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13 hours ago, LucShep said:

You mean the numbers on screen displaying stats (OSD, On Screen Display), I presume?

If so, that's something you can arrange with a software program called RivaTuner, usually combined with MSI Afterburner.

Both these two programs come in one installer.
Download it only from their official webpage, avoid fake versions: https://www.msi.com/Landing/afterburner/graphics-cards

Among so many other ones on Youtube, here are a couple video tutorial guides on Afterburner+Rivatuner, to get in-game OSD:

 

 

 

I already had MSI Afterburner installed. I have followed the tutorial in this video and it mostly work. But I am not able to display min average max fps or 0.1% 1% fps. Only main fps and frametime

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1 hour ago, jfri said:

I already had MSI Afterburner installed. I have followed the tutorial in this video and it mostly work. But I am not able to display min average max fps or 0.1% 1% fps. Only main fps and frametime

Well, maybe next time be more generous with words and explain yourself a little better...

It's a matter of checking the boxes on the parameters you want to see, right there, in Afterburner OSD options.
Plenty tutorials on the web and youtube vids if you find that difficult.

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13 hours ago, LucShep said:

Well, maybe next time be more generous with words and explain yourself a little better...

It's a matter of checking the boxes on the parameters you want to see, right there, in Afterburner OSD options.
Plenty tutorials on the web and youtube vids if you find that difficult.

More detailed description of what I do. In MSI Afterburner under properties I select monitoring. Then I click the checkbox 'show in on screen display' for  the framerate options a total of seven and I choose to display text. And those are then listed as 'in OSD' in the list above like the variables that do get displayed. But only the two first (framerate and frametime) are displayed in the game.Have tried several different games.

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On 1/7/2023 at 7:16 PM, Tiger-II said:

...or it could be that the 4070Ti is just rubbish, and it is more marketing hype by nVidia to justify people buying yet another overpriced, poorly performing card.

The 30xx cards were not that great vs. 2080, and I've not seen anything yet that makes me want to ditch my 1080.

You can't escape the fact the 4070Ti has extremely poor memory bandwidth vs. 3080. 192-bit vs. 384-bit makes the 4070Ti a joke.

Junk is junk, no matter what number you slap on it.

 

If you are only using flatscreen, the 1080 Ti is good enough, even up to around 4k, though it is definitely straining then. 

VR is where it falls flat on its face. 

On the 4070Ti, at least in the Il-2 testing it does seem to be a little worse than the 3080 in 4k, which probably means it's going to fall behind in VR as well. 

I'd expect a used 3090 to handle DCS VR a bit better than a 4070 Ti for the price. However, I'd also expect a 7900 XT to handle it better once/if AMD gets their driver support in order. That could be a year out though. 

That said, it does seem to be on par with the 3080 Ti/3090, and it is looking like AMD is mostly trying to clear their RDNA2 stock out before dropping the 7900 XT price. But it's really hard to recommend anything right now. 

Basically, if I've got the money to burn, the 4080 and 4090 are great cards for VR. The RDNA3 cards should, in the future, become good VR performers, but that day is not today. The 4070 TI seems marginal compared to last gen, but with the used market still being so high it's hard to recommend stuff. 

Maybe a 6950 XT if you have to buy now? Those are going for $700 now, while AMD clears stock out, and the RDNA2 drivers are a lot more mature than the RDNA3 ones.


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