim has now are quit amazing, every light sorce gives dynamic shadows. Exept torches they are to buggy with dynamic shadow.

Yeah Im not playing with AA at all using FXAA.
Used aa in the test to determine how much impact the AA had on vram with 5760x1080

Just did some more testing with 3D enabled and it looks amazing though FPS at 15-20 so far from playable without AA
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