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    Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Square Enix benchmark supports HDR and 4K visuals, weighs in at 3.37GB.
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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Not AMD friendly then...
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    That is some serious storage requirements for one game! Understandable given the content, especially if all of the pre rendered videos now come with 4k versions to boot. But still, over 155GB for the 4k install, jeeeez.

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    So how does that score chart translate into actually FPS performance?

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Used quick math to figure out that if I wanted the 4K version of the game, assuming it was not compressed and I needed to download 155GB, it'd take me 12.25 days straight doing nothing else.

    Considering the hardware requirements, if they want this to be popular, it needs to have some rather revolutionary gameplay.

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    lol over 155gb for 4K. It makes sense and is in line with a large game having native 4K everything. But still, that's a huge chunk of of the ol' drive.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozaron View Post
    Used quick math to figure out that if I wanted the 4K version of the game, assuming it was not compressed and I needed to download 155GB, it'd take me 12.25 days straight doing nothing else.

    Considering the hardware requirements, if they want this to be popular, it needs to have some rather revolutionary gameplay.
    Jesus mate, who runs your internet, carrier pigeon ?

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Jesus mate, who runs your internet, carrier pigeon ?
    It's just a process of digital diffusion...

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Carrier pidgeon would be substantially better at moving big files like this

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    doesn't load, just crashes when trying on a PhenomII 1090t and 750ti

    looks like the minimums are actually minimums for once.


    will try it again later on my sisters ryzen 1600 and 4gb RX-480

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Not really, the minimums are fx 6100 and gtx 760 for 720p, low, 30fps.
    I ran it on the medium 1080p settings with an fx6300 and a 670 and scored 3915. That's the 4th from bottom score section for 1080p, with the 2nd from bottom being the minimum playable for 1080.
    In the 720p low results it lists the 760 at 6109. Looks generous with the minimum specs, probably missing instructions on the phenom.
    Last edited by jamz4; 02-02-2018 at 06:04 PM.

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

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    Not AMD friendly then...
    Looks like AMD drivers still need some maturization.

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    On the topic of AMD drivers and Final Fantasy:

    Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.2.1 Highlights

    Support For: Final Fantasy® 12: The Zodiac Age

    Resolved Issues:

    Radeon FreeSync may rapidly change between min and max range when enabled causing stutter in fullscreen games on single display system configurations.
    Sid Meier's Civilization® V may fail to launch on Hybrid Graphics system configurations when using DirectX®9 API.
    Radeon FreeSync may exhibit a black screen on some games when using Samsung™ CF791 displays.
    Radeon Chill game settings profiles may fail to enable on Vulkan™ API games.
    Radeon Overlay may fail to open in some Vulkan™ API games.
    Need for Speed™ Payback may exhibit corruption on some terrain.
    Textures in Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3 V Generation™ may appear corrupted or exhibit flickering colours.

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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    100GB~155GB!! LOLWTFBBQ.



    Wowsers. I better hope this is the next Crysis - 30FPS at 4K using a GTX1080TI. A GTX1080 cannot even get 60FPS at qHD!!

    BTW,my PC started sobbing. I need to console it.




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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Kimbie View Post
    So how does that score chart translate into actually FPS performance?
    12000 or greater Extremely High The game will run exceedingly well. A high frame rate is possible and even richer graphical settings can be used.
    9000 to 11999 Very High You can expect the game to run very comfortably. A high frame rate is possible and even higher quality graphical settings can be used.
    6000 to 8999 High You can expect the game to run comfortably. It should run smoothly, even at higher graphics settings.
    4500 to 5999 Fairly High A standard level of performance can be expected. Adjustments to the graphics settings are recommended if possible.
    3000 to 4499 Standard A standard level of performance can be expected.
    2500 to 2999 Slightly Low It is possible to play the game, but you may experience a burden on processing when performing some actions. Adjustments to the graphics settings are recommended.
    2000 to 2499 Low It is possible to play the game, but all actions will feel sluggish overall. There is a chance that the performance may improve with adjustments to the graphics settings or display resolution.
    0 to 1999 Insufficient The system does not meet the minimum requirements to run the game.

    Doesn't answer your question about FPS I know but still
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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    For anyone that maybe interested, ran the benchmark at 1920x1080 on high.

    Ryzen 7 1700x (not overclocked)
    GTX 1080

    Score : 7717
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    Re: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark released for Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    For anyone that maybe interested, ran the benchmark at 1920x1080 on high.

    Ryzen 7 1700x (not overclocked)
    GTX 1080

    Score : 7717
    That is worse than Ark!!!!!??


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