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EVE Probe Installer 0.84.9963.0

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SamuraiJack
Tritanium Industries and Technology
Goonswarm Federation
#21 - 2014-12-10 03:23:43 UTC
Got some better results with my main rig.

1 : 8fps
2 : 5fps
3 : 2fps
4 : 13fps
5 : 12fps
6 : 4fps
7 : 14 fps

no lasers in the mining scene?

SJ's Chronicles - http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2103579/CLS-SamuraiJack

Caldari 5
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F. S.A.S
Affirmative.
#22 - 2014-12-11 06:51:30 UTC
Results with gaming PC (i7 920, 2x GTX680 4GB, 12GB System RAM)

1 : 82 fps
2 : 49 fps
3 : 34 fps
4 : 123 fps
5 : 121 fps
6 : 20 fps
7 : 84 fps

Also questioning the lack of lasers in the mining scene?

Also not really testing eve in its normal working state for me, normally running 4 copies of eve 1 on each Screen (old image of my PC http://i.imgur.com/5AIMHWg.jpg ), perhaps auto starting a probe test for each monitor in fixed window mode would be a more real world test for my rig :)
TheSmokingHertog
Julia's Interstellar Trade Emperium
#23 - 2014-12-11 16:19:36 UTC
So, why note of any kind in the newsfeed in the launcher of the new version?

"Dogma is kind of like quantum physics, observing the dogma state will change it." ~ CCP Prism X

"Schrödinger's Missile. I dig it." ~ Makari Aeron

-= "Brain in a Box on Singularity" - April 2015 =-

TheSmokingHertog
Julia's Interstellar Trade Emperium
#24 - 2014-12-11 16:35:54 UTC
For my own FPS improvement I would make a test with other stresses, open up 14 inventory windows and move stuff all over between them, make contracts, sell stuff, buy stuff and that with 14 chatwindows open.

"Dogma is kind of like quantum physics, observing the dogma state will change it." ~ CCP Prism X

"Schrödinger's Missile. I dig it." ~ Makari Aeron

-= "Brain in a Box on Singularity" - April 2015 =-

Linkoman
Brave Newbies Inc.
Brave Collective
#25 - 2014-12-11 17:22:39 UTC
Can't seem to get this to run on 64-bit Windows 7. Rig runs Eve Online just fine, but I click the eve probe icon and nothing happens. No error reports or anything.
TheSmokingHertog
Julia's Interstellar Trade Emperium
#26 - 2014-12-11 17:39:03 UTC
Linkoman wrote:
Can't seem to get this to run on 64-bit Windows 7. Rig runs Eve Online just fine, but I click the eve probe icon and nothing happens. No error reports or anything.


No problems here, can you run it in administrator mode?

"Dogma is kind of like quantum physics, observing the dogma state will change it." ~ CCP Prism X

"Schrödinger's Missile. I dig it." ~ Makari Aeron

-= "Brain in a Box on Singularity" - April 2015 =-

Catiz Soren
#27 - 2014-12-11 19:54:36 UTC  |  Edited by: Catiz Soren
10 years-old-PC-Pentium-4-GeForce-6600-1024x768 reporting in...
Wait a sec, my poor PC can't even launch the benchmark. Jesus.
Nothing happens after 'RUNNING!' status appears.

Помогаю людям разобраться с индустриальной (и не только) активностью в EVE.

Ines Tegator
Serious Business Inc. Ltd. LLC. etc.
#28 - 2014-12-11 21:13:36 UTC
Low of 20 (control tower), high of 74 (asteroid). No glitches, crashes, etc.

I should point out that I use two monitors in game, and the benchmark doesn't test that. Hopefully you guys have a way to account for that somehow.

Also, Amarr Race Master Race. As it should be.
Jason Chorant
Unity of Suns
Warped Intentions
#29 - 2014-12-11 21:56:44 UTC
I couldn't see any scene.

The probe launcher opens up, I click LAUNCH, then the screen blinks black a few times, then returns to desktop, tho it seems to be still running, nothing shows up. I stared to my desktop hoping that something would happen to no avail.

