Assassins Creed Valhalla PC performance report - Graphics card benchmarks

Written by Chad Norton on Tue, Nov 10, 2020 10:45 AM
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Assassins Creed Valhalla is officially releasing tomorrow. The third entry in the recently sort-of-rebooted Assassins Creed trilogy mostly takes place in the lush green hills of England, and whilst the location looks pretty good, how well does AC Valhalla perform? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for Assassins Creed Valhalla...

First of all, in this PC performance benchmark article for Assassins Creed: Valhalla, we benchmark a range of graphics cards going from the higher-end RTX 2080, the lower-end  which is also the minimum required GPU for 30fps gameplay at 1080p resolution on Low graphics settings, as well as the mid-range  which is the recommended GPU for 1080p High settings at 30fps.

Then we go through the FPS test results of each graphics card running at 1080p, 1440p and 4K screen resolutions. From there we can see the performance of the minimum and recommended system requirement graphics cards and consider how well optimized Assassins Creed Valhalla really is.

AC Valhalla includes an in-game benchmarking tool, but considering how this has not been indicative of recent Ubisoft games, we decided to test to see if the benchmarking tool available is representative of actual in-game performance. In short, the answer seems to be yes, with a little variation. So we have added a section at the bottom of this article that compares the in-game performance to the benchmark tool.

So because the benchmark tool is similar to in-game performance, we opted to use the benchmarking utility provided, which takes you in a swooping tour of the village, dodging in between huts and NPCs as well as going over a small river to get some reflections. Overall, we felt this scenario was pretty representative of most of your experience in Assassins Creed: Valhalla, in terms of performance at least.

With that in mind, let's jump into the performance benchmarks for Assassins Creed Valhalla...

Assassins Creed Valhalla PC Graphics Settings

Check your PC can run Assassins Creed Valhalla system requirements

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Assassins Creed: Valhalla minimum system requirements 1080p 30fps - Low Preset

Assassins Creed: Valhalla recommended system requirements 1080p 30fps - High Preset

Assassins Creed: Valhalla high system requirements 1080p 60fps - High Preset

Assassins Creed: Valhalla enthusiast system requirements 1440p 30fps - Very High Preset

Assassins Creed: Valhalla enthusiast system requirements 1440p 60fps - Very High Preset

Assassins Creed: Valhalla Ultra system requirements 4K 30fps - Ultra High Preset

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Assassins Creed Valhalla RTX 2080 benchmarks and frames per second analysis performed on Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Intel i9-9900K | 16GB

Average FPS for  in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1080p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 103.2 88.9 75.4 69.9 64.8
Min FPS 91.5 76.5 65.3 60.8 57.1
Max FPS 112.4 100.5 82.8 78.8 76
1% Low FPS 73.4 64.9 50.2 46.9 43.1
0.1% Low FPS 23.1 43.6 32.5 31.5 23.6

The FPS performance of the RTX 2080 at 1080p resolution in Assassins Creed Valhalla is pretty good. Whilst this does show how demanding the game is, at least at this resolution you can comfortably achieve 60fps gameplay on Ultra High graphics settings.

Average FPS for  in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1440p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 87.7 73.2 61.5 57.8 53.2
Min FPS 78.5 64.4 52.8 50.3 42.6
Max FPS 95.9 81.7 66.9 63.3 59.9
1% Low FPS 62.7 52.2 41.4 39.7 9.4
0.1% Low FPS 20.5 23 20.6 29.8 4

At 1440p, the FPS performance of the RTX 2080 in Assassins Creed Valhalla is pretty good. If you want to saty on 60fps gameplay your best bet is to stick to High graphics settings. However, AC Valhalla is still perfectly playable on Ultra High settings.

Average FPS for  in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 4K

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 60.5 48.4 39.8 37.6 32.8
Min FPS 54.6 42.4 34.3 32.3 28.2
Max FPS 66.3 53.1 43.7 41.2 37.5
1% Low FPS 46.3 36.1 29.8 26.3 25.4
0.1% Low FPS 20.2 22.2 18.1 11.9 21.2

At 4K resolution, the RTX 2080's FPS performance in Assassins Creed Valhalla is okay. If you want to get playable performance you can stick to Very High graphics settings, as Ultra High can dip below 30fps during the more demanding moments in-game.

Overall, the RTX 2080 is perfectly suitable for playing Assassins Creed Valhalla on Ultra High graphics settings at 1080p and 1440p resolutions. At 4K, it is recommended to stay on Very High as Ultra High settings can drop below 30fps during some more demanding moments.

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Assassins Creed Valhalla RTX 2060 benchmarks and frames per second analysis performed on Nvidia PNY GeForce RTX 2060 | Intel i7-5820K | 16GB

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1080p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 91.5 77.2 62.6 58 54.3
Min FPS 82.7 68 55.4 50.8 48.1
Max FPS 101.3 84.6 70.9 66.2 62.5
1% Low FPS 67.9 55.3 42.6 39.6 38.2
0.1% Low FPS 49.5 37.8 36.7 14.3 30.8

The FPS performance of the RTX 2060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla at 1080p is pretty good, again you can see how demanding AC Valhalla is here, but performance on Ultra High graphics settings is still playable and comfortable.

