R9 290x BF4 120hz.

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#1 Edited by AMD655 (4495 posts) -

#2 Posted by PredatorRules (7080 posts) -

Imagine R9 OC...

#3 Posted by PredatorRules (7080 posts) -

*290 OC

#5 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23371 posts) -

that's pretty bad performance

lots of frame rate dropping

should be 144+ at all times

#6 Edited by kraken2109 (12950 posts) -

Dat off-screen recording

#7 Edited by JigglyWiggly_ (23371 posts) -

Dat off-screen recording

He would need a capture card on another computer otherwise though.

#8 Posted by kraken2109 (12950 posts) -
#10 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23371 posts) -

Because he's showing his framerate. Top right of the screen, a screen recorder would hurt those fps.

#11 Edited by trastamad03 (4852 posts) -

Is that the fan of the GPU? I knew it was noisy, but THAT noisy...

#12 Edited by _SKatEDiRt_ (2566 posts) -

Welp looks like im waiting a few years for a DECENT gpu upgrade.

#13 Edited by lostrib (31793 posts) -

Is that the fan of the GPU? I knew it was noisy, but THAT noisy...

sounds like it

#14 Edited by bigfootpart2 (89 posts) -

@JigglyWiggly_ said:

that's pretty bad performance

lots of frame rate dropping

should be 144+ at all times

I know right. 100+ FPS on ultra in one of the most intensive games out today? Such horrible performance. He should throw that card in the trash immediately.

#15 Posted by MlauTheDaft (3018 posts) -

Because he's showing his framerate. Top right of the screen, a screen recorder would hurt those fps.

MSI afterburner has little to no impact.

#16 Edited by kitty (114329 posts) -

@JigglyWiggly_ said:

Because he's showing his framerate. Top right of the screen, a screen recorder would hurt those fps.

MSI afterburner has little to no impact.

Be warned Jiggly likes really high fps :P

#17 Edited by MlauTheDaft (3018 posts) -

Fair enough..

I might've just given noobie advice to a connoisseur then :(

That being said, Afterburner really does'nt have much of an impact (as long as your framerate is constantly above your record setting, that seems to bork my videos).

#18 Edited by godonholiday (342 posts) -

@trastamad03 said:

Is that the fan of the GPU? I knew it was noisy, but THAT noisy...

Nope it seems to be his H100i maxed out.

I have a gtx590.. thinking about this or the 290. Not 100% what the x gets you?

Either way i'll wait till next year and the 3rd party coolers

EDIT - Actually.. it probably is the card: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpD_r53qxJc

still waiting for the 3rd party coolers

#19 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23371 posts) -

@JigglyWiggly_ said:

that's pretty bad performance

lots of frame rate dropping

should be 144+ at all times

I know right. 100+ FPS on ultra in one of the most intensive games out today? Such horrible performance. He should throw that card in the trash immediately.

ya def

#20 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23371 posts) -

@JigglyWiggly_ said:

Because he's showing his framerate. Top right of the screen, a screen recorder would hurt those fps.

MSI afterburner has little to no impact.

it does hurt fps quite a bit and would destroy the point of the video

the only recorder that i've used that barely hurts fps is shadowplay

obs w/ quicksync, msi afterburner, dxtory all hurt performance significantly more.

#21 Edited by lostrib (31793 posts) -

@MlauTheDaft said:

@JigglyWiggly_ said:

Because he's showing his framerate. Top right of the screen, a screen recorder would hurt those fps.

MSI afterburner has little to no impact.

it does hurt fps quite a bit and would destroy the point of the video

the only recorder that i've used that barely hurts fps is shadowplay

obs w/ quicksync, msi afterburner, dxtory all hurt performance significantly more.

Also, i don't think MSI afterburner would work because BF4 is 64bit

#22 Posted by ConorHat (138 posts) -

Wow you really have to start the game through a web page? That's .... different.

#23 Posted by lostrib (31793 posts) -

@conorhat said:

Wow you really have to start the game through a web page? That's .... different.

that's how it was in BF3. It's called battlelog, people made quite a big deal about it

#24 Edited by clyde46 (43675 posts) -

God dam thats loud!

#25 Posted by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -

Yes high framerate is important and it's great.. but the dips. The dips kill it. But you can thank the video drivers for that. Perhaps, when they improve the drivers.. it will be smoother one day.

#26 Posted by Postmortem123 (7568 posts) -

it does hurt fps quite a bit and would destroy the point of the video

the only recorder that i've used that barely hurts fps is shadowplay

obs w/ quicksync, msi afterburner, dxtory all hurt performance significantly more.

Ya shadowplay is pretty good, I noticed a less than 10fps drop on BF4 when using it.