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How good will my GTX780ti perfom?

Hi all

I was wondering how well the GTX780ti does in Assassin's Creed Black Flag on a resolution of 5930x1080, do any of you have any idea? Can't really find it on the web...

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i would thow in a second one to get decent fps

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I dunno... 30ish FPS?

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It should perform pretty well, you probably won't be maxing it out though.

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if you set the detail level to medium it well be around 40 fps also OC the 780ti to 1100 gpu core & 8000 ram 

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If I were to make a complete guess, medium-high for 45+ fps average. 

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Edit: 10fps

 

 

That's Assassin's Creed Unity :P

 

I can test it for you, but I don't have the game downloaded so I probably wouldn't get back to you for a day or two.

That would be great, thanks!

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That's Assassin's Creed Unity :P

That would be great, thanks!

2014-12-22 20:37:27 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 11291 - Time: 358334ms - Avg: 31.510 - Min: 17 - Max: 53

2014-12-22 20:44:19 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 7746 - Time: 235609ms - Avg: 32.877 - Min: 28 - Max: 41

2014-12-22 20:49:23 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 11711 - Time: 285576ms - Avg: 41.008 - Min: 34 - Max: 48

I did a playthrough of the opening level, that's what I got (skipping the cutscenes). This is with a 1250MHz overclock on the 780 Ti and a 4.0GHz i7-2600K, everything on max settings including PhysX, and anti-aliasing set to SMAA at a resolution of 5760x1080 (that is what you meant to say right?). Overall, it was certainly playable.

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2014-12-22 20:37:27 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 11291 - Time: 358334ms - Avg: 31.510 - Min: 17 - Max: 53

2014-12-22 20:44:19 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 7746 - Time: 235609ms - Avg: 32.877 - Min: 28 - Max: 41

2014-12-22 20:49:23 - AC4BFSP

Frames: 11711 - Time: 285576ms - Avg: 41.008 - Min: 34 - Max: 48

I did a playthrough of the opening level, that's what I got (skipping the cutscenes). This is with a 1250MHz overclock on the 780 Ti and a 4.0GHz i7-2600K, everything on max settings including PhysX, and anti-aliasing set to SMAA at a resolution of 5760x1080 (that is what you meant to say right?). Overall, it was certainly playable.

I have it installed now and I play it on 5930x1080 (bezel-corrected) with everything maxed except for AA - set to MSAAx4 and Shadows set to High.

With this I have an average of 41FPS, which is enough for me to play it :)

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