A man running with a full of ammunition and parachute bag tries to kill as many enemies as he can. PUBG delivers ambitious plans for dominating over fighters with a willingness to reach a position number one. That’s why it is still popular since its first-year launch. Infamous PC-GOKU-BENCHMARKS Youtube channel dares to test the game on Ryzen 7 3700x along with Geforce RTX 2080 at 1080p resolution with Ultra settings. For the test setup, they use MSI B450 Gaming Plus Max Motherboard, 16GB Corsair LPX 3600MHZ CL18 RAM, Scythe Mugen 5 Rev B CPU Cooler, 1TB Crucial P1 NVME M.2 + 8TB WD HDD, and Silent Base 601 PC Case.
When you fly on the plane you see the large island with several abandoned towns. The world depicts sadness from the past – bright life used to dwell these places. Conversely, you enjoy the map with running, hiding, shooting and looting. For the GPU the visuals from the map are hard to deliver due to their true design. But it is very cool to use your team’s tactics to overcome any obstacle from the area.
The major burden goes to the GPU which uses 94% of resources. But CPU uses only 30% of its resources, not surprising since PUBG is full of high graphics. Out of 16GB RAM, only 10.6GB helps to memorize all the processes coming from the gameplay. PUBG does not freeze even budget gaming PC that can cost around $500. Online multiplayer games like Fortnite and Apex Legends are always compatible with low budget PCs. So you could even buy APU to replace both GPU and CPU.
1080p is still friendly to PC hardware, unlike 1440p and 4k. Ultra settings are hardest for any GPU, performance can be tanked easily if you choose them. The frame rate averages at 178 FPS which is alright for the gaming experience. So, there are no problems in playing PUBG while using the testing setup.