Windows 8.1 64, recently re-installed, GTX660, EVE runs on highest settings pretty smoothly.
Steijn
Quay Industries
#30 - 2014-12-12 09:49:14 UTC
Windows 7 64-bit, first time i ran it it stuck at 18% loading #1, fine after cancelling it and starting again.

1. 86
2. 50
3. 38
4. 155
5. 119
6. 15
7. 14
Arcos Vandymion
Ministry of War
Amarr Empire
#31 - 2014-12-12 10:11:21 UTC
1. 79
2. 42
3. 31
4. 128
5. 90
6. 17
7. 24

Which generally is over the playable at 30 fps (it's no competitive shooter guys) at the resolution of 1680*1050. Old screen, old chipset (FX 8350 4GHz, Asus R9 280 Strix, 16 GB RAM, Win7 64 bit).

The miningship seems to have no mining lasers fitted in the first place which would explain it not mining (seeing how everything else has turrets fitted if it uses them (those fits D= )).

The minni tower do have the that mentioned issue here as well.
Meadowvale
0rder of the Golden Dawn
#32 - 2014-12-12 12:46:17 UTC
Dell XPS 1640 Win 7 64-bit - 8GB RAM
ATI Mobility Radeon HD4670 - 2GB RAM

1. 6 fps
2. 4 fps
3. 3 fps
4. 15 fps
5. 7 fps
6. 4 fps
7. 14 fps
Nlex
Domini Canium
#33 - 2014-12-13 19:40:03 UTC  |  Edited by: Nlex
Running it as administrator from the same disk EVE is installed on gets me N/A on every scene, and every scene is marked with green "complete" on the results screen. No 3D visuals shown during whole test run.
Win7-64 i5 3470@3.2 16Gb RAM Nvidia GeForce 770 (2Gb VRAM) on 344.75 drivers

EDIT: disabling antivirus program appears to fix things. Results on first unhindered run are as follows:
Scene 1 - 59
Scene 2 - 55
Scene 3 - 42
Scene 4 - 59
Scene 5 - 60
Scene 6 - 26
Scene 7 - 60
Probably means I need to disable Vsync.

Addition: secondary run with Vsync off:
1 - 98
2 - 56
3 - 45
4 - 154
5 - 144
6 - 26
7 - 92

On both runs closeup of festival launcher green explosions in scene 7 got noticeable FPS drops. Scene 6 didn't have noticeable hiccups, why it's average is 26 is a mystery.
Enrique d'Ancourt
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#34 - 2014-12-14 09:30:54 UTC
CCP Snorlax wrote:
Jon Dekker wrote:
OSX version? I never log into my Windows partition anymore. :(

See https://forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=posts&m=5267379#post5267379

Over half a year later now.
Mac version anyone ?
Aedre Lafisques
Nadire Security Consultants
#35 - 2014-12-18 16:29:35 UTC
Beaver Retriever wrote:
Benchmark crashed after the fireworks test.

There was also a visual bug during the POS build animation - during the latter animation where the POS is deconstructed, the alpha/transparency on some windows or scaffolding of some sort on the Minmatar POS fails and becomes non-transparent.




My first time running Probe. I also noticed the POS build animation issue, on more than one of the structures, just before the animation starts to "de-build".

I also got a hang after the first animation the very first time I ran it - This was probably because during the animation I clicked in my second monitor to do something else (admittedly asking for trouble), but I mention it for posterity. The program did not continue on to the second scene, but I did notice the tiny lights on the ships continued to animate/flash.

I had pretty dismal results, but this computer is secondhand and seems to me kind of ****-fit for this application, in my limited understanding. <_<

WIn7 64, AMD Radeon HD 6700, 4 cores i5 @ 3.40GHz, 16GB DDR3.

1. 28
2. 11
3. 8
4. 45
5. 16
6. 12
7. 45
TheSmokingHertog
Julia's Interstellar Trade Emperium
#36 - 2014-12-19 03:58:15 UTC
When will the autoupdater be added? When it is run as screensaver, it can autopatch easily.

Got lot of positive reactions on the screensaver btw ;)...

