Ryzen 3700x and 6800. My fps is like 30-40 in city and when running middle in forest around 100fps.
Got much better fps on my old gtx 960...
I really wanna play this game maxed settings on :(
I have the 6900XT and a 3080... Started playing DayZ yesterday again on the 3080 and it runs really good.
So since I have a second PC with a 6900XT in there, I played DayZ on it today and the FPS are pretty low. I tested the same location with the 3080 and got everything maxed out in 1440p 120-140FPS, with the 6900XT i get between 40 and 75 FPS, but also very inconsistent. Also the GPU wasn't running at full clock speeds, it runs between 1300 and 1500MHz, had to create a profile to force the GPU to run at 2250MHz, but that didn't really do the trick, FPS still very low.
I guess those are the driver issues everyone was talking about.
How does it run on a 5700XT?
Not the same game, but similar problems with my newly bought 6800 XT Red Devil....
(posted some of it in another reply, perhaps more fitting here)
The only observation that I have made where it isn't as good is in one game which bucks the trend. It is in an Indie game that I'm playing. "Workers and Resources Soviet Republic".
Having all the stats on the screen, from Afterburner, RTSS and HW Info I can see how it performs with the CPU and the GPU, in terms of load, clocks, fans etc and then GPS.
That game uses my 9900k @5ghz reasonably well. But hardly makes use of the GPU. However it does perform better in terms of the FPS on the 1080Ti than it does on the 6800xt. That is consistent.
That is a bit disappointing at they moment as it is my "go to" game.
Nvidia Gigabyte Aorus Extreme1080Ti....
AMD 6800XT Red Devil LE.....
Neither overclocked. GPU usage is low, as expected. But the 1080Ti does seem a much better performer in that title. The Red Devil can drop to a low of 20+FPS, the 1080Ti is around double that.
Drivers and optimisation for certain types of engines used by games perhaps..? Can't imagine that they'll focus on the game I mentioned, being an Indie type title, but hopefully it will get some help as newer drivers are released.
Others games in limited testing perform as expected.
Couldn't seem to place an image within the forum, but a link to it.
I guess those are the drivers...
Nvidia seems to be much better when it comes to that. Kind of a disappointment, even though the 6000 series performs well in most AAA titles. I guess non AAA titles don't sell GPUs and they don't focus at all on those!
I agree with that. I remember my last ATI card, going back to 2008. It was an ATI 4870 and that had performance issues, with both a Civ game and also a Total War one. Those would have been AAA titles at the time tho.
However putting my 1080Ti back and that game noted has returned to its previous performance levels, as well as one or two other Indie games that were also somewhat compromised. It is not just about a FPS number it is those averages hi / lo's that show erratic running that can be an issue.
I have the same issues. I have been trying everything. I just limited my clock speeds to under 2000 mhz and it seems to help out some. Also forcing your minimum clock above 2000 seems to do the same. Still...
It seems like when you are looking a certain direction in game, your gpu utilization drops a ton. I think its related to the direction you are pointed in the game
Not a single setting helps improve the issue. AAA titles run perfectly fine. DayZ runs terrible and didn't before my card change. GPU usage sitting at 30% at times. Terrible up and down fps. Older cards run this game twice as good as the 6800, might have to return the card to be honest.
Population: ONE, a VR title has a terrible flickering tree issue, similar to what DayZ used to do on the 6800.