The legendary NVIDIA graphics cards are being tested through the internet by tech and gaming enthusiasts who want to stay unbias in delivering benchmarks. Recently, a techtuber ARTIS uses mid-range RTX 2070 Super OC with test setup: Skylake i7 6700k processor, Cooler Master Hyper 103, MSI Z170A GAMING M7 motherboard, ADATA 16GB KIT (4x4GB) RAM, SAMSUNG 120GB 2,5 SSD 840 EVO storage and SEAGATE Barracuda ST3000DM001 3TB HDD storage. Gears 5 is almost new in the gaming market, so everyone is waiting for various hardware tests.
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Let’s see what results come in pictures and graphs below
|Average Frame Rate||111.1 FPS||85 FPS||46.4 FPS|
|Average GPU Framerate||115.9 FPS||87 FPS||47.3 FPS|
|Average CPU Framerate (game)||260 FPS||273.7 FPS||292.5 FPS|
|Average CPU Framerate (render)||119.1 FPS||115.2 FPS||114.5 FPS|
|Average Minimum Framerate (bottom 5%)||86.7 FPS||70.7 FPS||40.5 FPS|
The table shows very interesting results. We start from an average frame rate: 1080p resolution provides the highest number and eventually 1440p and 2160 decrease the avg frame rate.
The same situation happens in average GPU framerate that decreases dramatically as pixels get higher and higher. However, avg CPU framerate (game) increases with little margins. In rendering it gets lower thus showing good performance. In less than 5% of avg minimum framerate decreases. GPU bound gets larger by pushing CPU bound to bottom 0.07%.
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