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 The pirated version of Final Fantasy XV runs faster - briefly
(hx) 06:25 PM EDT - Mar,12 2018
According to DSOGaming, the pirated version of Final Fantasy XV runs better than the Steam version. For this comparison they used an Intel i7 4930K (overclocked at 4.2Ghz) with 8GB RAM, NVIDIA’s GTX980Ti, Windows 10 64-bit and the latest version of the GeForce drivers. Both the Steam and the pirated versions were installed on an HDD. Right from the start, the pirated version loads faster than the Steam version. The Steam version needed 30 seconds in order to launch (for the first time) whereas the pirated version was ready in just 3 seconds. The second launch (by exiting and then re-launching the game immediately) needed 8 seconds for the Steam version, whereas the pirated version was – once again – ready in 3 seconds. The in-game maps also loads faster in the pirated version (58 seconds versus 1 minute and 40 seconds). Below you can find a video with the loading times for both the pirated and the Steam versions. The Steam version also suffers from additional stuttering. While we did notice very minor stutters on the pirated version, things were a lot worse on the Steam version. By taking a closer look at the CPU/GPU/RAM and Disk usage, we can finally discover what is causing these additional stutters. From the looks of it, the Steam version is constantly using the hard disk drive, resulting in random stuttering.

last 10 comments:
gx-x(07:19 PM EDT - Mar,12 2018 )
who cares, japan is 90% of player base for this crap.

Csimbi(06:53 AM EDT - Mar,13 2018 )
I don't give a damn about Jap-themed games, either. Can't stand them for some reason.
Not sure why this is news though - all games run faster without protection.

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