Red Dead Redemption 2: PC graphics benchmark review (re-tested)

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  1. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    I think there is a bottleneck but it ain't CPU. My guess would be RAM. You would be surprised how many games are starting to see RAM bottlenecks now.
     
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    K.S. Ancient Guru

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    This is a great benchmark... like... *insert mushroom emoji* Going through the 1440P sections just scratching my chin at the 1660s... such an odd pair they turned out to be. Are the refreshes always just about unused silicon? (am I saying that right)

    EDIT: Man 1080ti has aged incredibly well. My god. Vega64 so far so good too, good for AMD; for a while at the beginning, there was a lot of hate about VEGA.
     
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    Think this game and a 2060 should keep me busy till the next gen cards are here, i imagine it'll still look great at 1080.
    i'm still impressed with far cry 3 at 1080, couple more weeks and i'll seal the deal. (Get most of my parts from amazon these days due to the no fuss returns) my first z490 was a dud for example).
     
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    need to get my eyes checked, it's 70 degrees not 70% ....heh
     

  5. ManofGod

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    Good results. Also, I do not even run the game at Max settings so I will get even better results on my Vega 56, Vega 64 and RX5700. :)
     
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    49 fps @4k for a 2080Ti is still disappointing.

    Hopefully 3080 will manage 60 fps+.
     
  7. Loophole35

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    At 4K if you drop the placebo effect from "ULtrA" down to just High and only set lighting to ultra I bet even a 2070 super and 5700xt would maintain 60+.
     
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    yea yea i get it you can mess about with the options and get the ideal fps you need but still nearly £1400 on a gfx card that only pushes 49fps @4k while maxed out on the settings.

    I believe Gen2 of RTX will do much better.
     
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    The issue here is Ultra is just placebo. There is no appreciable difference running high vs. ultra. This goes for most games.
     
  10. Elder III

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    Actually those settings won't even maintain a 50 fps avg. It's more like Textures on Ultra and the rest mostly Medium, a few on High to avg ~52 fps @ 4k in my testing.
     

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    The particle and volumetric effects are the biggest framerate killers.
     
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    Advanced settings and everything on ultra here and there, known as full custom settings can force even a 2080ti down to 30fps. Game is unreal if maxed out for real. True next Gen.
     
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    It's the game I most want/need multi gpu support for. It's also my biggest incentive to buy a next gen GPU when they are out.
     

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