[REL] Nürburgring (2018) is now available!

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  1. 2ndLastJedi

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    8100 vs 1600 and the 8100 wins by quite a margin ;) If you are on a budget leave the 8100 in and get the most GPU you can afford as the first upgrade then think about other upgrades at a later date. 8100 will be fine for rF2, AC, AMS and R3E as long as you don't go mad with Ai ;)
     
  2. CrimsonEminence

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    He could probably run even more cars with his configuration + the RX 570, i would assume, if he is playing in 1080p. :D
     
  3. CrimsonEminence

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    That's not correct. Single core it's a little better (pretty comparable), at multicore and productiveness, the Ryzen runs away. It has more cache, more threads, less energy consumption.
    The good thing is: rF2 doesn't need much multicore performance. :D
     
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    I was talking gaming and rF2 performance as was the topic being discussed ;)
     
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    Yeah and it's not beating the 1600 by quite a margin, it's pretty similar (5%+- difference depending on the [single thread] task)... (why i was recommending, to not focus on upgrading CPU and RAM, btw., because even the similar Ryzen 1600 runs still fine with rF2)
     
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    For those wondering about the 2.8GB update...

    Nürburgring (2018) v1.75
    - Added new layout "Support 24H"
    - First optimization pass.
     
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    G O O D
     
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    Great update, looks wonderful and increased fps

    Version GP : 130 FPS

    Version 24 HS: 25 FPS
     
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    :eek:
     
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    GRAB_035.JPG Very nice awesome update .
     
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    I have not yet driven on the latest version (PBR) of the Nurburgring.

    But the pictures are amazing, exactly what I expected, a more natural look.

    In fact you have transposed your know-how used for the tracks of Le Mans, Portland, Loch drumond...... With great success !!!

    Trees in particular, although 2D, have changed enormously since we saw the Le Mans 24H update.

    Well done, keep it up, you are doing a very good job.
     
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    Why isn't there the GT layout yet? I mean, most of paid DLC is GT3 but we can't race on a GT layout of the track...
     

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