Was this true with SC2? I never played it but I remember some murmurings about it being not so smooth at times.Kinda silly to check for such a thing IMO - Blizzard have ALWAYS catered to nearly anyone with a PC made in the last 5-6 years, at least. This isn't the new Crysis.
According to the review, they get near 100% scaling, even at low resolutions, so you should be fine.I have an HD6870 CF setup.
I wonder how Diablo 3, Blizzard and AMD will cope with CF. I guess if there were any problems then AMD would have released a CF Profile for it already
I noticed this on the Beta which was annoying and your're right I hope they fix it too!Because the game always stutters when loading new assets, it actually doesn't play smoothly at all during the first few minutes and you'll encounter a random stutter here and there despite the high FPS. Hopefully they've fixed this.
I agree. I think they would have been better off doing 3 Skeleton King runs and reporting the average, min, and max of the three. But to do that would have taken a lot more time. So we need to wait until someone serious about benchmarking the game reports something.the problem with their methology is the area (Old Tristam) they chose to benchmark
there's basically nothing going on in terms of mobs. while this creates consistency for benchmarking, it doesn't stress GPU or CPU at all because nothing is going on except
1. There was an audio bug that dragged down FPS. Fixed in retail.Somehow i dont feel these benchmarks are valid at later levels or levels with more monsters/ effects. My fps in the beta was all over the place depending on certain areas.
So I would take these benchmarks with a pinch of salt especially whoever are on the lower end of the spectrum.