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2007-03-14, 23:44
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27594fps

Intel Conroe E6600 @ 2996MHz / 333MHz FSB
Asus P5B Deluxe
Corsair Twin2X2048C4 2GB 416MHz (833MHz DDR 4-4-4-12 timings)
nVIDIA 7900GTO @ stock speeds.



452,9fps with the demo provided (fps.qwd) at my gaming settings and with 24bit textures from re-texturing project.

(ezquake-gl.exe -width 1360 -height 768 -bpp 32 -zone 8192 -mem 512 -norjscripts -ruleset smackdown +cfg_load renzo)
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2007-03-22, 01:40
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sassa wrote:
there is a benchmark demo that comes with fquake.. why not use it since we all got fquaek installed (or do we?)

get it from here: http://quakeworld.nu/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1541

Is it possible to timedemo old .dem demos as well in EZ/Fuh? I haven't benched demo2 and bigass1
in aages. =)


/PaRa
2007-03-22, 01:54
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Renzo wrote:
Intel Conroe E6600 @ 2996MHz / 333MHz FSB
Asus P5B Deluxe
Corsair Twin2X2048C4 2GB 416MHz (833MHz DDR 4-4-4-12 timings)
nVIDIA 7900GTO @ stock speeds.

452,9fps with the demo provided (fps.qwd) at my gaming settings and with 24bit textures from re-texturing project.

Fuh: 176fps
Ez: 151fps

800x600 @ stock textures
P3-1Ghz/133Mhz FSB
Aopen AX6BC Pro
GeForce440MX @ stock image quality and clockrate settings


/PaRa
2007-03-22, 11:47
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we were trying to record a new overkill.qwd with 32 players and rate 100000 (to get a smooth demo), but it was really hard to gather 32 people on one server, and mvdsv/ktpro didn't support 32 players in being in the same room.

pity...
2007-03-22, 22:00
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Empezar wrote:
we were trying to record a new overkill.qwd with 32 players and rate 100000 (to get a smooth demo), but it was really hard to gather 32 people on one server, and mvdsv/ktpro didn't support 32 players in being in the same room.

pity...

use some bots?
2007-04-02, 04:30
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timedemo cmf vs koff e1m2 2007-3-15
35,105 frames 167.9 seconds 209.1 fps
'on 120 ping i have beaten mortuary dirtbox and reload' (tm) mz adrenalin
'i watched sting once very boring and not good at all' (tm) mz adrenalin
[i]'i shoulda won all
2007-04-02, 06:46
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GODIS! wrote:
Empezar wrote:
we were trying to record a new overkill.qwd with 32 players and rate 100000 (to get a smooth demo), but it was really hard to gather 32 people on one server, and mvdsv/ktpro didn't support 32 players in being in the same room.

pity...

use some bots?

fbca support 32 players in same room?

the problem with using bots is you cant tell them not to stand in the darkness and shoot boomstick (which doesn't eat up your fps as much as sng/lg), real people run around and use the weapons you tell them to. that way you also get a demo that doesn't really look like an fps demo but a real game demo, which is more fun.

i could try to make a bot demo with 32 players, but i dont think its possible
2007-04-16, 21:56
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hehe ok bots > human
2007-04-26, 14:07
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lets see who can do the fastest fart , no cheating by using outside wind conditions too your advantage... my fastest is 300mph but i followed through and craped myself so this could be seen as void
2007-04-27, 00:06
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HEHEH the best post so far
2007-07-28, 21:50
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PaRadiZer wrote:
Fuh: 176fps
Ez: 151fps

800x600 @ stock textures
P3-1Ghz/133Mhz FSB
Aopen AX6BC Pro
GeForce440MX @ stock image quality and clockrate settings

/PaRa

New setup:

EZQuake: 436fps

Intel Core 2 Duo 6300 @ 1.86GHz/266MHz FSB
ATI FireGL V3100 @ stock image quality and clockrate settings


/PaRa
2007-07-29, 05:23
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All the relevant info is in the screenshot.

This is my playing setup and I'm standing on top level of dm4 looking down at the bridge I get 730fps

Anisotropic filtering is 8x. (gl_anisotropy 8)

http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/1782/ezquake001sp5.jpg

Shot at 2007-07-28
2007-07-29, 05:30
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I get 245fps in fps.qwd, playing setup and sound on.
2007-07-31, 17:09
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timerefresh: 12633 fps - with a playable setup, not viewsize 1 and for 1
movie.cfg fps.qwd: 157 fps
play.cfg fps.qwd: 605 fps

But would be more fun if we all used the same .cfg like a preset from ezQuake or something
2007-07-31, 17:36
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2007-08-05, 12:29
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Heh, people are still using my dm2 bigroom benchmark demo? The 'l33t' nicks were a parody we used especially for this fun 'UKPL' league btw, 3v3v3v3v3 dmm3

Thing is at the time I recorded it (2000) most people were running software qwcl with p2/p3 class cpus (this was before new clients with fullbright skins in GL etc). I'd noticed on my old Celeron 300A @ 472.5 that fps sometimes would drop under 72 in bigroom down to like 60 or whatever. So in prewar with glowing players I figured it would be even worse and decided to try and make a new benchmark demo that would actually test 'modern' systems rather than the classic overkill.qwd from the 90s. When people said 'my system gets constant 72fps in qw' I'd use this to prove them wrong Essentially I wanted something to represent the 'worst case' scenario rather than your usual timedemos where the average looks fine because it's biased upwards by running around narrow corridors with not a lot happening.
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