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the cpu is the most important thing in this game - the higher clocked your quad is the less it will bottleneck your 4870 x2

 

basically higher clock cpu = more fps

 

mine was at stock ( 2.66gghz) and i got about 25 to 30 fps, put it to 3.2 and now about 35 to 40 fps solidly (bar loads of action all at once)

 

 

 

Thanks mate, I will try this after lunch icon14.gif

 

 

Also, your VRAM useage is real low compared to mine, any ideas ?

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After my first try (49 FPS) I messed around with the settings and my CPU and here we go:

 

Statistiken

Durchschnittliche FPS: 57.76

Dauer: 37.08 Sek

CPU-Auslastung: 87%

Systemspeicher-Auslastung: 95%

Videospeicher-Auslastung: 89%

 

Grafikeinstellungen

Videomodus: 1152 x 864 (60 Hz)

Texturenqualität: Hoch

Renderqualität: Niedrig

Sichtdistanz: 20

Detaildistanz: 20

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Grafikkarte: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX

Video-Driver Version: 180.48

Soundkarte: C-Media Wave Device

Intel Pentium III Xeon-Prozessor <- Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @ 3.81

 

And another one .. seems that rendering doesn't affect my FPS at all ...

 

Statistiken

Durchschnittliche FPS: 57.20

Dauer: 37.01 Sek

CPU-Auslastung: 85%

Systemspeicher-Auslastung: 85%

Videospeicher-Auslastung: 95%

 

Grafikeinstellungen

Videomodus: 1152 x 864 (60 Hz)

Texturenqualität: Hoch

Renderqualität: Sehr hoch

Sichtdistanz: 20

Detaildistanz: 25

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Grafikkarte: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX

Video-Driver Version: 180.48

Soundkarte: C-Media Wave Device

Intel Pentium III Xeon-Prozessor

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the cpu is the most important thing in this game - the higher clocked your quad is the less it will bottleneck your 4870 x2

 

basically higher clock cpu = more fps

 

mine was at stock ( 2.66gghz) and i got about 25 to 30 fps, put it to 3.2 and now about 35 to 40 fps solidly (bar loads of action all at once)

 

 

 

Thanks mate, I will try this after lunch icon14.gif

 

 

Also, your VRAM useage is real low compared to mine, any ideas ?

You really want higher clock speeds for SLi or crossfire anyway, same applies to the X2.

You reap the rewards with all the games you play, not just with better CPU performance but GPU as well.

4GHz is the going rate on a quad to have zero bottleneck on 2x280s in SLi, not sure what the Duo clocks are but they will be a good bit less. Probably 3.6 to 3.8 to get the same results.

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Statistics

Average FPS: 30.71

Duration: 37.48 sec

CPU Usage: 88%

System memory usage: 81%

Video memory usage: 85%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1024 x 768 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: Medium

View Distance: 20

Detail Distance: 30

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

Video Driver version: 167.26

Audio Adapter: Realtek HD Audio output

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+

 

For the 8800 GT users here is the difference between 167 drivers and latest 180 drivers.

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 33.88

Duration: 37.24 sec

CPU Usage: 90%

System memory usage: 79%

Video memory usage: 86%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1024 x 768 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: Medium

View Distance: 20

Detail Distance: 30

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: Realtek HD Audio output

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+

 

Just a couple more FPS. But i did find a way to up it another 10 by shutting view distance to 0. Heck i stood in the area where you can look across the water at the buildings on the other side and i can still see everything over there fine with distance at 0. Good enough for me and gets me high 40s FPS.

 

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the cpu is the most important thing in this game - the higher clocked your quad is the less it will bottleneck your 4870 x2

 

basically higher clock cpu = more fps

 

mine was at stock ( 2.66gghz) and i got about 25 to 30 fps, put it to 3.2 and now about 35 to 40 fps solidly (bar loads of action all at once)

 

 

 

Thanks mate, I will try this after lunch icon14.gif

 

 

Also, your VRAM useage is real low compared to mine, any ideas ?

You really want higher clock speeds for SLi or crossfire anyway, same applies to the X2.

You reap the rewards with all the games you play, not just with better CPU performance but GPU as well.

4GHz is the going rate on a quad to have zero bottleneck on 2x280s in SLi, not sure what the Duo clocks are but they will be a good bit less. Probably 3.6 to 3.8 to get the same results.

thanks all for the help and advice, I may try clocking more than 3.2Ghz, but I'll wait for a bit while I monitor the temps on my cores ..

 

 

 

So after overclocking to 3.2Ghz I got much better results, although my VRAM is still almost fully used, untill I manage to OC a bit more (if possible)

 

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Do all ati cards come with that black texture bug?

