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March 11, 2008 3:02:12 PM

Just curious what most people are getting running crysis with an 8800GTS and Vista 64 bit. I am getting constant 20 fps (FRAPS) outside with an 8800GTS 512 Q6600 @ 3.3GHZ 4GB Vista 64 bit. All settings are VERY HIGH (shadows High) 4X AA and 8X Aniso :sweat: 

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March 11, 2008 4:07:37 PM

4xAA lol,

have you not read anything about crysis and AA? they dont go together!

heres a tip, put post processing, particles and volumetric on high, go down to 2xAA and 4xAF and hey presto, 30fps!,

Either that, or leave settings as they are and take off the 4xAA, and hey pronto presto perfecto, 35fps!
March 11, 2008 4:32:37 PM

I can get the same without the AA and Ansio but all on very high. When I do a mix of qualities (most important like shaders on very high and the such) I get better.
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March 11, 2008 5:13:35 PM

not complaining about the 20 fps. i just want to know what most people are getting with very high settings. :) 
March 11, 2008 5:27:27 PM

What resolution are you guys using?

I get 18-26 FPS with Very High at 1400x900. Honestly, as soon as I turn AA the FPS drops so I just play without it. The highest smoothest resolution I get is 1366 x 768(1.0 MP) which gives me a steady 22-30 FPS.

Other than the videocard, I pretty much have the same system as mrmraye (Look at my signature).
March 11, 2008 5:44:10 PM

1280 X 1024 is the res.
March 11, 2008 6:22:47 PM

I see...well technically,
1650x1050 = 1732500 pixels (which I get low:13 - High 24 FPS - Avg: 19)
1280x1024 = 1310720 pixels (which I get low:15 - High 26 FPS - Avg: 22)
1400x900 = 1260000 pixels (which I get low:18 - High 29 FPS - Avg: 24)
1366x768 = 1049088 pixels (which I get low:22 - High 42 FPS - Avg: 28)

Nota: I benchmarked my FPS on the first animation from where the plane shows up in the sky until the player jumps out of the airplane. I figured it reprensents well the hardest performance sections of the game.

**Edited: I don't use the GPU test because I find the results misleading. You get much better results in the GPU test than what you would get playing through all the levels which is overpromising**

So yeah, I get about the same FPS as you under these conditions.
March 11, 2008 6:59:31 PM

Very high is unplayable, all high can be unplayable too....

With these settings below....

http://i28.tinypic.com/8ygys4.jpg

http://i31.tinypic.com/t06pau.jpg

I am getting these results...

http://i26.tinypic.com/2njhm6s.jpg

As you can see by adjusting some levels to medium, others to very high and some to high you can play Crysis @ 50 fps @ 1680 by 1050 on a decent rig.... ( bench is for the first level before you drive the jeep)

Specs

Q6700 @ 3.20ghz
8800gtx @ 623/1000
2gb 800mhz
Vista Premium 32bit

13.1k on 3d Mark 2006 at those settings
March 11, 2008 7:15:31 PM

dos1986 said:
Very high is unplayable, all high can be unplayable too....

With these settings below....

http://i28.tinypic.com/8ygys4.jpg

http://i31.tinypic.com/t06pau.jpg

I am getting these results...

http://i26.tinypic.com/2njhm6s.jpg

As you can see by adjusting some levels to medium, others to very high and some to high you can play Crysis @ 50 fps @ 1680 by 1050 on a decent rig.... ( bench is for the first level before you drive the jeep)

Specs

Q6700 @ 3.20ghz
8800gtx @ 623/1000
2gb 800mhz
Vista Premium 32bit

13.1k on 3d Mark 2006 at those settings


You're right, but we can all get good FPS with medium settings.

I noticed you overclocked your 8800GTX...which brand of Card do you have (MSI, EVGA, ETC)?
March 11, 2008 7:32:16 PM

Alex The PC Gamer said:
You're right, but we can all good FPS with medium settings.

I noticed you overclocked your 8800GTX...which brand of Card do you have (MSI, EVGA, ETC)?


Its a Dell oem version, with the fans set to 100% on riva tuner I can get it to 642/1080, I have the fans at 60% most of the time and when needed it kicks in at 80%, it gets to max 78 c with these settings, very happy with the card...

Agree with you on Crysis, but you can put some details to very high while keeping it perfectly playable and stunning..

Stuff like physics and shadows are not stunning, so you can knock them down to medium, similar with post processing, leaving you to put water,detail,texture, game effects all at very high..Game still looks just as stunning and plays smoothly...

Plus I find 40fps on Crysis to be like 60 to 70fps on games like unreal,cod 4....








