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# 21MJCfromCT Mar 4 2007, 01:15 AM
Version 1.0.3220

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Stats Log Report

Logged frames          : 7368
Timestamp              : Sat Mar 03 20:07:11 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8269
SupComMark (render)    :    5867
SupComMark (composite) :   14136
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


CPU: AMD X2 4600+
RAM: 2GB (4x512) PC3200
Graphics Card: ATi X1900XT
Motherboard: Asus A8N-E
Graphics Card Driver Version: Catalyst 7.2, ATT
Hard Drive: IDE 120GB 7200RPM
Power Supply: Enermax Liberty 500W


Primary Adapter: 1680x1050(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: High
Anti-Aliasing: 4x
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

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# 22High Elven Lord Mar 4 2007, 02:07 AM
I just thought you would all like too know that the recent patch allows you to turn the anti aliasing up to 6 instead of just four, I run the game with everything at max, haven't had any slow down yet, my computers pretty new, built it my self, don't feel like writing all the specs down, but it has pretty much all of the best stuff I could get for the money and believe me I am no fool when it comes to putting together a PC.

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# 23Sol Invictus Mar 4 2007, 04:31 AM
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Logged frames          : 10360
Timestamp              : Sun Mar 04 12:07:17 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8490
SupComMark (render)    :    7022
SupComMark (composite) :   15512
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


Hardware
OS: Windows XP Professional SP2
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
RAM: 2GB (2x1024) DDR2-667 Kingston
Graphics Card: NVIDIA 8800GTS 640mb
Motherboard: MSI P965E Neo
Graphics Card Driver Version: ForceWare 97.92
Hard Drive: Western Digital WD2500KS 250gb
Power Supply: Enermax Liberty 500W
Sound Card: Creative X-Fi XtremeMusic

Ingame Settings
Primary Adapter: 1680x1050(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: Medium
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

Additional settings in NVIDIA Control Panel:
Anisotropic Filtering: 16x
Antialiasing - Gamma Correction: On
Antialiasing - Transparency: Supersampling

Supreme Commander version: 3217

This post has been edited by Sol Invictus: Mar 4 2007, 04:35 AM

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# 24ZMX Mar 4 2007, 15:18 PM
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Logged frames : 10759
Timestamp : Sun Mar 04 10:09:24 2007

SupComMark (sim) : 8103
SupComMark (render) : 7048
SupComMark (composite) : 15151
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance. Higher is better.)
min[ 6.25] max[ 64.56] avg[ 30.881]


Hardware
OS: XP Pro SP2 32 bit
CPU: Opteron 165 @ 2250MHz
RAM: 2GB (4x512) DDR-333 Corsair 2-3-3-7 (Weird OC right now)
Graphics Card: NVIDIA 8800GTS 320MB (No OC)
Motherboard: DFI SLI Infinity
Graphics Card Driver Version: ForceWare 97.92
Hard Drive: Segate SATA 320GB 16MB Cache
Power Supply: Antec TruePower Trio 550
Sound Card: Integrated

Ingame Settings Version 3220
Primary Adapter: 2048x1536(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: Off (The ground is blue when it's on)
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: Off
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

The resolution is what kills my score. 1680x1050, for example, is only 56% as many pixels as 2048x1536, and 1280x1024 is only 42%.

EDIT: Just did it again with my GPU overclocked at 645/945 (from 576/850).
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Logged frames : 10914
SupComMark (sim) : 8212
SupComMark (render) : 7026
SupComMark (composite) : 15239
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance. Higher is better.)
min[ 4.83] max[ 66.75] avg[ 31.422]


This post has been edited by ZMX: Mar 4 2007, 15:51 PM

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# 25tigrfire Mar 5 2007, 01:41 AM
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Logged frames          : 6428
Timestamp              : Sun Mar 04 19:03:23 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8121
SupComMark (render)    :    5176
SupComMark (composite) :   13297
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)
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Frame
               Time .....................................: calls[  6428] min[    17.91] max[   625.80] avg[    63.673]
               FPS ......................................: calls[  6428] min[     1.60] max[    55.85] avg[    24.821]


