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Redaktion

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The Elder Scrolls Online Benchmarked
« on: April 16, 2014, 05:58:17 »
Big, bigger, TESO. As one of the last publishers, Bethesda Softworks tries an MMORPG by subscription. The Elder Scrolls Online is intended to piggyback off of the success of competitors in its genre, like Guild Wars 2 and World of WarCraft. You will hardly encounter any new technological advances, but the title scores points for its visually appealing and interesting world. Our article primarily deals with the new game's hardware demands.A

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Jakden

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Re: The Elder Scrolls Online Benchmarked
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2014, 19:30:43 »
if the numbers are correct, it would reverse the eight and nine positions ! ;)

99 is better than 97,4 no ?? :)

8    AMD Radeon R9 280X   97.4   94        84.1   53.7
9   NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680   99      98      95     71.5

D'Glester Hardunkichud

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Re: The Elder Scrolls Online Benchmarked
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2014, 21:28:54 »
You really should test performance in the PVP large siege battles. This is much more demanding than PVE areas. Many laptops that can handle PVE cannot handle the PVP.

 

 
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