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enCore Engine Testing

enCore Engine Testing

Postby Spack » Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:07 pm

I was pleasantly surprised that my 3 year old PC should be capable of running almost Ultra on the new World of Tanks Core engine, after running the Ultra test using the download from http://wotencore.net/

The results show as having custom settings as my monitor is 1680x1050 resolution so won't run the engine at full HD. I can live with that though, as it means I can get higher details and AA settings than if I was at higher resolution. My current PC is an i5 4590 with 8GB generic DDR3 and a Geforce GTX 660 2GB graphics card, running everything at stock, so I'm more than happy with the results and I won't be upgrading when the WoT version 1.0 is released.

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Anyone else run the test yet?
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby Angelwing » Sat Jan 06, 2018 4:38 pm

looks okay on my ps4, haha. A gaming buddy has the ps4 pro with the hd all singing WoT on it, and he says it looks rather good.
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby jlong05 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:21 pm

I ran a few originally, but just swapped my primary display this past weekend. Here are my scores now.
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby Spack » Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:36 pm

Played the beta yesterday, send to run pretty well on my pc even on highest settings and HD. Each map starts with a low res tank model and friendly tanks not visible and then improves after 20 seconds or so, even though I have dynamic rendering turned off.

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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby jlong05 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 1:47 pm

Yeah, I am pretty excited for the new HD modeled maps. The vista are so much wider it makes you feel like you have more space, even if you really don't. Will be a welcome change to the game.
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby Spack » Sun Mar 18, 2018 11:22 am

After upgrading a friends PC a couple of weeks ago, and testing his graphics card in my PC, I realised Battlefront 2 was running at lowish settings on my GTX660, and the WoT beta with the new engine needed to run around medium. So this week I upgraded my PC to the same card I'd recommended and tested - an MSI Geforce 1050 Ti 4GB OC (oddly the MSI site shows this as a single fan card, but mine has 2 fans :\). On the enCore test my Ultra rating at 1680x1050 (max my monitor will run) is now 11587, so a hefty jump from the GTX600. And Battlefront 2 is running a whole lot smoother too :)

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EDIT: Just been playing on the latest Common Test version and with VSync off I'm getting around 95fps to 115fps on Maximum with HD textures, so that's me sorted for a few years :)
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby jlong05 » Mon Mar 19, 2018 9:05 pm

That is a sizable increase in performance. You need to upgrade that 1990 monitor though man.
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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby Spack » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:51 am

jlong05 wrote:That is a sizable increase in performance. You need to upgrade that 1990 monitor though man.
Nothing wrong with my 22" 16:10 monitor. And it was new in 2008, so isn't that old

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Re: enCore Engine Testing

Postby Spack » Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:53 pm

This 1050ti is doing better than I'd hoped - I'm running Ultra graphics at approx. 90fps, so with vsync I don't drop below 60fps :D
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