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CPUs/GPUs performance comparison - Yet Another ArmA Benchmark (YAAB) results

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YAAB results comparison is meant to help people to decide if they simply can/need to upgrade only specific parts of their existing hardware configuration or if it's better to build a completely new PC (possibly keeping some parts from the previous build, like case/PSU/cooler/GPU).

 

Here you can discuss ArmA hardware.

 

Your YAAB results (submitted to me via PM) will be published here, by updating already existing list with new results, to keep everything as compact/clean as possible.

Please, don't post your results here yourself!

This way, I will make sure, that you've "properly" set up everything, so we all can compare results that are as consistent/accurate as possible.

Other YAAB results, that I've found so far all over the net (including this forum), can't be used for consistent/accurate comparison, because of custom video settings, people not indicating their monitors' resolutions, CPU's cache speed, RAM's timings etc.

 

Results published will be mainly limited to standard and/or ultra video options presets and to 1920x1080 and/or 2560x1440 (16:9) resolutions, for consistency/accuracy.

If you wish to submit your non-standard monitor resolution 21:9/32:9 or High/Very High video options presets results, you still can submit results at these resolutions/video options presets, but you will still have to submit 16:9 and Standard/Ultra video options presets results as well.

Results at "Standard" video options preset cover pretty well the FPS difference for low end/midrange CPUs and GPUs.

Results at "Ultra" video options preset cover pretty well the FPS difference for powerful CPUs and GPUs.


Here you can download the latest YAAB version from Steam Workshop by subscribing to it.

Big thanks to @Greenfist for this amazing benchmark!

 

P.S. - I strongly recommend you to go for more than 3 YAAB runs, if FPS differs to much between runs, for your liking. This way you can drop run(s) with FPS that differed to much from other runs.

 

- close all possible background programs prior to launching/running ArmA/YAAB (except sound and mouse software), to minimize "false" results due to background programs interference
- disable all mods in the ArmA launcher
- launch ArmA

- under "OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY -> VSYNC" select Disabled

- under "OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> OVERALL QUALITY" select Standard

- under "OPTIONS -> GAME -> DIFFICULTY -> AI LEVEL" select Normal (regular)

- restart ArmA

- find "Yet Another ArmA Benchmark" under "SINGLEPLAYER -> SCENARIOS -> Steam subscribed content"

- run YAAB 3 times and submit average FPS from each of 3 runs (to me via PM), so people with low end/midrange CPUs and GPUs can compare

- under "OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> OVERALL QUALITY" select Ultra and restart the game

- find "Yet Another ArmA Benchmark" under "SINGLEPLAYER -> SCENARIOS -> Steam subscribed content"

- don't press "S" at the start of YAAB, otherwise it will modify selected video options preset by lowering landscape and objects view distance from ultra (3800/2300 m) to standard (1600/1300 m)

- run YAAB 3 times and submit average FPS from each of 3 runs (to me via PM), so people with powerful CPUs and GPUs can compare.

 

CPU: indicate the model of your CPU (and its frequency, if overclocked). Also indicate CPU's cache frequency (i.e. i7-8700K 5.0/4.7 GHz core/cache). CPU's cache frequency can be checked using CPU-Z -> Memory -> NB frequency (north bridge).

CPU's cache frequency is very important! Higher than default CPU's cache frequency additionally increases FPS, increases RAM's and CPU's cache read/write/copy bandwidth and decreases RAM's and CPU's cache latencies.

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RAM: indicate the model of your RAM (and its frequency and primary timings, if overclocked, i.e. 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34) and if 1, 2, 3 or 4 sticks installed

GPU: indicate the model of your GPU (and if its with double vRAM capacity, i.e. RX 470 8 GB) and whether it's overclocked or not.

Hard drive: indicate where Windows and ArmA are installed, whether it's a HDD or a SSD

Windows: indicate Windows version and update version (i.e. Win 10 1903)

Monitor: resolution (for consistency/accuracy):

 

If you have a 1680x1050 (16:10) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1600x900 (16:9) and sampling (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> GENERAL) to 120% to match 1920x1080 (16:9) resolution.

If you have a 2560x1440 (16:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080 (16:9).

If you have a 3840x2160 (16:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080/2560x1440 (16:9).

 

If you have a 2560x1080 (21:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080 (16:9)

If you have a 3440x1440 (21:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080/2560x1440 (16:9)

If you have a 5120x2160 (21:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080/2560x1440 (16:9)

 

If you have a 3840x1080 (32:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080 (16:9)

If you have a 5120x1440 (32:9) monitor, change its resolution (OPTIONS -> VIDEO -> DISPLAY) to 1920x1080/2560x1440 (16:9)

 

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@1080p RTX 2080 Ti = RTX 2080 = GTX 1080 Ti = Radeon VII

@1080p +~1-2 FPS vs. RTX 2070

@1080p +~3-4 FPS vs. RTX 2060 / GTX 1080 / Vega 64 / GTX 1070 Ti / GTX 1070 / GTX 1660 Ti