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 28.12

Duration: 37.63 sec

CPU Usage: 88%

System memory usage: 73%

Video memory usage: 70%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1440 x 900 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: Medium

View Distance: 25

Detail Distance: 37

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: ASUS EAH4670 series

Video Driver version: 6.14.10.6844

Audio Adapter: Realtek HD Audio output

Intel Pentium III Xeon processor

 

 

Since when does a e5200 turn out to be read as a xeon processor???

 

e5200 @ 2.7ghz (clocking it up 100mhz a week)

2gb hyperx ddr2800 @ 864

Asus P5ql Pro

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Just an observation... but in the benchmark seems like all weather effects are removed as well as 'shadows' (tha paintbrush garbage)

 

I think all that stuff adds ... or rather drops average fps by about 5-9 fps

 

Anybody have any idea how to check actual IN GAME fps rather than benchmark?

 

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I've got 20 fps average with lowest settings, and i've got 20 fps average too with maximum settings.

 

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I remember being called a moron for saying it wouldn't run on anything less than a GF7 or better GPU.

 

If you are one of those people with ~30 desktop icons, and 5 media players, and 4 security solutions, usually running, then don't bother posting benchmarks.

tell me more about desktop items and how they hog resources...if they do.

 

thanks!

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my computer is running windows vista 64bit

 

i have a intel quad core with 2.33gh

graphics card is ATI RADEON 4850 HD 512MB

6GB of DDR3 ram

running high for textures and rendering and everything else is low

I get 40-50 FPS in the benchmark

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I remember being called a moron for saying it wouldn't run on anything less than a GF7 or better GPU.

 

If you are one of those people with ~30 desktop icons, and 5 media players, and 4 security solutions, usually running, then don't bother posting benchmarks.

tell me more about desktop items and how they hog resources...if they do.

 

thanks!

Everything on your desktop has to be kept in the RAM, therefore taking up system resources. Just right click > view > show desktop icons and click it. They'll disappear, until you activate them again.

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first one both on high

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 42.60

Duration: 37.20 sec

CPU Usage: 48%

System memory usage: 58%

Video memory usage: 96%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1680 x 1050 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 30

Detail Distance: 50

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: SB X-Fi Audio [EC00]

Intel® Core2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

 

then on high/highest

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 49.38

Duration: 37.20 sec

CPU Usage: 62%

System memory usage: 58%

Video memory usage: 96%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1680 x 1050 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 30

Detail Distance: 50

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: SB X-Fi Audio [EC00]

Intel® Core2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

 

strange, but happy about it biggrin.gif

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Statistics

Average FPS: 44.04

Duration: 37.17 sec

CPU Usage: 76%

System memory usage: 73%

Video memory usage: 76%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1280 x 720 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: Very High

View Distance: 28

Detail Distance: 27

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Home Premium

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

 

Very happy with my system. Shifty41s_beerhatsmilie2.gif

 

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Well, for anyone with not a supercomputer, here are my benchmarks:

 

Automatic configuration:

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 26.19

Duration: 37.19 sec

CPU Usage: 73%

System memory usage: 77%

Video memory usage: 96%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 800 x 600 (56 Hz)

Texture Quality: Low

Render Quality: Medium

View Distance: 22

Detail Distance: 31

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT

Video Driver version: 178.24

Audio Adapter: SoundMAX HD Audio

Intel® Core2 Duo CPU E4500 @ 2.20GHz

 

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On 1024x768:

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 31.94

Duration: 37.17 sec

CPU Usage: 89%

System memory usage: 80%

Video memory usage: 99%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1024 x 768 (75 Hz)

Texture Quality: Low

Render Quality: Low

View Distance: 11

Detail Distance: 15

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT

Video Driver version: 178.24

Audio Adapter: SoundMAX HD Audio

Intel® Core2 Duo CPU E4500 @ 2.20GHz

 

File ID: benchmark.cli

 

I have 2GB DDR800 memory and i run XP, the 8600gt is an xxx edition with 256MB btw.

Still, if you are not a graphics wore, this is an amazing game! It does have some performance issues though, but i hope R* will fix this with a patch.

 

Although also keep in mind that the benchmark test is just a few fagios on empty streets, so this might not be accurate of what fps i get ingame.

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Statistics

Average FPS: 39.66

Duration: 37.14 sec

CPU Usage: 97%

System memory usage: 88%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1024 x 640 (75 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 1

Detail Distance: 20

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Home Premium

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS

Video Driver version: 180.60

Audio Adapter: Altavoces (Creative SB X-Fi)

Intel® Core2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz

 

specs in my sig. for this benchmark cpu was at 2,7ghz and ram at 600mhz

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So here's mine:

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 43.82

Duration: 37.06 sec

CPU Usage: 85%

System memory usage: 64%

Video memory usage: 78%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1280 x 1024 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 32

Detail Distance: 70

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Dodatek Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series

Video Driver version: 6.14.10.6891

Audio Adapter: Realtek HD Audio output

Procesor Intel Pentium III Xeon(Intel C2D E7300 2,66GHz, O/C @ 3,60GHz)

 

Works, looks great. Overclocking the CPU halped A LOT!

