RX 5700 XT Benchmark Shown Up In Playing Star Wars: Battlefront II On 1080p,1440p and 2160p High Settings

The game Star Wars: Battlefront II is like playing Crysis but with a lightning sword and running very fast. Your hero may never be tired. In testing the game YouTuber ARTIS tests Radeon RX 5700 XT on 1080p,1440p and 2160p high settings. For test setup, the channel uses Skylake i7 6700k @4.7GHz, MSI Z170A GAMING M7, SAMSUNG 120GB SSD, 3TB HDD, and ADATA 16GB KIT (4x4GB) DDR4.

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The higher resolution the lower average frame rate. To get optimal settings you better play at 1080p resolution. It will also prevent lagging on graphics and processing part. Star Wars games are exciting and contain much from the movie. If you want to enjoy being a true ‘Jedi’ lower resolution will provide smooth gaming.

Products mentioned:

AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT

Source: ARTIS via Youtube

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It’s almost 60 fps at 4K, I don’t think it needs to be much smoother, especially if you have a Freesync monitor.