Ghost Recon Breakpoint On Geforce GTX 1660 Ti at 1080p Benchmarks

Online shooting games always stay on top played list of the world. CS: GO, COD: MW, PUBG, Fortnite, Apex Legends still attract more and more gamers into the virtual world. Tom Clancy’s novel based games are holding strong positions in the top list too. The latest Ghost Recon Breakpoint is expected to climb to top 10 if the gamers find it disturbing and hilarious. People are still testing the game with their several gaming PC hardware sets. zWORMz Gaming channel on Youtube tries the game on Geforce GTX 1660 Ti at 1080p with multiple presets like low, medium, high, very high and ultra. His gaming PC specs consist of AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM, Sandisk plus 120GB SSD, Asrock B450 Pro4 motherboard, Sharkoon M25-W Case, Corsair RM750i 80+ gold power supply and Windows 10 OS.


The battle’s territory is quite vast and you can’t have any idea where the enemies come from by racing to crash area. Your objective is of course to investigate that area but you must kill your enemies before reaching the point. Forrest is thick because of trees that provide nice opportunity to hide behind them. Therefore, showing multiple trees can burden the GPU a bit at 1080p with different presets.


GPU’s temperature gradually increases from 57 to 69 degrees in Celcius as the gamer switches to medium, high, high AA, very high, very high AA, ultra, ultra AA presets. We should be happy with these thermal results for their low numbers. At 1440p and 4k we could see the frustrating degrees as they tank GPU’s performance by heating solidly.

Frame rates

The most optimal preset is Very High with AA because the average FPS is more than 60. Other presets make the frame rates unattractive to show. Poor GPU loses strength in ultra settings, so do not try that option. Medium and low presets are okay but you will not enjoy the graphics if your monitor has the clearest screen in the world.