This is exactly what I want to hear about.enabling the Virtual Machine Platform feature) Doom Eternal starts hitching no matter what detail setting I set it at and it's pretty persistent (about every 30 seconds or so) no matter what I'm doing. Once I remove the Virtual Machine Platform feature, my performance returns.
Correct. It's not that much, but what the article was stating was that a 5% decrease in overall performance, at least in the CPU, is a equal to a whole generation step back. That 5% loss in performance means you are using your current CPU as if it was an entire generation back. Is it really worth it if you don't need VBS? That's the entire point.289 FPS vs 301 FPS? 96 vs 103 FPS? This doesn't look that bad. I'm not sure if we'll notice it that much. Considering how invasive game DRM can be, I might prefer the extra security features. Now, if it were something like 96 FPS vs 120 FPS, I'd be saying something different.
It's still a good service to everyone to benchmark, track, and report on. I would like to see things like frame rate consistency, and systems that are under 60 FPS benchmarked.
This is exactly what I want to hear about.