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  1. Stress Test vol.14

    With this latest build in offline mode I have very poor performance. My system struggles to reach more than 40 fps, dropping to 30 at times. With the same settings in the previous build I would easily have 70 fps even in cities.
  2. The worst game ever

    Well fortunately you can rest assured you did your utmost to help it become a better game! Thanks for taking the trouble to post your experience.
  3. BattleEye client not responding.

    Do you see me formulate an apology anywhere? I don't know about you but I will give my judgement about the game WHEN IT'S FINISHED.
  4. BattleEye client not responding.

    Sounds to me like you still have plenty to learn about this game, like where it's likely to find people and ways to not die of thirst. Well whatever, your loss.
  5. BattleEye client not responding.

    Be patient and join a full server, those don't seem to have the BE problem. The only reason you see low and medium pop servers is BECAUSE they have the BE issue.
  6. 0.63 Stresstest is shame

    I don't think you really understand what the stress tests are about...
  7. Stress Test vol.11

    With a weekend of play ahead I really wished we could at least save our characters!
  8. Stress Test vol.7

    Playing the latest version offline I fell through the map. I was near NWAF (you can see the plane wreck circled). I was southeast corner of the hill behind which the airfield is, there are some military watchtowers there (the green/steel ones) and when descending the ladder and stepping off to the ground I fell through the map to end up in water underneath.
  9. 0.63 Night looks awful

    @Bings (DayZ)probably has the same issue as me, my nights look the same as his and daytime is way too bright. I have brightness in the game set to 0% and monitor brightness at 25% and it still looks too bright. And I noticed I am having the same issue again as in early .62, Nividia Shadowplay making dark recordings which was eventually solved but is back with .63. Not sure if at the time it was solved by Dayz update or a Nvidia driver. It is like playing in the day time and having forgotten to turn down the gamma exploit. Using the latest NVidia driver 397.31, previous driver same issue. GPU and monitor specs in signature. It is almost like the changes to settings I make don;t apply and all just defaults. You can kinda see in these pics what I mean, this is at 0% brightness. All look overexposed, obviously light colors most, in 0.26 it's much more balanced. In-game it looks even brighter. https://imgur.com/BsOe0cR https://imgur.com/trTzs83 https://imgur.com/J6robmD
  10. General Discussion

    I noticed I am having the same issue again as in early .62, Nividia Shadowplay making dark recordings which was eventually solved but is back with .63. Not sure if at the time it was solved by Dayz update or a Nvidia driver. At the moment .63 is very bright for me, even with in-game brightness on 0% AND my monitor brightness turned down. It is like playing in the day time and having forgotten to turn down the gamma exploit. Using the latest NVidia driver 397.31, previous driver same issue. GPU and monitor specs in signature.
  11. Offline Testing Mode for DayZ

    The screen is very bright, looks like gamma is way up (like night vision exploit) even when I have brightness all the way down?
  12. Maybe I'm wrong but Dayz uses only 1 core of the CPU? So I was thinking that his single core has a higher clockspeed than my i5 had, he has a "younger" GPU than I had (although I had a Ti - 4 GB VRAM) and the same amount of RAM, which is why I would assume he could play the game roughly with the same performance as I could. OP asked if he would be able to run the game "decent ish". But I agree it would maybe also depend oin what he wants from the game, I'm a PVE player myself, maybe the limitations would be more clear in PVP type play. What are you thoughts on what further optimization may mean for performance?
  13. I don't completely agree, with the specs I mentioned above I had around 27-35 fps in towns and up to 70 in open areas, but I did have an SSD. I can imagine performance will vary from system to system, my older system was actually holding up pretty well even only 6 months ago, running for instance Battlefield 1 fine on medium settings. Same with Rise of the Tombraider. In Dayz I had clouds off, ambient occlusion off, shadows at low, low AA, I think high textures, anyway I had to play around with the settings a little to find the right combo of performance and eye candy. But more importantly, we will see a lot more optimization in the rest of this year which will probably make the game less demanding for older systems.
  14. Yeah, as you long as you don't max things out you should have a good enough gaming experience. Used to run it myself on an i5-750 @ 2.6Hhz, 8GB DDR3 RAM and GTX 650 on more or less medium settings.
  15. Ball to play football/soccer

    I can already imagine the sniper trying to hit the ball...
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