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Yet Another Arma Benchmark
 
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Data Type: Scenario
Scenario Gameplay: Singleplayer
Scenario Map: Altis
Meta: Dependency
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Jan 14, 2015 @ 11:37am
Feb 21, 2017 @ 8:13am
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Description
About 2.5 minutes long scripted intro for measuring your average FPS. Emphasis on AI fighting performance, bullets, and explosions.

The mission is very CPU heavy; you'll probably won't get much above 40 fps even on a high-end PC.

You can save up to 20 results. Useful for comparing performance between different game versions, system setups, game tweaks and mods.
Select multiple results with ctrl+mouse click to view their average score.

PLEASE NOTE: this isn't an exact scientific benchmark because of the AI. Its movement, shooting and other actions are inherently random, so every run is always a bit different. Expect about ±1 fps variance between runs. So if you intend to compare effects of some minor system/settings tweaks, they probably won't be visible with YAAB.

Latest version: YAAB v0.99 (Feb 20th 2017)
- Minor fixes for UI and mission
- You can now select multiple saved results with ctrl+mouse click to view their average score
- Press S in the beginning to set the view distances to "standard" test settings (VD 1600m, OVD 1300m).
The 1500m view distance is no longer forced by default.
- eliminated the big fps dop caused by the skipTime command. This was usually just single slow frame, so it doesn't change the result visibly.

The previous version (0.987 June 2016): https://www.dropbox.com/s/o2k4oqer2kmw708/YetAnotherArmaBenchmark_v987.pbo?dl=0
Popular Discussions View All (3)
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Jul 18, 2016 @ 9:17pm
What would be the correct settings to test this Benchmark
Why Me
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Jul 24, 2016 @ 9:06pm
Where is the result saved?
H1GHT
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Sep 6, 2017 @ 6:27am
How do you access this?
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97 Comments
Neolink Feb 12 @ 10:14am 
FX-8320 (4GHz)
RX-560 (4GB)
Standart
FPS 24
MaxWalkerGM Feb 3 @ 11:57am 
And the odd thing is it runs fine in other games. No idea why it's like this
MaxWalkerGM Feb 3 @ 11:56am 
Yeah I have no idea. When I had a 1060 that's what it was at. IDK why it's doing that with a 1080??
Sams  [author] Feb 3 @ 10:55am 
MaxWalkerGM, yeah you should be around 50 FPS with that thing. All I can think of is that there's something really wrong with your system, or your view distance is set very high.
MaxWalkerGM Feb 3 @ 8:59am 
CPU- i7 3770K @4.2
GPU- MSI 1080 Armor (+50 clock, 200 on mem)
RAM- 16gb DDR3 @1866
SSD- 250
1080p
ULTRA
FPS: 20.2
What the hell am I missing?? There's no reason it should be this bad right? Everything is set to high performance
akcy21 Feb 1 @ 5:14am 
Where can be this file found? In "workshop" folder I can only find file with many numbers in its name and it has .bin type.
Paweeuu Dec 27, 2017 @ 5:28am 
CPU i7 4790k @ 4.9
GPU msi 1080 gaming x
RAM 16Gb 3200 Mhz cl13 ddr3
SSD 500GB
1080p

ULTRA

58.3fps
runny Dec 15, 2017 @ 8:33pm 
CPU i5-8600k @ 4.8
GPU 1080 GTX
RAM 16Gb 3200 Mhz
SSD
1920x1080

Max settings all around execpt supersampling
No mods
Pressed 's'

57.8 FPS
duck2412 Nov 11, 2017 @ 12:37am 
Ohh, and those result are in the resolution 3440x1440
duck2412 Nov 11, 2017 @ 12:36am 
Current rig:
8700k@5.1
Cl 15 3600 MHz
Installed on M.2 SSD
GTX 1080

Results:
Custom high with a lot of different mods enabled: 53.4 fps

Custom high without mods: 66.4 fps

Standard without mods: 64.9 fps

Previous rig:
2500k@4.3
2133 Mhz
Installed on ordinary SSD
GTX 1080

Results:
25-35 fps depending on enabled mods and graphic settings (cant remember excatly)