Rise of the Tomb Raider is one of the prettiest Tomb Raider games to date and when I upgrade my GPU for around the $300 mark I want to be able to run TROTR with Ultra graphics turned on. So lets take a look at how well the GTX 1060 can run Rise of the Tomb Raider at 1080p and 1440p screen resolutions. We will then take a look to see the difference between the reference GTX 1060 Founders Edition versus the overclocked GTX 1060 MSI version of the same card.
Rise of the Tomb Raider Ultra Graphics setting @ 1080p running on Nvidia GTX 1060 Founders Edition 6GB
Rise of the Tomb Raider Ultra Graphics setting @ 1440p running on Nvidia GTX 1060 Founders Edition 6GB
Rise of the Tomb Raider Ultra Graphics setting @ 1080p running on MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6GB
Rise of the Tomb Raider on Nvidia GTX 1060 Ultra Benchmark Comparison Graph
NOTE: The figures above for Tomb Raider are taken from in-game as opposed to using the benchmark program provided by Rise of the Tomb Raider. This is in keeping with our original TR benchmarks and so repeated the same process for consistency across hardware.
Nvidia GTX 1060 Dollar Price per Rise of the Tomb Raider Frame Per Second
|GTX 1080 MSI||$7.90|
|GTX 980 ti MSI||$7.00|
|GTX 1060 MSI 6GB*||$5.50|
|GTX 970 MSI||$6.25|
|GTX 1060 Founders 6GB||$5.26|
|GTX 960 PNY||$6.56|
|GTX 950 PNY||$5.60|
NOTE - Frame per second prices above are based on GPU prices from Amazon US on 15th July 2016. We are still awaiting confirmation on *MSI dollar base price. MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G is £299 in UK today
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NOTE - We only have modern Nvidia graphics cards to test at the moment. Once the new AMD cards arrive we will compare all this awesome benchmark data against them as well. We also wanted to get the benchmarks out to you as soon as possible. However, we have lots of juicy data across the whole of Game-Debate for hardware comparisons against game system requirements and any other graphics card, so be sure to take a look here.