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Is there any DCS 2.5 cpu benchmark anywherE?


leonzzz

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title say all .

 

i'm wondering how a fresh i7 8000 serie perform compared to my old and venerable 2600k .

 

framerate while using targeting system is not smooth. as soon as i off it , framerate climb again to a comfortable 40 - 50 fps

 

ps: where is the bottleneck ?


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I don't believe there's a CPU comparison yet, but in general the 8600/8700 are about 20% faster than the classic 2600/2700. What monitor resolution (or VR) and graphics card do you have? We can't know where the bottleneck is magically!


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If you only have poor performance when the targeting system (in the A-10C?) is active, decrease "Res. of Cockpit Displays" in the graphics options.

 

Your graphics card is also old and if you upgraded to a 1060 or 1070, you would probably get a lot better performance and be able to increase graphics options a lot. But if you're happy with your graphics options and performance except when using the targeting system, start changing "Res. of Cockpit Displays" to 256.

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It seems i'm not the only one affected by this problem.

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=3396230&postcount=28

 

and he plays with a 1080Ti ...

 

i tried to reduce the cockpit resolution. it seems to have no impact at all. either visually or performance. but i double check with gpuz , when my framerate drop , the gpu load is still at 99% . that make me think that's a gpu bottleneck.


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The onboard cockpit resolution only matters with modern airframes that have MFD's in the cockpit.

 

Ka-50, A-10C, M2000, etc. but not with UH-1H, Mi-8, any WWII Prop, etc...

 

 

So if you test this in a Fw-190 you wont see any change but you will with any of the above modern airframes. Actually, below 512 is hard to read. Every Frame is a setting you should not activate, it kills fps and frametime, 1024 ( not every frame ! ) is plenty and good to read.

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Cockpit resolution also affects mirrors, so all aircraft with mirrors are concerned (with some aircraft it seems to be actually bugged, but I've just tried with Su-25 : cockpit resolution setting and sync every frame or not affect mirrors)

 

ahh, good to know ! Thank You ;)

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Cockpit resolution also affects mirrors, so all aircraft with mirrors are concerned (with some aircraft it seems to be actually bugged, but I've just tried with Su-25 : cockpit resolution setting and sync every frame or not affect mirrors)

Oh, really? That's interesting. Maybe I can activate mirrors if I use a lower resolution then.

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