Dying Light Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
same with my self and 3 friends game runs on max settings all on but motion blur 100fps + but i guess so many other things can factor in i am just glad i never have any issues even on horrible games i guess you get what you pay for when it comes to computer parts this game does not feel like FC4 for me cause on that game max settings i get 50-60fps dying light i am way over 100fps.
[Edited by dotkom, 1/27/2015 9:14:44 PM]
I think the big difference is Video Ram,
I have an Geforce GTX 690 with 2GB Vram,
where as u have double the amount of 4GB Vram, that is what makes all the difference.
I haven't got the game yet but if the game is a 32bit Binary, it wouldn't matter the amount of GDDR5 on the card at all, it will use 2GB DDR and 2GB GDDR5 (if available - GPUs with 1GB will mean 3GB DDR would be used).
ADDENDUM: Just spoke to someone who has the game and it comes in both 32 and 64bit. So 64bit will use as much resources it can, including System RAM also
[Edited by DABhand, 1/27/2015 9:34:17 PM]
I have the below setup and have never experienced dos drop, apprently it's affecting some high end systems and no one knows why. It's all over the forum at the moment, they are asking for dxdiag and logs from the game to try and fix.
Intel i7 3ghz
I can play any other game on max settings and experience no issues, but everytime I come accross a spitter my game drops in fps.. So strange
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