Computer Specs:
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (A.I. Bios Overclocking +5%)
RAM: 2GiB Dual Channel DDR333 Crucial Ballistix and Generic RAM
Graphics Card: BFG GeForce 6800GT OC
Motherboard:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Graphics Card Driver Version: 97.73
Hard Drive: Seagate 300GB Sata300
Power Supply: Antec TruPower-II 450W

SupCom Settings (1.0.3220):
Primary Adapter: 1280x1024(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Low
Background Image: Off
Fidelity: Off
Shadow Fidelity: Off
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Texture Detail: Low
Level of Detail: Low
Vertical Sync: Off

So, as you can see if you compare my 1.0.3217 score (11968), the 1.0.3220 patch actually improved my performance quite a bit (around 11%). If you have noticed the same performance increase, or have noticed decreased performance, please make a note of it in your post. I, for one, can refute the notion that this decreases performance as a whole for SupCom.

This post has been edited by tigrfire: Mar 5 2007, 01:46 AM

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# 26Nuker_ Mar 5 2007, 01:57 AM
ive never used supcommark, but before i was messing around in the beta and found the map called perftest. its 20x20 and it is like turtle island/som other map andof course the 40km map we have seen

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Game: Supreme Commander


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# 27NERDsFist Mar 5 2007, 11:17 AM
/map perftest, made my pc reboot post-13661-1143531603.gif

CPU: Athlon 2400+
Mem: 1gb DDR
GPU: GeForce 6800

Posts: 276


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# 28ArchAngel Mar 5 2007, 13:47 PM
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Logged frames          : 4352
Timestamp              : Mon Mar 05 07:58:56 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8354
SupComMark (render)    :    2590
SupComMark (composite) :   10944
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)



CPU: PentiumD 920 @ 3.81Ghz
RAM: 1GB ADATA DDR2 800 @ 816speed 5-5-5-15 1.9v
Graphics Card: Saphire 1600XT 256Mb DDR3
Motherboard: Intel D975XBX
Graphics Card Driver Version: Catalyst 7.2
Hard Drive (on which SupCom is installed): WD 1600JD
Power Supply:
ChiefMax 680watt


Primary Adapter: 1600 X 1200(70)
Secondary Adapter: none
Fidelity Presets: custom
Background Image: off
Fidelity: high
Shadow Fidelity: off
Anti-Aliasing: off
Texture Detail: high
Level of Detail: high
Vertical Sync:
off

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Peak memory usage is 1.23Gb reported in windows taskmanager. Need more memory. cry.gif
Render score is low, need another cheap 1600XT till summer. cry.gif

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Will enter under here at 1280 X 1024(76)
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Logged frames          : 5648
Timestamp              : Mon Mar 05 08:56:57 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8397
SupComMark (render)    :    4380
SupComMark (composite) :   12777
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


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Logged frames          : 11909
Timestamp              : Sun Mar 11 14:00:51 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8501
SupComMark (render)    :    7150
SupComMark (composite) :   15651
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)

Frame
               Time ..........: calls[ 11909] min[    12.22] max[   161.53] avg[    37.618]
               FPS ...........: calls[ 11909] min[     6.19] max[    81.86] avg[    33.158]


Crossfire rocks, notice the logged frames doubled. banana.gif banana.gif banana.gif

This post has been edited by ArchAngel: Mar 11 2007, 19:33 PM

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# 29Crippen Mar 5 2007, 21:28 PM
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Logged frames          : 16812
Timestamp              : Mon Mar 05 22:13:53 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8575
SupComMark (render)    :    7983
SupComMark (composite) :   16558
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)

Frame
               Time .....................................: calls[ 16812] min[    10.87] max[   137.37] avg[    26.626]
               FPS ......................................: calls[ 16812] min[     7.28] max[    91.97] avg[    48.367]





This is where you'd post your computer specs, trying to put down as much as you can about it a decently formatted manner. For instance:
CPU: E6600
RAM: OCZ RAM, 2gb
Graphics Card: 2 x Geforce 8800gts in SLI
Motherboard: Asus P5N-SLI
Graphics Card Driver Version: 6.14.10.9792
Hard Drive (on which SupCom is installed): C:
Power Supply: Thermaltake 750w

And down a little lower, where'd you make note of the settings you use to play SupCom with and that you achieved this benchmark score with:
Primary Adapter: 1600x1200@85
Secondary Adapter:-
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: off
Anti-Aliasing: off
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: On

OS: Windows XP SP2

This post has been edited by Crippen: Mar 5 2007, 21:30 PM

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# 30ThePumpkinKing Mar 7 2007, 04:13 AM
High 20s on lowest settings....

