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Performance for Intel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by boogerslop, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. boogerslop

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    So I'm probably going to get a 9700k 8c/8t and I was wondering in 0.17 update how many cars I can run in traffic, if anyone has this cpu and can tell me how many they can run at 60 fps that would be great.
     
  2. SmokingTiresGaming

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    I'd imagine atleast 8 ,but this depends on what resolution and gpu you will be be using.
     
  3. boogerslop

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    I mean how many cars can the 9700k simulate i'll be at 1080p and with a 1080 ti so that's not the issue
     
  4. Kreunz

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    I'd say a good amount. With 9600k and 1070 I can run 10 cars at 45fps, 8 cars at 55fps and 6 cars at 65fps. Tested on east cost with high graphics.
     
  5. ManfredE3

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    From my experience on max graphics the game is happy at 1 vehicle per physical core, 1 per thread if you turn some of the demanding settings (like dynamic reflections) down.
     
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    With my 8600k (6 core 6 thread) running at 4.3 Ghz paired with a 1060 6GB I can easily run 5 ai cars on more demanding maps like Italy and WCUSA, and I can run 6-7 on less demanding maps like Utah and even ECUSA without going under 60 FPS.
     
  7. boogerslop

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    Ok, thanks this is helpful, I wish there was a megawall of cpu benchmarks for beamng lol.
     
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    Not sure if this is the most updated one, but here:

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rM7DVQ6EQcuSGA_swp6CJw4UNDxX_RN8ArObRdihWXs/edit#gid=0

    Also, it would be better to get a CPU with 8c/16t. The one you want might not perform as expected because it has the same amount of threads as cores. I don't have a Intel CPU, but instead it's a Ryzen 5 2600 with 5c/12t & I can run 7 AI cars with mine being the 8th on American Road at Normal-ish settings at 45-75fps
     
  9. boogerslop

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    "not most updated" well no kidding, all of the cpus are before older than than 5 years
     
  10. esesel

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    Get ryzen 3000, i have a 9900k and a 2070 super and never tested with more than 10 cars, but dont have any problems
     
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  11. boogerslop

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    why are you using a cpu the same price as your gpu, you're gonna get bottlenecked in games.
     
  12. esesel

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    i very much built this pc for beamng. i dont really play other games. to go for a better gpu on 1080p wasnt worth it imo
     
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