March 11, 2008 7:34:44 PM

All settings on highest (except the ones that are greyed out)
1280*1024
4xAA
AF on max

32FPS

It's pretty smooth, I've seen smoother. I tried turning some settings down. BUT I DIDN'T LIKE IT, SO I PUT THEM BACK.
Then I was happy again.
March 11, 2008 8:04:06 PM

jay_l_a said:
All settings on highest (except the ones that are greyed out)
1280*1024
4xAA
AF on max

32FPS

It's pretty smooth, I've seen smoother. I tried turning some settings down. BUT I DIDN'T LIKE IT, SO I PUT THEM BACK.
Then I was happy again.


Dos1986: Pretty sweet overclock w/ reasonable temperatures. I have mine overclocked at 620/960 and haven't tryed higher yet. For some reason, overclocking in Vista doesn't give me extra FPS in Crysis!!! XP on the other hand gives me 10% increase in performance.

Jay_l_a: 32FPS...on XP or Vista?
March 11, 2008 8:17:14 PM

XP.
Sometimes it dips a little below that, sometimes above.
I haven't run FRAPS, that just the figure from turning FPS on IN-game.

Are the greyed out settings DX10 only settings or something????
March 11, 2008 9:03:13 PM

jay_l_a said:
XP.
Sometimes it dips a little below that, sometimes above.
I haven't run FRAPS, that just the figure from turning FPS on IN-game.

Are the greyed out settings DX10 only settings or something????


The grayed out settings are Vista exclusive settings. Ironically, there is a tweak available to enable these settings. Look for it online, you just have to change some text in the log files and that's it.

The poster was actually looking for benchmarks in Vista. All of our benchmarks were in Vista using actual DX10 settings.

March 12, 2008 2:12:51 AM

Turned my own settings up to all very-high on vista ultimate, slowed to 12 fps @ 1920x1200 on an 8600 GTS with a Q6600 @ 3.6 GHz. Normally it hovers around the 30 mark when I turn off AA and AF

Ordering either a 9800GTX or 9800GX2 when they come out, and along with the 8gb RAM I'm expecting to arrive tomorrow it should bring it up nicely
March 12, 2008 4:53:31 AM

everything on high no aa af x16 15fps when the procesor on 2.4 ghz 18 when on 3.3
March 12, 2008 5:11:37 AM

I'm getting around 70 fps 80 with @ 2560x1600 shader at medium and the rest @ high

using 3x evga gtx 8800 water cooled ( 690 mhz - shader 1500 -memory 1040)
evga 780i mobo
Qx9650 @ 4.6 mhz
4gb of ram crucial ballistix
4x150gb raptors
March 12, 2008 7:39:27 AM

Show off!
:kaola: 
March 12, 2008 1:04:34 PM

Interesting numbers. no matter what is chunked at this game it takes and laughs and says give me more. DX10 definitely does not improve performance but its a sacrifice for superior quality :D 
March 12, 2008 1:36:51 PM

I get around 40 fps with two 8800GTS and all settings on very high except shadows which is on high @ 1680x1050. Running it in DirectX 9 mode with the very high settings hack I can add 10 fps to that. It's all running on a 4x4 system with 8GB memory and Vista x64.

If I turn on the overclocking (I have water cooling with an optional phase-change cooler in the loop capable of cooling the system to -40C) I can get that all up to around 60fps in DirectX 10... but then the whole system is drawing nearly 1.2kW from the power supply :o (
March 12, 2008 5:29:31 PM

Alex The PC Gamer said:

The poster was actually looking for benchmarks in Vista. All of our benchmarks were in Vista using actual DX10 settings.



My apologies.

I didn't read the OP well enough.
March 12, 2008 8:43:28 PM

for what its worth, i get around 25 fps at all high 2x aa 1280x1024
2900 xt (well, pro, but u know what we do with those.... :D ) and e2160 @3.0ghz - and thats vista on dx9
March 12, 2008 9:37:17 PM

I get 30-40 FPS with all settings on High, 1680x1024, no aa/af on windows xp. I havent tested it on the Vista platform, im going to wait till I upgrade my RAM before I install Vista. I have not tried the hack to get all very high settings on this rig yet.


All at stock speeds:

Gigabyte p35-DS3L
2x1024mb Corsair XMS2 DDR-2 800mhz
eVga nVidia 8800GT
Intel e6750 2.66mhz 4mb L2 cache
COOLMAX 550w powersupply
March 12, 2008 9:39:32 PM

wilkins said:
I get 30-40 FPS with all settings on High, 1680x1024, no aa/af on windows xp. I havent tested it on the Vista platform, im going to wait till I upgrade my RAM before I install Vista. I have not tried the hack to get all very high settings on this rig yet.


