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Ryse sone of rome Comparison video PC vs XONE

Mehwish
Level 10
Hi Friends,

Check the comparios video of awesome graphics game and let me know your feedback.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_sx8xz18Tg&feature=youtu.be

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ConkersGrillfor
Level 9
Crytek put a lot of effort into this time-exclusive title, I was impressed when I saw the first gameplays at E3 2013 and I hoped it would make it's way to other platforms. The PC version has more details and offers a better clearer view of objects which are in farer distance, but to be able to do this it needs better hardware too. The most important factors are given, the game runs fluently on both systems and the gaming experience is the same.
While the game runs at 900p resolution on the Xbox One, PC offers resolutions up to 4K, which needs at least an AMD R9 290X or a Nvidia GTX 780Ti to run at a reasonable framerate.

I would like to see a comparison between an APU from Intel and AMD vs the Xbox One, to see what is then possible on the PC respectively if you can hit the same level of performance.
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ConkersGrillforce1337 wrote:
Crytek put a lot of effort into this time-exclusive title, I was impressed when I saw the first gameplays at E3 2013 and I hoped it would make it's way to other platforms. The PC version has more details and offers a better clearer view of objects which are in farer distance, but to be able to do this it needs better hardware too. The most important factors are given, the game runs fluently on both systems and the gaming experience is the same.
While the game runs at 900p resolution on the Xbox One, PC offers resolutions up to 4K, which needs at least an AMD R9 290X or a Nvidia GTX 780Ti to run at a reasonable framerate.

I would like to see a comparison between an APU from Intel and AMD vs the Xbox One, to see what is then possible on the PC respectively if you can hit the same level of performance.


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Intel i7 3930k @4.4
Asus rampage iv extreme
kingston hyperx beast 32gb ram 2400 mhz
Samsung Pro 512mb
AMD Radeon HD 7990 (Custom Cooling Loop for GPU)
Corsair Hydro series 100i
Cooler Master HAF XM Case.
Intel i7 5930k
Asus X99-Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 16gb DDR4 3000MHZ
Samsung Pro 512mb
AMD Radeon HD 7990 (Custom Cooling Loop for GPU)
Corsair Hydro series 100i
Cooler Master HAF XM Case

Mehwish wrote:
Please check my super system config below,

Intel i7 3930k @4.4
Asus rampage iv extreme
kingston hyperx beast 32gb ram 2400 mhz
Samsung Pro 512mb
AMD Radeon HD 7990 (Custom Cooling Loop for GPU)
Corsair Hydro series 100i
Cooler Master HAF XM Case.

512Mb SSD, hahahahahahahahaha XD

The HD7990 is a good card, had a HD6990 for testing once, still a beast in gaming performance and without a doubt capable to run Ryse Son of Rome at max. settings.
Overclocked 6core and an H100i, I highly doubt this is a good combination. A Corsair H110 or a similar product delivers much better cooling performance here. Multicoreprocessing in games isn't widely spread at the moment, there's almost no difference between a 4core and a 6core. I hope with the new Assassin's Creed with lots of NPCs we will see a difference between 4/6/8cores.
Desktop: Xigmatek Elysium | Rampage IV Extreme | i7-3960X | G.Skill 32Gb DDR3 2133Mhz|fastest Asus MarsII on the planet:cool: core 950Mhz| Kingston HyperX SSD 240Gb + 300Gb Intel 300series SSD + Velociraptor 600Gb + 3TB HDD | Enermax Maxrevo 1500W| 3xDell U2412m |
Laptop: Samsung 940X3G | i7-4500U | 8Gb RAM | 256Gb SSD | 13.3" 3200x1800 |

ConkersGrillforce1337 wrote:
512Mb SSD, hahahahahahahahaha XD

The HD7990 is a good card, had a HD6990 for testing once, still a beast in gaming performance and without a doubt capable to run Ryse Son of Rome at max. settings.
Overclocked 6core and an H100i, I highly doubt this is a good combination. A Corsair H110 or a similar product delivers much better cooling performance here. Multicoreprocessing in games isn't widely spread at the moment, there's almost no difference between a 4core and a 6core. I hope with the new Assassin's Creed with lots of NPCs we will see a difference between 4/6/8cores.


Bro with 1TB HDD WD.
Intel i7 5930k
Asus X99-Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 16gb DDR4 3000MHZ
Samsung Pro 512mb
AMD Radeon HD 7990 (Custom Cooling Loop for GPU)
Corsair Hydro series 100i
Cooler Master HAF XM Case

Mehwish wrote:
Bro with 1TB HDD WD.

Still 512Mb XD
hahahahahahahhahahahahaha
Desktop: Xigmatek Elysium | Rampage IV Extreme | i7-3960X | G.Skill 32Gb DDR3 2133Mhz|fastest Asus MarsII on the planet:cool: core 950Mhz| Kingston HyperX SSD 240Gb + 300Gb Intel 300series SSD + Velociraptor 600Gb + 3TB HDD | Enermax Maxrevo 1500W| 3xDell U2412m |
Laptop: Samsung 940X3G | i7-4500U | 8Gb RAM | 256Gb SSD | 13.3" 3200x1800 |