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1440p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 73.1 59.7 48.5 45.7 41.3
Min FPS 66 52.7 42.2 39.6 36
Max FPS 79.4 64.1 53.8 51.3 47.9
1% Low FPS 54.4 44.6 35.8 33.2 30.3
0.1% Low FPS 38.3 35.5 31.1 27.8 25.2

At 1440p the RTX 2060's FPS performance in Assassins Creed Valhalla is okay, as Medium settings immediately drop performance below 60fps. However, the game is still playable even on Ultra High graphics settings as it generally won't drop below 30fps even in demanding situations.

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 4K

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 48.1 37.4 30.4 13.2 9.5
Min FPS 43.7 33.3 26.5 9.5 7.7
Max FPS 52.3 40.3 33.4 16.4 12
1% Low FPS 39.1 30.2 23.8 9.3 7.5
0.1% Low FPS 30 26.6 17.8 9 7.3

Finally, at 4K resolution the RTX 2060's FPS performance is not that great, whilst it's still playable on Low and Medium graphics settings, High drops slightly below 30fps in-game and any higher graphics settings results in unplayable frame rates.

In the end, the RTX 2060 is pretty good for playing AC Valhalla on Ultra High graphics settings for 1080p and 1440p resolutions. However, at 4K it is recommended to stick to Low or Medium settings as any higher can result in unplayable frame rates.

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Assassins Creed Valhalla GTX 1060 benchmarks and frames per second analysis performed on Nvidia MSI GeForce GTX 1060 | Intel i7-5820K | 16GB

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1080p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 66.6 55.9 48 44.8 41.2
Min FPS 53.2 49.2 42.6 39.7 36.9
Max FPS 73.7 60.7 53.3 48.8 45.5
1% Low FPS 16.2 40.7 31.4 30.9 28.7
0.1% Low FPS 7.9 14.1 18.1 26.3 24.9

The GTX 1060 is the recommended GPU for 30fps gameplay at 1080p resolution on the High graphics settings preset. Considering this, the FPS performance for the GTX 1060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla at 1080p is pretty good. Whilst it does not reach above 60fps after the Low settings preset, on Ultra High you still get a decent frame rate and is still certainly playable.

As a side note: we even left the benchmark tool and went in-game to check performance, and found that the frame rate was around 1-3fps lower in-game. Which is not too bad considering this was only supposed to run on the High preset for 30fps gameplay.

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1440p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 50.1 40.6 34.7 31.6 28.2
Min FPS 45.6 35.7 30.8 27.6 25
Max FPS 54.5 44.6 38.3 34.7 31.5
1% Low FPS 40.4 31.7 24.2 22.9 19.9
0.1% Low FPS 32.3 26.1 13.4 11.5 11.5

The GTX 1060's FPS performance in Assassins Creed Valhalla at 1440p resolution is okay, as Very High and Ultra High graphics settings drop below 30fps it is recommended to stay on High or Medium presets for that extra headroom in demanding situations.

Average FPS for Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 4K

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 29.9 23.2 19.2 12 11.5
Min FPS 27 20.8 17.1 9.2 9.9
Max FPS 32.3 24.8 21.1 14.5 13.2
1% Low FPS 24.6 19.5 14.3 5.1 9
0.1% Low FPS 17.8 14.9 11.5 4.3 7.9

At 4K, the GTX 1060's FPS performance is completely unplayable in Assassins Creed Valhalla, as frame rate drops below 30fps and starts to negatively impact your enjoyment in-game.

In the end, the GTX 1060 is pretty good for playing Assassins Creed Valhalla at 1080p resolution on the highest graphical preset. At 1440p it's recommended to stick to High graphics settings or lower, and 4K is completely unplayable with the GTX 1060 in AC Valhalla.

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Assassins Creed Valhalla R9 380 benchmarks and frames per second analysis performed on AMD MSI Radeon R9 380 Intel i7-5820K | 16GB

Average FPS for AMD Radeon R9 380 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1080p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 31.1 24.2 20.7 15.2 13.5
Min FPS 24.7 20 17 12.3 10.7
Max FPS 36.9 28.2 24 17.2 14.9
1% Low FPS 8.5 11.8 10.2 6.9 6
0.1% Low FPS 4.3 8 9.1 5.2 4.2

The Radeon R9 380 is the minimum required GPU to run Assassins Creed Valhalla at 1080p 30fps performance on the Low graphics settings preset. This seems to be fairly accurate but most of the time the performance drops below 30fps during in-game gameplay even on Low graphics settings. This is quite disappointing as the GTX 1060 above exceeded performance expectations, whilst the R9 380 does not meet them at all.