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# 31NERDsFist Mar 9 2007, 08:35 AM
I assembled my new PC:

SupComMark (sim) : 8892
SupComMark (render) : 7543
SupComMark (composite) : 16435

FPS min[ 8.62] max[ 84.23] avg[ 37.950] banana.gif

CPU: E6600
RAM: OCZ RAM, 2gb
Graphics Card: XFX GeForce 8800gts 320mb
Motherboard: Gigabyte P965 ds4 rev3.3
Graphics Card Driver Version: 6.14.10.9792
Hard Drive (on which SupCom is installed): C:
Power Supply: Coolermaster iGreen 600w

Primary Adapter: 1280x1024@85
Secondary Adapter:-
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: Medium
Anti-Aliasing: off
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: On

OS: Windows XP SP2

Posts: 276


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# 32tigrfire Mar 10 2007, 01:07 AM
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Logged frames          : 6848
Timestamp              : Fri Mar 09 20:01:41 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8105
SupComMark (render)    :    5390
SupComMark (composite) :   13495
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)
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Frame
               Time .....................................: calls[  6848] min[    16.21] max[   659.63] avg[    60.854]
               FPS ......................................: calls[  6848] min[     1.52] max[    61.71] avg[    25.443]


Computer Specs:
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (A.I. Bios Overclocking +5%)
RAM: 2GiB Dual Channel DDR333 Crucial Ballistix and Generic RAM
Graphics Card: BFG GeForce 6800GT OC
Motherboard:Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Graphics Card Driver Version: 100.87
Hard Drive: Seagate 300GB Sata300
Power Supply: Antec TruPower-II 450W

SupCom Settings (1.0.3220):
Primary Adapter: 1280x1024(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Low
Background Image: Off
Fidelity: Off
Shadow Fidelity: Off
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Texture Detail: Low
Level of Detail: Low
Vertical Sync: Off

I've updated my nVidia drivers and wanted to see if there was any performance increase. There was a slight amount from 93.71..

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# 33MJCfromCT Mar 10 2007, 02:29 AM
Version 1.0.3220, updated drivers from Catalyst 7.2 to WarCat 7.2

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Logged frames          : 8158
Timestamp              : Fri Mar 09 21:12:38 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8144
SupComMark (render)    :    6201
SupComMark (composite) :   14345
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


CPU: AMD X2 4600+
RAM: 2GB (4x512) PC3200
Graphics Card: ATi X1900XT
Motherboard: Asus A8N-E
Graphics Card Driver Version: WarCat 7.2, ATT
Hard Drive: IDE 120GB 7200RPM
Power Supply: Enermax Liberty 500W


Primary Adapter: 1680x1050(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: High
Anti-Aliasing: 2x
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

Posts: 5


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# 34MJCfromCT Apr 10 2007, 19:59 PM
Upgraded to a 8800GTS 640MB

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Logged frames          : 8896
Timestamp              : Tue Apr 10 15:56:13 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8217
SupComMark (render)    :    6438
SupComMark (composite) :   14655
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


CPU: AMD X2 4600+
RAM: 2GB (4x512) PC3200
Graphics Card: eVGA 8800GTS 640MB
Motherboard: Asus A8N-E
Graphics Card Driver Version: 97.94
Hard Drive: IDE 120GB 7200RPM
Power Supply: Enermax Liberty 500W


Primary Adapter: 1680x1050(60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: High
Anti-Aliasing: 8xQ
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

This post has been edited by MJCfromCT: Apr 10 2007, 20:00 PM

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# 35vi3tmix Apr 11 2007, 16:57 PM
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Logged frames          : 2563
Timestamp              : Wed Apr 11 11:41:00 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    7598
SupComMark (render)    :   -3081
SupComMark (composite) :    4516
(Note: SupComMark scores represent overall system performance.  Higher is better.)


