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     Bambi Plattfuss 
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    After someone pointed this out in an the facebook Group in a thread i want to share some of my results:

    I said it now often i´m a lucky bastard cause VPIN-shop is near my home. After he knew me a bit and saw im a lil bit a Software and PC Guy he did let make some tests with different hardware and so on. Here are some of the resulsts

    Test Table – AC/DC 1.4 TT&NZ
    Test Rom acd_16hc
    Windows10
    Nvidia settings standard
    2 screen 1 4k PF 1 FHD BG
    VPX 10.3.1 final
    Windows was all up to date

    Now Test results

    Ryzen 3 1200 +1050ti 60fps avg
    Ryzen 3 1200 OC 4GHZ +1050ti 64fps avg
    Ryzen 5 1600 1050ti 65 fps avg
    Ryzen 5 1600 OC 4GHZ 68 fps avg
    Ryzen 7 1700 1050ti 66 fps avg
    Ryzen 7 1700 OC 4ghz 69 fps avg

    Intel i7 7700k stock 1050ti 70fps avg
    intel i7 7700k OC 4.9GHZ 1050ti 74fps avg

    I9 7900x stock 1050ti 70fps avg

    ALL in 4k test here with BG on
    All runned without any Lags and totally brilliant. BUT remember these were tests without Pinball x To increase the FPS i only were able to do it by changing out the GPU to a 1070 or 1080
    Results:

    Ryzen 3 1200 +1070 125fps avg
    Ryzen 3 1200 OC 4GHZ +1070 128fps avg
    Ryzen 5 1600 1070 125 fps avg
    Ryzen 5 1600 OC 4GHZ 1288 fps avg
    Ryzen 7 1700 1070 126 fps avg
    Ryzen 7 1700 OC ghz 129 fps avg

    Intel i7 7700k stock 1070 130fps avg
    intel i7 7700k OC 4.9GHZ 1070 134fps avg

    I9 7900x stock 1079 130fps avg

    If i wanted to increase those numbers i could do that only with a 1080 or 2×1080(No sli the old way 1 for bg 1 for pf but got other problems cause of that) but thats not mentioned here right now
    So my conclusion out of that is: That the intel systems i tested were much more expensive than the AMD Ryzen ones and didnt bring really more power. And thats why i recommend the Ryzen Systems in the FAQ. from Visual Pinball Addicts
    (yes i know i changed them to lower ryzen since some here always said mimimi why so expensive BUT the real reason i changed the to lower was ROB cause he pointed that out with good arguments)

    Next conclusion if you see even overclocking the CPU doesnt give you really more FPS in Visual Pinball or really more power. The CPU only makes real difference when it comes to the use of a Front End in combnination with Videos and Toppers and directb2s and so on. (fun fact i even were able to get down a i9 with 1080ti to under 60 fps in 4k after doing all videos i could in frontend :P)

    I check if i find the Pictures but i think i deleted them after i wrote my FAQ. BIG Thanks goes out to VPIN-shop for being my fiance and paid all those things :P and letting me test in your basement:

    info plus: no frontend was used no Mutliball was gathered since im a bad player. So conclusion the 1050ti is def to weak for 4k gaming and VPX unless you tweak it like hell

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    #74917
     jmahar 
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    Thank you. This is very helpful since I’m mapping out a system right now.

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