New Em-8er Build - Unreal Engine 5 NANITE test - FEEDBACK

WolfenAngel

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Jan 27, 2017
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I tried it out quick.

Hardware:
GPU: Nvidia 3080ti FE
Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
MotherBoard: X570 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII DARK HERO
PSU: EVGA 1000W
RAM: 32GB G.skill DDR4
SSD: Samsung 980pro
Display: 1440p 165hz GSync

While walking/running and looking around I get 80-90 fps on the new nanite demo on epic with dlss off, and 110-130 fps with dlss balanced on.
 

DHYohko

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Ark Liege
Nov 6, 2018
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#22
Ryzen 5 3600
16 GB 3600 CL 16 ram
gtx 1050ti

medium presets + low shadows got me 40-50. Low graphics just too ugly to even recommend and everything looks blurry as well.
Just got a 3070ti, cranked settings up to high and other than a random dip to 58 around the nanite terrain when moving quickly seems like a solid 60
 
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Zednel

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Jul 27, 2016
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#23
Ryzen 5 3600
16 GB RAM
RX 580 (4gb)
1080p full screen

I made a chart, writing down the FPS while doing four different things, in all four presets, with four resolution scales. (the last four purple columns are 120 fps cap, therefore their top is cut down)

fps.JPG
 
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liandri

Omni Ace
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Jul 29, 2016
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#24
Ryzen 1800X
16GB RAM
VEGA 64 (Sapphire Nitro+
3440*1440

Running all settings on Epic, I could get 60-100FPS on the previous demo. In most areas, I get 30-40FPS, and near the nanite terrain I can drop to 10-20FPS.

It looks really good, but not so good I'd be willing to upgrade my computer. While I can get a marginal FPS increase by lowering the graphics settings, it looks horrendous. A $250 PC is not going to be able to run this with any competency, and adding the new frames, more enemies, fauna, flora, players with all manner of different skins and weapons, as well as all the shadows for these... not to mention this is a small area of nanite... will make it worse.

If it can be optimised. If it can still looks good on lower graphics settings. Great.

Overall Graphics Quality Screenshots
EPIC -----------------------------------


HIGH --------------------------------------


MEDIUM --------------------------------------


LOW ----------------------------------------------

I enjoy the lowered visibility when running around or gliding in the fog. Playing a THMPR encounter within the fog is a different experience than outside it, and I actually prefer it. My concern is getting lost in the deep fog areas where you can't even see the ground. A resource scan style ping, or a view mode that had sort of overlay where you could see the ground. enemies and players around you would be helpful. So would a minimap.

The new THMPR hit effect (that electric discharge) is a nice touch.

Hopefully it can be optimised further.
 

Mahdi

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Jul 26, 2016
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#26
Repost since I was not paying any proper attention to what thread I was in.

Very consistent 32-41 fps rate no matter what I tries to do.

Windows 10 Home
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core 3.59
16 GB RAM

Waaaay late to this party.

Also, ya fog is a bit extreme and I used to live in Pittsburgh!