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So DOOM (2016) before Bethesda Softworks and id Software removed Denuvo from the PC version of DOOM (2016) had a few FPS drops from 200+FPS to about 140+FPS to 100+FPS to 90+FPS sometimes going to about 40FPS.

This was with all of the latest patches.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

If the FPS is 60 it would drop to 40FPS here and there.

Now on all of those tests as of today for singleplayer and multiplayer I get a constant 120FPS to the 200FPS.

If the FPS is 60 it stays at 60FPS now.

So as I told you guys before Denuvo drops something like anywhere from 10FPS to 30FPS.

Now that Denuvo is removed I don't get any FPS drops at all.

Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.

Any PC gamer here who wants to compare tests results tell them if you want to.
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Johnathanamz: So DOOM (2016) before Bethesda Softworks and id Software removed Denuvo from the PC version of DOOM (2016) had a few FPS drops from 200+FPS to about 140+FPS to 100+FPS to 90+FPS sometimes going to about 40FPS.

This was with all of the latest patches.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

If the FPS is 60 it would drop to 40FPS here and there.

Now on all of those tests as of today for singleplayer and multiplayer I get a constant 120FPS to the 200FPS.

If the FPS is 60 it stays at 60FPS now.

So as I told you guys before Denuvo drops something like anywhere from 10FPS to 30FPS.

Now that Denuvo is removed I don't get any FPS drops at all.

Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.

Any PC gamer here who wants to compare tests results tell them if you want to.
Ok. I'm unclear. Did you test your computer with the original DOOM or DOOM (2016)?

Because you said "Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is" that's the part that's confusing. May I ask for a clarification on which game you are testing, please?
Post edited December 08, 2016 by vidsgame
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Johnathanamz: So DOOM (2016) before Bethesda Softworks and id Software removed Denuvo from the PC version of DOOM (2016) had a few FPS drops from 200+FPS to about 140+FPS to 100+FPS to 90+FPS sometimes going to about 40FPS.

This was with all of the latest patches.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphical settings on Windows 7 64-bit 16GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a AMD 4 core processor at 3.40Ghz on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 960 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

On max graphicak settings on Windows 7 64-bit 6GB's of DDR 3 RAM, a Nvidia GTX 1060 and a Intel Core i5 2500k processor on both singleplayer and multiplayer I got those FPS drops.

If the FPS is 60 it would drop to 40FPS here and there.

Now on all of those tests as of today for singleplayer and multiplayer I get a constant 120FPS to the 200FPS.

If the FPS is 60 it stays at 60FPS now.

So as I told you guys before Denuvo drops something like anywhere from 10FPS to 30FPS.

Now that Denuvo is removed I don't get any FPS drops at all.

Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.

Any PC gamer here who wants to compare tests results tell them if you want to.
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vidsgame: Ok. I'm unclear. Did you test your computer with the original DOOM or DOOM (2016)?

Because you said "Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is" that's the part that's confusing. May I ask for a clarification on which game you are testing, please.
DOOM (2016) is the only DOOM video game that has Denuvo.

The original DOOM video game never had Denuvo since Denuvo didn't exist in the 1990's.

Inside had Denuvo before it was removed and is not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.

I want PC gamers who played DOOM (2016) before the patch that removed Denuvo to compare tests results if any of them did.

I managed to since I purchased the PC version of DOOM (2016) on Steam in June of this year.
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vidsgame: Ok. I'm unclear. Did you test your computer with the original DOOM or DOOM (2016)?

Because you said "Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is" that's the part that's confusing. May I ask for a clarification on which game you are testing, please.
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Johnathanamz: DOOM (2016) is the only DOOM video game that has Denuvo.

The original DOOM video game never had Denuvo since Denuvo didn't exist in the 1990's.

Inside had Denuvo before it was removed and is not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.

I want PC gamers who played DOOM (2016) before the patch that removed Denuvo to compare tests results if any of them did.

I managed to since I purchased the PC version of DOOM (2016) on Steam in June of this year.
Thank you. Someone were to get the boxed copy of DOOM (2016), they would be able to see, unless it's one of those games which requires Steam to update it before playing.

The boxed version being CD Retail unpatched and such.
Post edited December 08, 2016 by vidsgame
so Bethesda removed Denuvo from Doom 2016? This is a great news!
thank you for this information
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Johnathanamz: Someone should of done a test with Inside before Denuvo was removed although it's not a graphically intense video game like DOOM (2016) is.
"should have"