World of Tanks – enCore

Test the New Graphics Engine

A downloadable utility to test how ready your rig is for the new HD graphics. You can download World of Tanks enCore here – http://wotencore.net/ .

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World of Tanks – enCore

26 thoughts on “World of Tanks – enCore

  1. heldermartins1 says:

    I must say this: WG is making a fine job with new graphics and the HD maps look orgasmic. This enCore programe is an excellente tool.
    Not everything that comes out of those guys is retarded…

  2. Q says:

    Based on the demo the game seems to be playable on my 7years old toaster. I dont get why does it give some arbitrary score instead of something like min/max/avg fps?

  3. Partybooper says:

    Over 10.000 on ultra settings on a system from January 2009 with the exception of my the graphics card (which is also ancient by now).

    Core i7 920 @ 3.6 GHz
    6GB DDR3-1600
    2GB nVidia GTX 770

    It’s a big step forward in comparison to the current client. And just as smooth (which is not hard considering how dated current WoT looks like and only runs around 100 fps-ish on max details).

    1. Anonymous says:

      Just under 10k for me with similar setup
      AMD FX6300 @ 3.5, 16GB ram, GTX 770 2GB. (my gtx is dying perf is throttled down a little)

      The new graphics update is a huge improvement visually but also in terms of performance optimization

  4. I got almost 12k on “ultra” and 32k on “medium” with following specs:

    i5 2500k @ 4GHz
    16GB DDR3-1600
    2GB NVidia GTX770

    I think there is room for some tweaking i.e. restrict prerendered frames and such in the drivers menue …

  5. Seth H says:

    Here is one of the things that bothers me about the tool:
    1) They state it isn’t a benchmark but it provides “points” to compare to others. Ummmm…. if it isn’t benchmarking, how is it determining the “points”?
    2) It bases the number (which we have no clue how that equates to FPS) on a replay. The tool should show FPS at all times and it should simulate, or allow you to, actual gameplay to compare with the current game. I don’t see anything in the replay that would really stress FPS like what we see in a match.

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