This is definitely a game where most people are going to have to tweak if they want 60fps - even at 1080. 1440 is gonna be fun tweaking for this game...
Maxwell vs GCN seems pretty even. Kepler is hurting (280X vs 770, ouch).
2GB cards be hurtin.
And again for reference, my settings and specs.
Vertical sync: Not in game, using RTSS set to 60.
Anisotropic level: 16x
Texture quality: Very High
Water detail: Very High
Water tessellation: On
LOD factor: Very High
Shadow quality: High
Motion blur: Off
Edge fade: On
Global illumination: On
Screen-space reflections: On
Bokeh depth of field: Off
i5 2500k @ 4.5 GHz
EVGA GTX 970 SSC @ 1417 (memory stock)
16GB DDR3 @1866
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB
Kinda worried about my i5-4690k with all this CPU talk, especially with it still being stock.
Planning on running at 1920x1080 with a GTX 970.
Hopefully by the time I get to play this weekend there'll be a driver update at least to stabilise things a bit. Sounds like using FXAA instead of SMAA and turning off the online is the best way to go at the moment.
pcgameshardware.de said:Overall, the game scales well with existing processor cores, without bringing something new to the table. The minimum requirement of a speedy quad-core processor seems to to be exaggerated, Just Cause 3 can be played properly with a Core i3 (4000 series Haswell series) with enabled Hyperthreading, even at 2.5 GHz clock speed 62 fps are possible on average (real core i3-4xxx chips generally run with more than 3 GHz) .
Missing Hyperthreading, for example on the Pentium Anniversary, the FPS drop off significantly and hit below the minimum value of the sub- critical 40 fps range . This however can be counteracted by using a higher core clock (4 GHz) which brings everything back to 'green' areas, even on 2 cores without Hyperthreading.
I've installed the new AMD drivers and reset and still getting this Tried every LOD and texture option. Funny thing is everything else is at high settings and moving like a dream, just these triangles everywhere
I love my 980 Ti and Andy's amazing guides, but seriously fuck Nvidia.
Nvidia says that a "mid-to-high 90 percent" of its users already use GeForce experience to download drivers with a single click. Still, the new login requirements are likely to be seen as an unnecessary burden to many users, especially those concerned about their privacy and handing out their personal information.
Are you sure? I can only see they are not available yet. Manuel said "tomorrow" 15 hours ago.
So it begins.
It finally happened I guess...sigh.
It is for now, so what ?Isn't Geforce Experience free to download?