Colludium , I tried the tests without overclocking. Still the same results on Chrome and Canary.
Tylermon , at first I didn't get what to look in your test so I overlooked the results. Having read more since then, I understand that there is a connection between the results I get from Colludium's test and your test. IE and Firefox provide very random float numbers at higher decimal places and the only difference between them is the fps fluctuations: IE stays close to 60 pfs and dt numbers that are close to 0.016 (in respect to all orders of magnitude) while Firefox fluctuates greatly in fps from as low as 45 to 60 or so (and the dt values fluctuate also, but still have random values in all decimal places).
In contrast, Chrome (and Canary) stay rock stable framerate wise but never leave integer values (dt wise) or when they do (in a big order of magnitude) they produce ridiculous floats, like 160.0000000012, or 159.0000000053, or 170.0000000023 etc...
Here are some pictures that capture this behavior in all scaling levels.
Also, your rig is in deed a beast, it should render anything 2d while been turned off
TiAm , I have the latest nVidia drivers installed. Last time I checked I was able to run Crysis 3 at 1980x1080 with High settings (except from motion blur, I hate motion blur) with no noticeable fps drops, hangs, stutters etc. My only problem was that I didn't like the game at all... |
I'll go and add my signature of frustration to Colludium's reports now