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  1. Dell G7 17-7700 i9-10885H RTX 2070 Super 32GB 2933mhz RAM 17.3" 300hz display 1TB ssd Windows 10 $1542.60 +tax Sorry, I just couldn't keep it a secret any longer. :D
  2. Diminishing returns. Even running super demanding benchmarks it doesn't really get hotter than that. Just having 8 active cores generates a good amount of heat, no matter if they're at 40% or 100%. But there are lots of redundant protections in place that would throttle it back if temps get too hot. EDIT: Also, another factor is that during that 41% utilization, the Core0 main core may have very well been at 100%. I forgot about that, sometimes the main core takes a higher load than the others and reaching 100% on one core may have been the cause of that brief 88C max temp.
  3. I did some more testing today. Everything the same as my OP, but this time I just went with Ultra Preset for all graphics, and disabled all the bottom right extra settings like Bloom, SSAO, Motion blur, etc... This time around I got the following results... FPS (Min/Avg/Max): 60/80/100+ CPU Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): 20/35/41 RAM Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): Avg of about 12-14gb or 37%-44% GPU Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): 2/30/100 CPU Temperature in Celsius (Min/Avg/Max): 34/72/88 GPU Temperature in Celsius (Min/Avg/Max): 34/68/78
  4. Depends on your budget and your performance expectations. Be as specific as possible so we can help you more. Something like "My budget is $2000 but I'd really like to stay under $1500 if at all possible. I'll be playing Game1, Game2, and Game3, and I'd like to be able to play those on High or Ultra settings with 60+ FPS. I'd also like to be able to play AAA titles on high/ultra settings for the next X years. I prefer 17" models but a 15" would be ok. I really want a display that is at least 144hz, and at least have 16gb ram and 512gb ssd." Just change these wishes to your own goals and I can definitely point you to a great deal. I'd tell you about the deal I got but nobody would believe me and it's not available anymore, it would just make people jealous if I talked about it here. lol.
  5. Apprently it's a problem with Unity, but is just a superficial error that does not effect the values. https://answers.unity.com/questions/242334/invalid-floats-in-playerprefs.html https://forum.unity.com/threads/closed-playerprefs-bug-on-windows.377763/
  6. It's really not though, at least not as well as I hoped it would. No bragging here. I'll go ahead and update my performance benchmarks with rough estimates for now to show you what I'm talking about, but will do some precise testing tomorrow when I get more time.
  7. But wouldn't "normal" be having all valid 64 bit values or DWORDs since my machine is 64 bit and the game is 64 bit?
  8. I haven't really tested this yet so I'll update with more accurate info later. Please post your PC/Laptop specs including CPU, GPU, RAM, Refresh rate of your monitor, SSD/HDD, as well as any other pertinent info like overclocking specs, undervolting specs, throttlestop settings, if you have liquid cooling, laptop cooling pad, or whatever else you'd like to share. Then post what graphics settings you use in the game. Then post min/avg/max FPS you get while playing. Bonus points for CPU/GPU/RAM utilization and what temps your CPU and GPU are seeing. I think sharing our performance benchmarks would help the player base as well as the devs, to see real world performance results from people using a variety of systems. System Specs: PC or Laptop?: Laptop Make and Model: Dell G7 17-7700 OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel i9-10885 8 core GPU: Nvidia RTX 2070 Super (non-Max Q) RAM: 32GB 2933mhz DDR4 Storage: 1TB SSD Monitor: 17.3" 300hz 300nits 1080p Overclocking: N/A Undervolting: N/A Throttlestop: I typically limit CPU Turbo Frequency to around 3.6-3.8ghz Cooling: I use this on my bed but have a piece of 3/4" thick foam insulation board that my laptop sits on to help cooling by allowing a little elevation for airflow, rather than letting it smother on soft blankets. No cooling pad or extra fans though. Graphics Settings: ---Display--- Resolution: 1920x1080 Fullscreen: Yes Dynamic Resolution Mode: Off Dynamic Resolution Min FPS: N/A Dynamic Resolution Scale: N/A Vsync: Off Brightness: 60% Field of View: 85 ---Quality--- Quality Preset: Custom Anti-Aliasing: Ultra Texture Quality: Full Texture Filter: Ultra+ UMA Texture Quality: High Reflection Quality: Ultra+ Reflected Shadows: On Shadows Distance: Far Water Quality: High Particles: 100% View Distance: High LOD Distance: 100% Terrain Quality: Ultra Grass Distance: High Object Quality: Ultra Occlusion: Off Bloom: On Depth of Field: Off Motion Blur: Off SSAO: On SS Reflections: High Sun Shafts: On Performance Benchmarks: EDIT: For now, these are rough estimates. Not all data is based on precise logs, some is just my observations in a brief 20 minute test tonight. Will update with much better data when I get more time. FPS (Min/Avg/Max): 35/65/80+ CPU Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): 20/34/50? RAM Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): Avg of about 12-14gb or 37%-44% GPU Utilization % (Min/Avg/Max): 2/34/100 CPU Temperature in Celsius (Min/Avg/Max): 36/69/93 GPU Temperature in Celsius (Min/Avg/Max): 34/64/81
  9. So I was trying to find an easy way to copy/paste all the graphics settings I use and found in the files that these settings were stored in the Registry of my PC, so I went there and found this... Are all those invalid DWORDs a problem that needs to be fixed for 64 bit OS's? Is there a 64 bit version I can install for better performance? I saw no 32/64bit options when installing from Steam.
  10. I feel like Nitro is close to being great, but until they fix that sawblade jaggedness issue on what should be smooth terrain, I just can't endorse it or use it. I remember it being a huge pain and you could only travel on roads because any smooth terrain was so jagged that it would tear up vehicles. Maybe Nitro has fixed that by now? It's been a long time since I've tried it.
  11. Just wondering why it takes 22 minutes to generate an 8k map. Alpha 19.2b3 i9-10885 RTX 2070 Super 32gb RAM It's been a while since I played and I seem to remember it used to take like 6-8 minutes tops. Is there a bug with the latest experimental release or something?
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