"Dogma is kind of like quantum physics, observing the dogma state will change it." ~ CCP Prism X

"Schrödinger's Missile. I dig it." ~ Makari Aeron

-= "Brain in a Box on Singularity" - April 2015 =-

Kyalla Ahashion
KarmaFleet
Goonswarm Federation
#37 - 2014-12-20 06:38:20 UTC
CCP Snorlax wrote:
At last, an update to EVE Probe. We have more things in the pipes, but we felt we were way overdue in updating.

• EVE Probe now runs on Windows XP


I realize there may be a large number of people still using Windows XP. However, it's been out of security support for more than 6 months. The operating system itself, is fundamentally a giant backdoor/ Why support it in any way when the operating system vendor doesn't even support it anymore? Seems counterproductive to continue to develop for, and enable use of an operating system which exposes user's accounts to countless risks.

(And no, firewalls, anti-virus, etc, cannot protect an OS that is fundamentally insecure. Simply connecting XP to the internet and browsing the web with it are significant risks with no viable mitigation)
CCP Snorlax
C C P
C C P Alliance
#38 - 2014-12-22 17:06:46 UTC
Kyalla Ahashion wrote:
CCP Snorlax wrote:
At last, an update to EVE Probe. We have more things in the pipes, but we felt we were way overdue in updating.

• EVE Probe now runs on Windows XP


I realize there may be a large number of people still using Windows XP. However, it's been out of security support for more than 6 months. The operating system itself, is fundamentally a giant backdoor/ Why support it in any way when the operating system vendor doesn't even support it anymore? Seems counterproductive to continue to develop for, and enable use of an operating system which exposes user's accounts to countless risks.

(And no, firewalls, anti-virus, etc, cannot protect an OS that is fundamentally insecure. Simply connecting XP to the internet and browsing the web with it are significant risks with no viable mitigation)

We still have enough subscribers we'd rather not abandon using XP to warrant keeping it running, and this also turned out to be a very minor issue to fix.

CCP Snorlax - Software Architect - Team RnB - @CCP_Snorlax - http://ccpsnorlax.blogspot.is/

Jon Dekker
Dekker Corporation
#39 - 2014-12-22 19:22:10 UTC
CCP Snorlax wrote:
Kyalla Ahashion wrote:
CCP Snorlax wrote:
At last, an update to EVE Probe. We have more things in the pipes, but we felt we were way overdue in updating.

• EVE Probe now runs on Windows XP


I realize there may be a large number of people still using Windows XP. However, it's been out of security support for more than 6 months. The operating system itself, is fundamentally a giant backdoor/ Why support it in any way when the operating system vendor doesn't even support it anymore? Seems counterproductive to continue to develop for, and enable use of an operating system which exposes user's accounts to countless risks.

(And no, firewalls, anti-virus, etc, cannot protect an OS that is fundamentally insecure. Simply connecting XP to the internet and browsing the web with it are significant risks with no viable mitigation)

We still have enough subscribers we'd rather not abandon using XP to warrant keeping it running, and this also turned out to be a very minor issue to fix.


You support XP but no love for OSX?? /sadface
CCP Snorlax
C C P
C C P Alliance
#40 - 2014-12-22 19:40:14 UTC
Jon Dekker wrote:
CCP Snorlax wrote:
Kyalla Ahashion wrote:
CCP Snorlax wrote:
At last, an update to EVE Probe. We have more things in the pipes, but we felt we were way overdue in updating.

• EVE Probe now runs on Windows XP


I realize there may be a large number of people still using Windows XP. However, it's been out of security support for more than 6 months. The operating system itself, is fundamentally a giant backdoor/ Why support it in any way when the operating system vendor doesn't even support it anymore? Seems counterproductive to continue to develop for, and enable use of an operating system which exposes user's accounts to countless risks.

(And no, firewalls, anti-virus, etc, cannot protect an OS that is fundamentally insecure. Simply connecting XP to the internet and browsing the web with it are significant risks with no viable mitigation)

We still have enough subscribers we'd rather not abandon using XP to warrant keeping it running, and this also turned out to be a very minor issue to fix.


You support XP but no love for OSX?? /sadface

We run on OSX emulating Windows XP so this was actually a significant step in getting EVE Probe to run on the Mac.

CCP Snorlax - Software Architect - Team RnB - @CCP_Snorlax - http://ccpsnorlax.blogspot.is/

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