God of War: Ascension [BCUS98232]
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quick.sliver1
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10-18-2021, 08:36 AM -
#21
Almost Playable
Updating of post #12, much graphic & performance improvement are adaptively well-rendered using some new patches & config.  However, “Disable in-build MLAA patch” might introduce a little Mesh-Trimming on Kratos like in Chp2/14.   Multiple intel CPUs shows proportional performance in FPS
  • 4C8T [i7-4800MQ] – Ingame, Extremely Laggy/Stuttering Gameplay, 60FPS Cutscenes/Menu (SSD @ SATA 3.0)
  • 6C12T [i7-8750H] – Fine after multiple run with random crashes (NVMe @ PCIe 3)
  • 8C16T [i7-11800H] – Flawless (NVMe @ PCIe 3) – AVX-512
  • 8C16T [i9-10980HK] – Flawless (NVMe @ PCIe 3)
  • 8C16T [i9-9900K] – Flawless (NVMe @ PCIe 3)
# Gameplay Variable FPS = (28~46~60) – Unlocked FPS
# Cutscenes stable (59~60)
# RPCS3 v0.0.18-12902-683c061e Alpha
# Non-Default setting [Res. Scale= 300% Fullscreen 4K]
# RPCS3 Patch Manager used (thanks to RPCS3 teams & the contributors illusion001 & Zerox latest patches)
# Intel i9-9900K @ 3.60GHz | 32GB RAM | 2070S 8GB Nvidia | NVMe storage (3500MB/2500MB Read/Write).
 

@ Graphic Config
# Enable list of patches depicted in attached picture (Patch Manager)     
# Enable Read Color Buffers (Advanced)      ==> Correct Color Environment

@ CPU Config @ 9900K
# Set Driver Wake-Up Delay = 350us (Advanced)
# Enable TSX Instruction (CPU)
# Enable libsail.sprx & libssl.sprx (Advanced)     ==> Long Time Run & Prevent Vulkan API call failed … (VK_ERROR_DEVICE_LOST)
               
@ CPU Preferable FPS++ Performance & Support
# Enable Accurate RSX reservation access (Advanced)     – AMD/non-TSX Intel
# Enable Full Width AVX-512 (CPU)                                                         – 11th  Intel CPU
# Set ZCULL Accuracy = Approximate (GPU)
# Set SPU Block Size = Mega (CPU)
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10-19-2021, 02:30 PM -
#22
Does NVMe/SSD actually improve performance over HDD?


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