Call of Duty is one of the hyped multiplayer games that can be played with low specs and high specs as well. NVIDIA’s Geforce RTX family has several GPUs that are in high demand among gamers. Today we will see an FPS testing on RTX 2070 Super that could compete against RTX 2080 with just a little loss in frame rates. Hypers – Youtube channel shares FPS test of RTX 2070 Super in COD: MW at 1080P/1440P resolutions with system setup: Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6GHz – 4.9GHz without HyperTreading, RTX 2070 Super, G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 4X4GB DDR4 RAM, MODECOM VOLCANO 750 GOLD PSU, Samsung M.2 SSD 970 EVO 250GB, MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Motherboard, CORSAIR Hydro Series™ H110i GT 280mm Cooler, and Microsoft Windows 10 Pro.
1080P makes GPU’s temperature lower than 1440P. Therefore 1080P could increase the temperature to 50 degrees in Celcius while 1440p managed to create a hot to 54 degrees in Celcius. These temperatures are okay compared to APU. Here, we can conclude, the higher the resolution the higher the temperature.
At 1440p RTX 2070 Super could show 113 average FPS which is still good but lower than 1080p resolution’s. 151 average FPS is awesome for the gamer. Sometimes decisions are made in split seconds and therefore higher frame rate can be very beneficial. 4k could tank GPU’s performance till 80 FPS, however, low graphics settings allow you to play smoothly.
Sometimes maps play a vital role in GPU’s performance. The larger map the lengthier loading. The channel played ‘Groznyi Raid’ that has a lot of elements like trees, cars, buildings, walls, fences and more. Easy to hide, take a position, find cover but spotting the enemy is difficult. Because elements take the strength of your graphics card, your average FPS gets lower, especially at 4k and 1440p resolutions.
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