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Statistiques

Moyenne images/sec. : 49.16

Durée: 36.98 sec

Utilisation processeur : 79%

Utilisation mémoire système : 90%

Utilisation mémoire vidéo : 97%

 

Paramètres graphiques

Mode d'affichage: 1280 x 1024 (75 Hz)

Qualité textures: Moyen

Qualité rendu: Elevé

Profondeur de champ: 25

Distance détails: 37

 

Matériel

Microsoft Windows XP Professionnel

Service Pack 3

Carte graphique : NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/9800 GTX+

Version des pilotes de carte graphique : 180.84

Contrôleur audio : Logitech Wireless Headset

Processeur Intel Pentium III Xeon - FALSE ! C2D E8400 @ 3.6Ghz

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Do all ati cards come with that black texture bug?

 

 

 

No to answer your question, at least none that I've run into yet. I'm running on a 4850 512mb if that might make any difference. Anywho, here's the marks:

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 34.90

Duration: 37.59 sec

CPU Usage: 72%

System memory usage: 66%

Video memory usage: 75%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1680 x 1050 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 25

Detail Distance: 37

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Home Premium

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series

Video Driver version: 7.14.10.621

Audio Adapter: Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)

AMD Phenom 9550 Quad-Core Processor

 

 

To be more up to date, I've changed the "View Distance" and "Detail Distance" to 35 for both.

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I remember being called a moron for saying it wouldn't run on anything less than a GF7 or better GPU.

 

If you are one of those people with ~30 desktop icons, and 5 media players, and 4 security solutions, usually running, then don't bother posting benchmarks.

tell me more about desktop items and how they hog resources...if they do.

 

thanks!

Everything on your desktop has to be kept in the RAM, therefore taking up system resources. Just right click > view > show desktop icons and click it. They'll disappear, until you activate them again.

Don't know if this works for Vista, but for XP users:

 

1. Start the game.

2. Alt+Tab back to desktop.

3. Open Task Manager. (Quickest way is to hit CTRL-SHIFT-ESC)

4. Go to Processes tab.

5. Right Click on "Explorer.exe" and choose "End Process"

6. Alt-Tab back to game.

7. When finished, go back to Task Manager and choose File->New Task (Run...)

8. Type in "explorer.exe" hit enter, and BAM! You got your desktop back again!

 

This will help free up resources as "explorer" is one of the biggest Mem Usage and resource hogs.

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Statistics

Average FPS: 34.16

Duration: 37.18 sec

CPU Usage: 53%

System memory usage: 91%

Video memory usage: 87%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 38

Detail Distance: 37

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: SB X-Fi Audio [EC00]

Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 @ 2.66 GHz

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I did a benchmark firstly with my CPU overclocked to 3.50GHz:

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 40.50

Duration: 37.29 sec

CPU Usage: 94%

System memory usage: 79%

Video memory usage: 98%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1280 x 1024 (75 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 47

Detail Distance: 51

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

Video Driver version: 180.48

Audio Adapter: Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Duo CPU    E8400  @ 3.00GHz (3.50GHz)

 

Then then I tried it at 3.60GHz with new nVidia drivers:

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 45.16

Duration: 37.04 sec

CPU Usage: 96%

System memory usage: 59%

Video memory usage: 96%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1280 x 1024 (75 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 47

Detail Distance: 51

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Duo CPU    E8400  @ 3.00GHz (3.60GHz)

 

I did try at 4.00GHz but it crashed right before the end of the benchmark. However I did have fraps running and from what I saw, it was an average of about 50-55, it did hit 70 a couple of times.

 

There is definately a good 5fps advantage over the small overclock and the new driver. I get anywhere from 25-70fps in game.

 

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New benchmark results with the Nvidia 180.84 driver from - http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_gtaiv_downloads.html

Which give an improvement of 1.06 FPS from my last test

 

PC Spec:

Intel Dual Core E2220 2.4ghz

2gb DDR2 800mhz

Nvidia 8600GT 512mb DDR2 Graphic card (with 180.84 drivers)

XP Home SP3

 

Benchmark Results:

Average FPS: 22.55

CPU Usage: 90%

System memory usage: 79%

Video memory usage: 64%

Video Mode: 1024 x 768 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Low

Render Quality: Low

View Distance: 25

Detail Distance: 37

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Statistics

Average FPS: 39.71

Duration: 37.10 sec

CPU Usage: 80%

System memory usage: 76%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850 @ 3.00GHz

 

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 38.33

Duration: 37.51 sec

CPU Usage: 84%

System memory usage: 64%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 2560 x 1600 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850 @ 3.00GHz

