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3 years ago#11
We'll have to see what the next batch of drivers might do for performance gains in the game. But I'm not too worried about it, since it's 30fps in 1600p with a 780ti I'm not too worried about playing it on a 680 at 1080p
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3 years ago#12
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
aak57 posted...
Wouldn't Witcher 2 on maximum mean ubersampling? Blacklist and MP3 (and apparently AC4) are harder to run than that? Huh.

The Witcher 2 is no longer hard to max. I play with everything maxed, including ubersampling, at 1080p with my GTX 780.


You say that like your card is a low-end or mid-range card - of course you can max it if you drop $600-1000 on a video card. Most people aren't using $600 video cards though, so it is still a fairly demanding title.


Well, I mean compared to other demanding games, The Witcher 2 is no longer at the top and considered "hard to max" even by enthusiasts.
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3 years ago#13
Hmm....no Battlefield 4 yet huh....
3 years ago#14
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
aak57 posted...
Wouldn't Witcher 2 on maximum mean ubersampling? Blacklist and MP3 (and apparently AC4) are harder to run than that? Huh.

The Witcher 2 is no longer hard to max. I play with everything maxed, including ubersampling, at 1080p with my GTX 780.


You say that like your card is a low-end or mid-range card - of course you can max it if you drop $600-1000 on a video card. Most people aren't using $600 video cards though, so it is still a fairly demanding title.


Well, I mean compared to other demanding games, The Witcher 2 is no longer at the top and considered "hard to max" even by enthusiasts.


I get ~20fps on the Witcher 2 with a GTX 780 on 1440p.
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3 years ago#15
_Marka_Ragnos_ posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
aak57 posted...
Wouldn't Witcher 2 on maximum mean ubersampling? Blacklist and MP3 (and apparently AC4) are harder to run than that? Huh.

The Witcher 2 is no longer hard to max. I play with everything maxed, including ubersampling, at 1080p with my GTX 780.


You say that like your card is a low-end or mid-range card - of course you can max it if you drop $600-1000 on a video card. Most people aren't using $600 video cards though, so it is still a fairly demanding title.


Well, I mean compared to other demanding games, The Witcher 2 is no longer at the top and considered "hard to max" even by enthusiasts.


I get ~20fps on the Witcher 2 with a GTX 780 on 1440p.


Weird. The image in the OP shows the average being around 45 fps @ 1600p. I know that's with a 780 Ti and not a normal 780, but your performance shouldn't be much worse, especially with the resolution being less.
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3 years ago#16
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
aak57 posted...
Wouldn't Witcher 2 on maximum mean ubersampling? Blacklist and MP3 (and apparently AC4) are harder to run than that? Huh.

The Witcher 2 is no longer hard to max. I play with everything maxed, including ubersampling, at 1080p with my GTX 780.


You say that like your card is a low-end or mid-range card - of course you can max it if you drop $600-1000 on a video card. Most people aren't using $600 video cards though, so it is still a fairly demanding title.


Well, I mean compared to other demanding games, The Witcher 2 is no longer at the top and considered "hard to max" even by enthusiasts.


Yeah, and I really don't understand the big deal about ubersampling, the effects seem to be subtle at best and it absolutely destroys performance.
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3 years ago#17
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
JKatarn posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
aak57 posted...
Wouldn't Witcher 2 on maximum mean ubersampling? Blacklist and MP3 (and apparently AC4) are harder to run than that? Huh.

The Witcher 2 is no longer hard to max. I play with everything maxed, including ubersampling, at 1080p with my GTX 780.


You say that like your card is a low-end or mid-range card - of course you can max it if you drop $600-1000 on a video card. Most people aren't using $600 video cards though, so it is still a fairly demanding title.


Well, I mean compared to other demanding games, The Witcher 2 is no longer at the top and considered "hard to max" even by enthusiasts.


Yeah, and I really don't understand the big deal about ubersampling, the effects seem to be subtle at best and it absolutely destroys performance.


It's basically just there to inflate requirements.
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3 years ago#18
Isn't ubersampling basically just their word for supersampling?
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3 years ago#19
Anyone know how it will perform at 1080p?
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3 years ago#20
Hypnotizer posted...
Anyone know how it will perform at 1080p?


Probably perfectly. These cards are overkill for 1080p.
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