All at stock speeds:

Gigabyte p35-DS3L
2x1024mb Corsair XMS2 DDR-2 800mhz
eVga nVidia 8800GT
Intel e6750 2.66mhz 4mb L2 cache
COOLMAX 550w powersupply


At stock...

Would like to see that...

March 12, 2008 10:25:41 PM

dos1986 said:
At stock...

Would like to see that...


Ide like to mention that I have an "eVga nvidia 8800gt superclocked edition", if that matters.

It's really not that unbelieveable. I did mess with OC a little, had my processor up to 3.1 and my video card from 650/1900 to 675/1950..didnt notice anything in games. I just wanted to get a higher 3dmark06 score. I consitantly get 30-40 fps in game at stock speeds. Only thing i changed was my memory timing becuase my motherboard defaulted it to 5-5-5-18, I changed it to 5-5-5-12, which is the timing it is supposed to run at.
March 12, 2008 10:34:12 PM

Do NOT run Crysis using the 64bit executable if you're running Vista 64bit. Go into the Bin32 folder and run Crysis.exe(32bit). For some reason the 64bit performance is atleast 5-10 fps lower than the 32bit version.

I have a BFG 8800GTS 640mb and I get around 25-30fps in the 32bit GPU benchmark, when I run the 64bit GPU benchmark it drops down to 15-22 fps.
March 13, 2008 3:05:18 AM

Hard question to answer as some folks might start the game and report their fps after hitting the water and going ashore. Those fps will be vastly higher than later in the game. Try Paradise Lost for instance and FPS will be much lower on a single GPU than early in the game. Or heavy firefights on the Carrrier near the end. 40 fps early on may be 15 fps later on.


For me the whole game is playable at 1680x1050 2xaa/16xaf and all high details. But disabling one 8800GT and these same settings are not close to playable later in the game.
March 13, 2008 11:58:09 AM

I haven't played much of Crysis at all since I built my rig a few months ago. I did try messing around with it after installing the first Crysis patch and it was pretty much unplayable for me at 1600x1200 (around 20 fps). After installing the second patch as well as Vista SP1, I'm now getting 30-33 fps at 1600x1200 in the same beginning areas of the game that I played before. I'm using settings set to all high and no aa.

So I don't know if it was the second Crysis patch or Vista SP1 that helped more...or maybe they both did...but at least one of them definately worked wonders for me!

March 13, 2008 4:52:21 PM

I'm a bit concerned about my system's performance...

C2D e6230 @ 3.01GHz
4GB GeiL DDR2 800 5-5-5
NV8800GTX
Vista 64 (No SP1 yet)

Getting around 14-16 fps (using FRAPS) on the first level where you encounter the first KPA camp. Running it with no AA or AF, settings all on very high at 1680x1050. This is with v1.1. Seems a bit on the low side for this system...?
March 13, 2008 6:08:09 PM

not really with all on very high, try shadows on high and post processing on medium with motion blur turned off, with volumetric, particles and game effects on high, and watch those frames just take off! (in relative terms lol).
March 14, 2008 2:54:19 PM

i'll give that a try matey - noticed the 'if it's not from yorkshire its sh**te' next to your name lol, I hail from halifax and joined the same group :) 
March 14, 2008 3:49:30 PM

babakamboora said:
I'm getting around 70 fps 80 with @ 2560x1600 shader at medium and the rest @ high

using 3x evga gtx 8800 water cooled ( 690 mhz - shader 1500 -memory 1040)
evga 780i mobo
Qx9650 @ 4.6 mhz
4gb of ram crucial ballistix
4x150gb raptors


If only I had that kind of money.....
July 15, 2008 8:58:44 AM

i get about 65 fps 70 fps all on very high 1920 x 1200 vista 64 somtimes jumy but mostly smooth


evga 780i
qx9770 @4000mhz
8gigs team ex dark 1066 ram
2 x 9800gx2 xfx xxx
raid 4 western digital 7200.2 160gigs 2x VOLOCIRAPTOR raid 300gigs 10,000rpm
adaptdec pcie raid card
1200watt toughpower psu
water cooling everything
thermaltake swardm case
have no money left now!!!!!
July 15, 2008 11:29:10 AM

whats wrong with you all... Dont you know that Crysis comes with a benchmarking program, why dont you use that to post your FPS, rather than fraps, then we can have a fair comparison. Ill post mine when i get home.

p.s

its in the Bin32 directory of your crysis install. There is two, one for CPU and one for GPU.
July 15, 2008 1:55:34 PM

Oldish thread got bumbed.. oh well, I believe Warhead will have XP enabled very high, thought I read that anyway, someone look it up.
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