CPU: AMD 64 3200+
RAM: 1gb (2x512mb) pc2700
Graphics Card: Geforce 7800GT 256mb
Motherboard: Gigabyte ??? (Cheap mobo)
Graphics Card Driver Version: 93.71
Hard Drive: IDE 120GB 7200RPM
Power Supply: 600W

Primary Adapter: 1280 x 1024 (60)
Secondary Adapter: Disabled
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: On
Fidelity: Medium
Shadow Fidelity: Low (I think)
Anti-Aliasing: Off
Texture Detail: Medium
Level of Detail: Medium
Vertical Sync: Off




And yet I'm happy with performance. Just a little wary of 3v3's and 20x20 maps if the round has potential to progress too long. Guess I just have to get better to prevent it from getting that far, eh? whistling.gif

How did I get a negative for one of the scores, though? biggrin.gif

This post has been edited by vi3tmix: Apr 11 2007, 16:59 PM

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# 36Aztec Apr 11 2007, 18:23 PM
I think we should all use the same settings as that would give us an idea of how different hardware will perform. With different gfx settings the data is pretty much useless.

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# 37ArchAngel Apr 11 2007, 19:25 PM
QUOTE(Aztec @ Apr 11 2007, 14:23 PM) *

I think we should all use the same settings as that would give us an idea of how different hardware will perform. With different gfx settings the data is pretty much useless.


If you can average 30 FPS at a given setting then it is playable. That is the best way to use this test. As far as points go 14000 to 16000 is very playable.

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# 38vi3tmix Apr 12 2007, 00:10 AM
QUOTE(ArchAngel @ Apr 11 2007, 14:25 PM) *

If you can average 30 FPS at a given setting then it is playable. That is the best way to use this test. As far as points go 14000 to 16000 is very playable.


I had half of that at best and it's still playable smile.gif. Just have to stick to small 2v2's.

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# 39wtfwillis Oct 2 2007, 23:22 PM
Dragging this up from the past, but I had to do a reinstall/repatch to get supcommark to work...
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Logged frames          : 12137
Timestamp              : Tue Oct 02 15:31:34 2007

SupComMark (sim)       :    8963
SupComMark (render)    :    7366
SupComMark (composite) :   16329

Frame
               Time .....................................: calls[ 12137] min[    16.26] max[   157.50] avg[    34.773]
               FPS ......................................: calls[ 12137] min[     6.35] max[    61.52] avg[    32.994]



OS: Windows XP Home SP 2
CPU: Core2Duo E6850 @ 3.375 GHz (overclocked from 3.0 GHz)
RAM: 2 x 1GB OCZ Reaper DDR2 1333
Graphics Card: eVGA GF 8800 GTS OC
Motherboard: Gigabyte--- forget which one
Graphics Driver Version: not sure
Sound Card: onboard audio (nForce)
Hard Drive: 320 Seagate SATA2 w/16 MB
Power Supply: Earthwatts 500W

Primary Adapter: 1680x1050@60Hz
Secondary Adapter: -
Fidelity Presets: High
Background Image: On
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: High
Anti-Aliasing: 2
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: On

This post has been edited by wtfwillis: Oct 2 2007, 23:24 PM

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# 40Napoleon_Blownaparte Oct 3 2007, 11:33 AM
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Logged frames : 7709
Timestamp : Wed Oct 03 13:28:21 2007

SupComMark (sim) : 8794
SupComMark (render) : 6038
SupComMark (composite) : 14832


OS: Windows XP Home SP 2
CPU: Core2Quad E6600 @ 2.8 GHz (overclocked from 2.4 GHz)
RAM: 2 x 1GB DDR2
Graphics Card: ASUS GF 8800 GTS 320MB
Motherboard: Asus p5k-ws
Graphics Driver Version: 162.18
Sound Card: X-fi Xtreme gamer
Hard Drive: 2 320 Seagate SATA2 w/16 MB
Power Supply: NeoH HE 550W

Primary Adapter: 1280x1024@60Hz
Secondary Adapter: 1280x1024@60Hz
Fidelity Presets: Custom
Background Image: on
Fidelity: High
Shadow Fidelity: High
Anti-Aliasing: 4
Texture Detail: High
Level of Detail: High
Vertical Sync: Off

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