Gaming on the bolt, max details enabled. Video.

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  1. Chad Ringstrom

    Chad Ringstrom New Member

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    Edit: I miss spoke in the video when I was describing the pin headers. They are not referred to as “raspberry pi connectors” , nor toslink.

    I guess I was nervous with excitement and wasn’t precise when choosing my words.
     
  3. Xathian

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    Impressive. Can you make a follow up showing how the game runs at 1080p with lowered settings? (Without lowering the Render Scale). And give an actual FPS count?

    Also can you show any other games that UDOO themselves haven't already shown in the promo material? I want to see the real world, end user performance and not cherry picked stuff or anything with an overpowered external GPU plugged in.
     
  4. Chad Ringstrom

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    Looks like all the games are capping at about 60 FPS. I don't own a lot of games as I'm not much of a gamer but the 3 or 4 that I just tried, all cap out at 60 FPS when using 1080p with most of the details maxed out, I will measure 4K when I move it to a different TV.
     
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    You're running this without an external GPU? I haven't had a chance to test much yet, but did try fortnite last night and was only able to get a stable framerate when dropped to 30 fps and all settings turned down.
     
  6. evaloverde

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    Loved the video! Don't worry about not getting everything right I could see the excitement. It's great to finally see one of the boards at work!
     

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