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Posted · Original PosterOP

Any recommendation u got there? 


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Maybe Forza Horizon 4?


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1 minute ago, BetteBalterZen said:

Maybe Forza Horizon 4?

More than anything, Forza Horizon 4 uses a ton of memory and VRAM. Turn on MSAA and watch any GPU with 4GB of VRAM struggle outside of dynamic settings, especially above 1080p. 

Source: own a Fury X. By all accounts it could run FH4 at 2160p60... if only it had more VRAM.


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1 minute ago, BetteBalterZen said:

Maybe Forza Horizon 4?

The reason why im asking this question because my cpu and my ram cant handle very well game like csgo or cpu bound else. I want to check a game with gpu bound


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Just now, handymanshandle said:

More than anything, Forza Horizon 4 uses a ton of memory and VRAM. Turn on MSAA and watch any GPU with 4GB of VRAM struggle outside of dynamic settings, especially above 1080p. 

Source: own a Fury X. By all accounts it could run FH4 at 2160p60... if only it had more VRAM.

Im playing it at high-mostly ultra settings. Got a stable 75FPS with 50% usage


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2 minutes ago, handymanshandle said:

More than anything, Forza Horizon 4 uses a ton of memory and VRAM. Turn on MSAA and watch any GPU with 4GB of VRAM struggle outside of dynamic settings, especially above 1080p. 

Source: own a Fury X. By all accounts it could run FH4 at 2160p60... if only it had more VRAM.

Maybe that game is fully optimized at my situation right now. 


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11 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

AAA single player action/adventure/rpg games

the title? 1 is witcher 3 


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In Forza Horizon 4, I have everything maxed out but only 4x MSAA and no FXAA, playing in 5120x1440p and I have between 55FPS (lowest) and 80FPS-ish (highest), avg FPS around 65FPS with a 1080 Ti blowerstyle ~1800MHz


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4 minutes ago, BetteBalterZen said:

In Forza Horizon 4, I have everything maxed out but only 4x MSAA and no FXAA, playing in 5120x1440p and I have between 55FPS (lowest) and 80FPS-ish (highest), avg FPS around 65FPS with a 1080 Ti blowerstyle ~1800MHz

I dont know only forza works well for me.

 

Other games is having a fps drop and make the game microstutter and feel not smooth. 

 

I want to try gpu bound to prove my gpu is okay, that why i asked it. Thanks


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Pritty much any 'modern' non indie game will put a heavy load on any GPU at 4k resolutions.

If u have a 1080p displays just downsample.

 

However, a good rule of thumb is this.

 

If its single player, and does NOT have a console version, it will likely be a GPU bound game.

 

if its multiplayer, and/or has a console version it will be either CPU bound or be to poorly optimized/run a poor game engine, to be heavily GPU bound.


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54 minutes ago, XandersWithS said:

The reason why im asking this question because my cpu and my ram cant handle very well game like csgo or cpu bound else. I want to check a game with gpu bound

Try cap the frame to below average or barely minimum. 


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3 hours ago, xAcid9 said:

Try cap the frame to below average or barely minimum. 

Thats a good idea until i got my ideal cpu to handle all games. Now its fine, but it only me like csgo, the highest fps can stay like that, but the drop tho. So annoying. Im playing gta before no vsync, now its better with vsync


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3 hours ago, SolarNova said:

Pritty much any 'modern' non indie game will put a heavy load on any GPU at 4k resolutions.

If u have a 1080p displays just downsample.

 

However, a good rule of thumb is this.

 

If its single player, and does NOT have a console version, it will likely be a GPU bound game.

 

if its multiplayer, and/or has a console version it will be either CPU bound or be to poorly optimized/run a poor game engine, to be heavily GPU bound.

Downsample is DSR feature? 


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1 minute ago, XandersWithS said:

Downsample is DSR feature? 

indeed.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 4/18/2020 at 12:31 AM, SolarNova said:

indeed.

Oh thats a good idea until i got a new cpu upgrade to maximize the GPU use. I cant do OC.


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