@1080p +~__6 FPS vs. Vega 56 / GTX 1060 6GB / RX 590/580

 

@1440p RTX 2080 Ti = RTX 2080 = GTX 1080 Ti = Radeon VII = RTX 2070

@1440p +~_5 FPS vs. RTX 2060 / GTX 1080

@1440p +~_7 FPS vs. GTX 1070 Ti / RX Vega 64

@1440p +~15 FPS vs. GTX 1660 Ti / GTX 1070 / RX Vega 56

@1440p +~32 FPS vs. RX 590/580 / GTX 1060 6 GB

 

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*results sorted by CPU models + FPS

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.92

i9-9900K (8C/16T) @ 5.3/4.9 GHz core/cache | 32 GB DDR4 4200 MHz 16-17-17-32-320-2T (dual rank) | RTX 2080 Ti OC

88.7 FPS 1080p standard

69.4 FPS 1080p ultra

84.6 FPS 1440p standard

66.7 FPS 1440p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.90

i9-9900K (8C/16T) @ 4.7/4.3 GHz core/cache | 16 GB DDR4 3600 MHz 16-16-16-36-631-2T (single rank) | RTX 2080 Ti (no info on AI LEVEL)

66.9 FPS 1080p standard

52.9 FPS 1080p ultra

66.7 FPS 1440p standard

50.2 FPS 1440p ultra

 

YAAB v.0.98 | patch 1.84

i7-8700K (6C/12T) @ 5.0 GHz | 16 GB DDR4 4200 MHz CL16 (single rank) (most certainly not killed unnecessary background tasks / no info on AI LEVEL)
65.1 FPS 1080p standard
57.1 FPS 1080p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.90

i5-8600K (6C/6T) @ 4.8/4.5 GHz core/cache | 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz 15-17-17-35-540-2T (single rank) | RTX 2070

58.2 FPS 1080p standard

45.5 FPS 1080p ultra

57.4 FPS 1440p standard

44.2 FPS 1440p ultra

 

YAAB v.0.98 | patch 1.68

i7-7700K (4C/8T) @ 5.0/4.4 GHz core/cache | 16 GB DDR4 4200 MHz 17-17-17-36-260-1T (single rank) (most certainly not killed unnecessary background tasks / no info on AI LEVEL)
66.0 FPS 1080p standard

52.3 FPS 1080p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.90

i7-6700k (4C/8T) @ 4.4/4.1 GHz core/cache | 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34-560-2T (single rank) | GTX 1080 Ti

54.5 FPS 1080p standard

42.2 FPS 1080p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.90

i7-5775C (4C/8T) @ 4.2/3.8/2.2 GHz core/cache/eDRAM | 8 GB DDR3 2400 MHz 9-11-11-31-1T (dual rank) | GTX 1080 Ti
65.8 FPS 1080p standard
50.2 FPS 1080p ultra
63.2 FPS 1440p standard
49.9 FPS 1440p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.94

i7-4790K (4C/8T) @ 4.8/4.4 GHz core/cache | 32 GB DDR3 2400 MHz 10-11-12-18-204-1T (dual rank) | GTX 1070 Ti OC (Windows 10 1903) @Groove_C
66.1 FPS 1080p standard

47.3 FPS 1080p ultra

63.2 FPS 1440p standard

44.8 FPS 1440p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.90

i5-4690K (4C/4T) @ 4.5/4.3 GHz core/cache | 16 GB DDR3 2133 MHz 11-12-11-30-278-2T (dual rank) | R9 270 (Windows 7 x64)

48.2 FPS 1080p standard

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.92

R9 3900X (6C/12T) @ 4.225/1.867 GHz core/infinity | 32 GB DDR4 3733 MHz 14-15-14-32-262-1T (dual rank) | GTX 1070 Ti (Windows 10 1903)
62.3 FPS 1080p standard

58.7 FPS 1080p high

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.94

R5 3600X (6C/12T) @ 4.250/1.6 GHz core/infinity | 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz 16-18-18-36-1T (single rank) | RX 570 (Windows 10 1903)
53.1 FPS 1080p standard

49.9 FPS 1080p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.92

R5 3600 (6C/12T) @ 4.1/1.6 GHz core/infinity | 16 GB DDR4 3800 MHz 14-15-14-32-266-1T (single rank) | GTX 1070 Ti (Windows 10 1903) @oldbear
63.8 FPS 1080p standard

59.7 FPS 1080p high

48.4 FPS 1080p ultra

 

YAAB v.1.00 | patch 1.92

R5 3600 (6C/12T) @ 4.1/1.6 GHz core/infinity | 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34-560-1T (single rank) | GTX 1070 Ti (Windows 10 1903)
57.3 FPS 1080p standard

51.8 FPS 1080p high


YAAB v.0.98 | patch 1.88

R5 2600X (6C/12T) @ 4.2 GHz | 16 GB DDR4 3600 MHz 15-15-14-28-160-1T (single rank) | RX 470 (most certainly not killed unnecessary background tasks / no info on AI LEVEL)
58.3 FPS 1080p standard

 

*results sorted by CPU models + FPS

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