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The game is an action-puzzler. The puzzle comes from rearrange circuits to spread the virus. The action comes from dodging anti-virus drones while doing it. It’s one of the few puzzle games out there where you can play co-operatively (with up to 3 friends). But if you tire of working together, there is a battle mode where you can take on your friends to see who is the supreme virus.
Low vs Ultra A Virus Named Tom Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a GeForce GT 1030 get @ 1080p?

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A Virus Named Tom

GeForce GT 1030

Low Vs Ultra GeForce GT 1030 Performance Review

We can see that when playing A Virus Named Tom with a GeForce GT 1030 will return a consistently high 200+ frame rate. Those frames are achieved on A Virus Named Tom when being played at 1920x1080 screen resolution and on High graphics.

Playing A Virus Named Tom on Ultra 4k is certainly possible with this graphics card and we expect it will return around 200+ frames per second at that top scale resolution.

Finding a PC with this gpu or better would return some strong FPS in A Virus Named Tom. We would definitely recommend running at 4K screen res and on ultra, before trying any lower screen resolution. You would also need at least 1GB of RAM.

In summary, Ultra graphics setting is highly achievable with this GeForce GT 1030 card, but what monitor resolution are you looking to play A Virus Named Tom at, because you can get 200+ FPS at Ultra 4K. But perhaps you feel better served at 1440p, where you would get 200+ frames per second on Ultra 1440p. Lower the resolution further and you get a blistering 200+ FPS at 1080p Ultra.

GeForce GT 1030 Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for A Virus Named Tom

Graphics Card price at launch: