Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

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kova Feb 13, 2018 @ 1:29am
Performance in 2K with GTX1080 (1080p IN COMMENTS!)
This is not to show off my rig, only for informational purposes.
Maybe this information can help some of you.


My setup:


OS: Windows 10 PRO

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K - 4x 4,0GHz

Mainboard: ASUS Z170 - PRO Gaming

RAM: 32GB (4x 8GB) RipJaws V - DDR4-2400

GPU: Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition - 8GB GDDR5X

HDD: Samsung SSD 850 EVO Series 500GB + 4 TB Toshiba X300 & 2TB Seagate HDD



Getting around 40-60 FPS in 1440p with mixed settings (high / very high / ultra)



Resolution: 2560 x 1440

FOV: 75

Object quality: Ultra

Game effects: Very High

Light: Very high

Particles: High

Physics: Very High

Postprocessing: Ultra

Shader Quality: High

Shadows: High

Textures: Ultra

Water details: Ultra

Volumetric effects: High

Vegetation details: Ultra

Object Distance: Full

Distance quality: Full

Vegetation distance: Full

Motion blur: Off (Since i just don't like MB)
Last edited by kova; Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:11am
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Radimov Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:38am 
Gtx 1070 and 50 - 60 frames all time.
kova Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:40am 
Originally posted by Nikita:
Originally posted by TG AnoX:

I compared both and i am definitely not agreeing.
40 FPS don't change the graphic quality, it only "stutters" a little and only in very rare situations.

But everyone can do it as he wants to.
As long we all have some fun with the game, that's all that matters :)

That's correct, everything that is stuttering looks a lot worse than a bit of an improvement on textures. What's the point of having that bit of an improvement on textures, when it is stuttering anyway.

As i wrote before, it doesn't happen very often. For me, it's almost not noticeable.
Compared 1080p to 1440p again and i'm definitely seeing a huge difference here.
I prefer a 10% increase in quality over a few FPS more and a little stuttering now and then.

I appreciate your help, but i made up my mind already :)
Last edited by kova; Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:43am
Ritchey Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:41am 
Originally posted by Commander Lee:
Originally posted by scorpgul:

Haha exactly lol. What a retarded comment.

Imma let your ignorance slide for this and give you an explination of how this works.
You are right it does not give you extra fps, but what it allows you to do is turn down/off AA + Vsync. What happens when you turn off / down those 2? Fps+++

SO to summarise you do not get extra fps but you can turn off settings that take up a huge amount of fps.

Please explain to me, why you should disable AA on a GSYNC monitor. Please bless me with your knowledge, good humble sir. Because I do own a GSYNC monitor and what you say, does not make any sense to me. Thank you. Disabling VSYNC might give you like... 2 FPS though.
Error Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:54am 
Originally posted by Ritchey:
Originally posted by Commander Lee:

Imma let your ignorance slide for this and give you an explination of how this works.
You are right it does not give you extra fps, but what it allows you to do is turn down/off AA + Vsync. What happens when you turn off / down those 2? Fps+++

SO to summarise you do not get extra fps but you can turn off settings that take up a huge amount of fps.

Please explain to me, why you should disable AA on a GSYNC monitor. Please bless me with your knowledge, good humble sir. Because I do own a GSYNC monitor and what you say, does not make any sense to me. Thank you. Disabling VSYNC might give you like... 2 FPS though.

Yepp sorry about that, forgot to add a bit xD 2k / 4k rez allows you to turn down AA to low / off as the resolution makes the image sharper as is rather than AA do it for you. My bad.
kova Feb 13, 2018 @ 3:57am 
Another update:

Experimented with the graphic settings a little bit, tried out 1080p maxed out, again.
At the moment, i am at Talmberg. It's night and it's raining.
The FPS sometimes drop to ~25-30, which is pretty sad.

If i experience these problems even with a GTX 1080 on 1080p, i can only imagine the problems, that people with a less powerful setup will have.

For gods sake, please optimize this game :(

UPDATE 2:

FPS drops down to ~35 even at the day.
Last edited by kova; Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:02am
Sock Mullet Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:05am 
1080ti
i7-8700k
16gb ddr4 RAM
Running 1080p

Was getting severe fps drops in starting town on ultra facing towards the middle of town. Dropped a few options to very high and getting drops down to 40fps during events at the castle during the storm.
Bozz 💀 Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:07am 
I have a
I7 4970K
GTX 1070
20 GB RAM

playing on 21:9 1440p
Everything on very high axept shadows which is on high

Getting 45 FPS 35FPS in crowded cities.
kova Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:08am 
Originally posted by Sock Mullet:
1080ti
i7-8700k
16gb ddr4 RAM
Running 1080p

Was getting severe fps drops in starting town on ultra facing towards the middle of town. Dropped a few options to very high and getting drops down to 40fps during events at the castle during the storm.

So, these problems exist EVEN with a 1080TI..
What a shame.. Let's hope for quick optimization :steamsad:
Last edited by kova; Feb 13, 2018 @ 4:09am
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