As far as I know, Crossfire and SLI still aren't supported, so you're getting that score on ONE 7970! (￣д￣) Unless it is supported now. Not sure. Still no frame pacing since it's DX9 tho.cynan wrote:Only ran it once. Moderately overclocked 3930K (4.2 GHz) and a pair of minimally overclocked HD 7970s (1100 MHz)[image]
Hehe, we have nearly the same machine and got nearly the same score. As expected, I guess, but I dunno, it makes me giggle. (*'▽')Rand wrote:3770K/GTX780, both at stock. I'll ran overclocked results later if anyone cares.
I played it for a good while in the 1.0 version. I enjoyed it, despite the frustrations.ElleMag wrote:Hows everyone finding the game?
I played FF11 for 7.5 years. Best years of my life. FF11 still remains near the top of my "favorite games of all time" list. Despite everything you said, which is all more or less true. It's true that if you didn't have a solid group to play with, the game was an exercise in frustration. Luckily, I started out with my brother and his friends, then learned Japanese and played with that community (which was just way, way better than the NA or EU communities), and eventually graduated to running my own linkshell.ElleMag wrote:I played FF11 for years, stupidly picked black mage first and could never get passed Lvl 30 is, as unless you had 4 hours to spare, it wasnt worth playing. As you had to wait a couple of hours to find a party, as you cant solo after lvl15, and after 2hours waiting, you want a good hour of playing in a group to START to get some decent XP
Not really. It's somewhat less grindy, but that's sort of like saying a BMW 7 series is "somewhat less expensive" than a Lamborghini. It's still pretty grindy, and the gameplay itself is fairly repetitive and, to me, as someone who has played thousands of hours of targeting MMOs (FFXI, WoW, EQ2, Aion, Lineage 2, City of Heroes, Champions Online, Warhammer Online, and more), it's just not that interesting.ElleMag wrote:Heard this one is alot better though, and sorted out the grind.