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Statistics

Average FPS: 39.71

Duration: 37.10 sec

CPU Usage: 80%

System memory usage: 76%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850 @ 3.00GHz

 

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 38.33

Duration: 37.51 sec

CPU Usage: 84%

System memory usage: 64%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 2560 x 1600 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850 @ 3.00GHz

how the hell can you max the game out completely? yet my systemcannot:

 

card far superior to yours 4870x2

q9450 at 3.2ghz

4gb ram

 

strange

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Statistics

Average FPS: 39.71

Duration: 37.10 sec

CPU Usage: 80%

System memory usage: 76%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850  @ 3.00GHz

 

 

 

Statistics

Average FPS: 38.33

Duration: 37.51 sec

CPU Usage: 84%

System memory usage: 64%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 2560 x 1600 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 100

Detail Distance: 100

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Äèíàìèêè (Óñòðîéñòâî ñ ïîääåðæêîé High Definition Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU Q6850  @ 3.00GHz

how the hell can you max the game out completely? yet my systemcannot:

 

card far superior to yours 4870x2

q9450 at 3.2ghz

4gb ram

 

strange

I suspect crossfire is not working properly in your 4870x2... and that Ultra is no slouch. ATI must have more problems than Nvidia.

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Mine so far:

178.24 drivers

Statistics

Average FPS: 34.49

Duration: 38.28 sec

CPU Usage: 57%

System memory usage: 42%

Video memory usage: 89%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: Very High

View Distance: 50

Detail Distance: 55

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 178.24

Audio Adapter: Speakers (SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU X9650 @ 3.00GHz

 

File ID: Benchmark.cli

 

 

180.70 drivers

Statistics

Average FPS: 40.68

Duration: 37.14 sec

CPU Usage: 58%

System memory usage: 36%

Video memory usage: 89%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 25

Detail Distance: 37

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.70

Audio Adapter: Speakers (SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU X9650 @ 3.00GHz

 

File ID: benchmark.cli

 

 

180.84 drivers

Statistics

Average FPS: 55.82

Duration: 36.99 sec

CPU Usage: 77%

System memory usage: 43%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 80

Detail Distance: 80

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Speakers (SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU X9650 @ 3.00GHz

 

File ID: Benchmark.cli

 

 

And just for the hell of it.

Statistics

Average FPS: 65.32

Duration: 37.08 sec

CPU Usage: 67%

System memory usage: 35%

Video memory usage: 100%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1920 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High

Render Quality: Low

View Distance: 1

Detail Distance: 1

 

Hardware

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra

Video Driver version: 180.84

Audio Adapter: Speakers (SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio)

Intel® Core2 Extreme CPU X9650 @ 3.00GHz

 

File ID: Benchmark.cli

 

Using nolimit and nomem command lines in last two.

 

EDIT: i still think the benchmark need changed as it's nowhere near as stressing as actual gameplay. The scene used will have a lot of draw culling because of the buildings in it and deosn't represent a good draw distance test.

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Specs

GPU: EVGA 8800GT Superclocked

CPU: E8500 @ 3.16GHz

RAM: 2GB DDR2

OS: Windows XP Professional w/ SP3

 

Benchmark

Statistics

Average FPS: 49.36

Duration: 37.05 sec

CPU Usage: 88%

System memory usage: 76%

Video memory usage: 96%

 

Graphics Settings

Video Mode: 1280 x 1024 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: Medium

Render Quality: High

View Distance: 25

Detail Distance: 37

 

Hardware

Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Service Pack 3

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

Video Driver version: 178.13

Audio Adapter: SoundMAX HD Audio

Intel Pentium III Xeon processor

 

File ID: Benchmark.cli

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Here's a good video that compares what the game looks like with all the settings on different intensities (low>medium>high, etc.):

 

Clicky!

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Best so far for me:

vista 64 + 8gig of 1066ram Running in vista 32 was like watching a flipbook Ram helped a TON

Run with target: "D:\GAMES\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV\LaunchGTAIV.exe" -norestriction -novblank -noprecache -nomemrestrict /high

 

Average FPS: 37.33

Duration: 37.31 sec

CPU Usage: 79%

System memory usage: 37% <--remember that's out of 8gigs and thats only the benchmark.. 2.8gigs of ram it used.. insane

Video memory usage: 100%

Video Mode: 1600 x 1200 (60 Hz)

Texture Quality: High<---- A must.. game looked like crap in medium.

Render Quality: Highest

View Distance: 45

Detail Distance: 100

Shadows: Max

Microsoft® Windows Vista" Ultimate

Service Pack 1

Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GX2 SSC {overclocked stable to 705-1795-1115}

Video Driver version: 180.84 {This driver set must have done some blow before it got on my machine.. sped me up 30% at least}

Audio Adapter: Speakers (Creative SB X-Fi)

Intel® Core2 Quad CPU @ 2.66GHz

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