Benchmark Gta 4 Download
A note - since we measure in the online city and not the internal benchmark, you will spawn at random places with random weather and differences in day an night. This will cause an adverse offset in frame-rate. So please use these numbers as indicative at best. There can be weird variations in-between the performance of graphics card just because at one point it rains, the the next card had say dry sunny weather. This WILL impact the FPS. So keep a 15% margin at hand and please again, consider these indicative results.
Benchmark Gta 4 Download
Due to the note above, we might re-do the entire session with the internal benchmark, but there are some bugs in this initial release that will need to be squashed first and we do think that testing in the actual city running and shooting around, is more representative of the real performance.
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I also cannot run the GTA benchmark. It crashes after about 30-60 seconds and does and constant loop, almost like a Vista TDR error. Then after it keeps flashing me back to the desktop it crashes with the "GTAIV.exe has stopped responding" error. Then I hit close the program. The game itself runs fine though and is VERY stable even when ALT-TABBING in and out of the game. I think it crashed once or twice only since I've logged the 100+ hours playing. Thank you.
The game ran crap but the benchmark tool worked. I upgraded the vid card to the above not even imagining I'd need a different processor. Off course I soon found out that I did need a new processor and I bough the new Mobo cause my old one didn't support Core 2 Duo.
Not really a crash, but the benchmark only runs for about a second. It shows some statistics afterwards, but they're pretty useless. The game runs flawlessly on High textures, Highest rendering, View 32, Detail 75, Vehicle density 42, Shadow density 16. Slight FPS dips here and there, but very playable overall.
Funny thing is last time I used in game benchmark I had a 1280x1024 monitor and game would slow down to screenshot mode (4-5 fps) but since I upgraded to 1680x1050 monitor I have no problem with fps slowing down but a few texture problems now occur. Weird.
I got this problem as well. The patched game didn't run the benchmark tool at all, and then I did complete re-install of the game and the video drivers. Now I get just one seconds worth of the benchmark with an unpatched game. I see a flash of Nico standing in his room, and the crash (I didn't get even this with the patched game before). Oddly enough, I do get the benchmark results:
I haven't dared to patch the game yet, since the actual game seemed to run without crashing. I will try it out some more today, and if the game crashes at some point, I will try the patch, and see what it does to the game and the benchmark.
ATTENTION: if you have fairly recent GPU that supports Vulkan you may probably get smoother experience by using DXVK method below! Remove DxWrapper if you later decide to go with DXVK. Install Ultimate ASI Loader (already installedin FitGirl repack, file dsound.dll). You must download 32-bit version Ultimate-ASI-Loader.zip, it contains dinput8.dll, unpack it to GTA IV folder and (optionally) rename it as dsound.dll
ATTENTION! DXVK may at first be laggy as it builds state cache, it is normal - the more you play the smoother it will become e.g. do several missions or run built-in benchmark at least 3 times and you will see.
The latest AMD drivers (16.1.1 hotfix) were used for testing. NVidia's 361.75 drivers were used for testing the latest games. Game settings were manually controlled for the DUT. All games were run at presets defined in their respective charts. We disable brand-supported technologies in games, like The Witcher 3's HairWorks and HBAO+. All other game settings are defined in respective game benchmarks, which we publish separately from GPU reviews. Our test courses, in the event manual testing is executed, are also uploaded within that content. This allows others to replicate our results by studying our bench courses.
Each game was tested for 30 seconds in an identical scenario, then repeated three times for parity. The results in the tables are averages of these three runs. This produces several thousand frames per test pass and ensures absolute confidence in our ability to reproduce results, as the limited run is less likely to introduce variance in technician input. It's also easier to run multi-pass testing in this regard, which sets our benchmarks apart for their dedication to validation of results.
GTA V at Ultra boosts SLI just above 60FPS, and that's where the >60FPS configs stop. AMD experienced severe frame dropping issues during our GTA V tests that were consistent across all benchmark scenarios. We were not able to work around these and will be speaking with AMD to try and verify the issue. The frametime issues were only this severe in GTA V for AMD.
Titles like 300, Ocean's 13, TMNT and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - they've done particularly well in terms of amounts of downloads. There's been a lot of partner satisfaction with where we are so far - I know that Warner are very happy with the performance, and hopefully that's something we'll bring forward with having Paramount on board as well.
Yes, we did a lot of industry benchmarking prior to getting the price out there, so we were confident that, with the content that we've got on standard and high definition, that we called it appropriately.
So that's our position, but certainly there's high levels of satisfaction in terms of what we provide, and I guess there are probably benchmarks out there in the industry - some suppliers are just a one-off watch, and some provide potentially a longer window.
Absolutely, from the kick-off. And what's helping from the current scenario is that the engaged Xbox Live audience, from the past, present and hopefully future as well, has been used to downloading digital content to support the retail purchases that they continue to buy.