Average FPS for AMD Radeon R9 380 in Assassins Creed Valhalla @ 1440p

Assassins Creed Valhalla Low Medium High Very High Ultra High
Average FPS 24.6 17.9 11.7 11.2 10.1
Min FPS 21.1 15.4 9.4 8.6 7.8
Max FPS 28.3 19.8 13.9 13.9 11.8
1% Low FPS 12.2 10.7 5.9 5 4.8
0.1% Low FPS 8.8 8 5.7 3.6 3.4

At 1440p, the FPS performance of the R9 380 is pretty poor. Even on Low graphics settings the frame rate is unplayable when in-game and so this resolution is not recommended at all with this graphics card.

Overall, the R9 380 is disappointing as it is the minimum required GPU for 30fps gameplay but can't even reach that at 1080p. So if you want to play AC Valhalla using an R9 380 you may need to drop to 720p resolution for decent performance.

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Is the Assassin Creed Valhalla benchmark tool representative of in-game performance?

Since some games in the past have included benchmark tools in the main menu that weren't indicative of real in-game performance, we run tests using the utility as well as actual in-game performance to see whether the Assassin Creed Valhalla benchmark tool is representative of in-game performance.

Below we have provided a table that compares performance of each scenario, so you can see whether the benchmark provided in AC Valhalla matches the performance when you're actually in-game playing. We used an RTX 2060 graphics card and turned the game up to Ultra High graphics settings at 1080p resolution for all 3 tests.

For these results we first used the benchmarking tool to give us a baseline control number to compare to, then tested out performance in-game by running around a small area in a forest and killed some bad guys. This ended up giving us more performance, and so we decided to do the test again but outside the forest into an area that was a little bit more demanding. Here we found the performance to be pretty similar, although a little less than what we achieved using the benchmark tool.

RTX 2060 Benchmark tool In-game In-game (more demanding)
Average FPS 54.6 58.2 53.3
Min FPS 48.3 39.9 43.3
Max FPS 62.8 68.3 63.3
1% Low FPS 38.1 46.1 39.7
0.1% Low FPS 23.8 3.5 35.7

As you can see in the results above, performance in less demanding areas is roughly X% higher than what you would achieve using the benchmark tool. But when in more demanding areas, the in-game performance drops to slightly lower than the benchmark tool.

We swapped out to a GTX 1060 to also see if there is a difference between graphics cards, and found that the difference was only by about 1-3fps in the more demanding area.

We also switched to an RTX 2080 and got some pretty interesting results. Here again we tested the benchmark tool as a baseline, then went in-game to a quieter, less demanding area as well as a much more demanding area. These results were recorded at 1080p resolution on Ultra High graphics settings.

RTX 2080 Benchmark tool In-game In-game (more demanding)
Average FPS 64.8 81.8 63.8
Min FPS 57.1 65.9 55.7
Max FPS 76 102.5 82.1
1% Low FPS 43.1 60.3 41.8
0.1% Low FPS 23.6 15.3 22.9

As you can see, in-game performance is pretty representative of the benchmark tool when in more demanding areas, and is only slightly worse by 1fps difference. However, in much quieter areas where there is much less going on, performance can increase significantly.

What this tells us is that the benchmark tool provided in Assassins Creed Valhalla is pretty representative of actual in-game performance, give or take a small percentage depending on the area. So if you run the benchmark tool yourself you'll know that performance will be slightly better or worse in-game, but not by a large margin, whilst quieter areas may yield even higher frame rates.

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Conclusion

Looking over all the benchmark results above, Assassins Creed Valhalla is a very demanding game in terms of FPS performance at the highest graphics settings. Luckily AC Valhalla runs fine at 30fps or above and does not look all too bad on lower graphics settings.

The benchmark tool provided also seems to be pretty representative of real in-game performance, though it can differ by a few frames depending on how demanding the area. At times, in-game performance can even exceed benchmark results in more quieter moments, but at least you'll know that most of the time you won't be getting much worse performance in-game compared to the benchmark tool.

The recommended GPU for 1080p 30fps gameplay on High graphics settings is the GTX 1060, which seems to exceed performance expectations and can even play on Ultra High graphics settings at a comfortable frame rate. The R9 380 on the other hand does not meet performance expectations at all, which was the minimum required GPU for 1080p 30fps gameplay on Low graphics settings.

If you want to play Assassins Creed Valhalla at it's best you will need a pretty beefy GPU to handle it. To play at 1080p on Ultra High settings you will need at least an RTX 2080 to achieve consistent 60fps gameplay.

Overall, Assassins Creed Valhalla is very demanding and will require some decent modern hardware in order to run at a comfortable frame rate, though there is some headroom to adjust performance if you need some extra frames.

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08:53 Nov-20-2020

I see a lot of complains about optimization issues in relation to how the game doesn't look any different from Odyssey. Yet I have the same settings as in odyessey for valhalla (1440p ultra settings for everything except antialising and showdows on high and I get a steady 55 fps with some drops close to 50 and as high as to 76 fps when climbing walls) and my experience I can say is way better.(1)

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08:59 Nov-20-2020

(2) As for what has changed I see a lot more details and clear waters, weather is different, refections are better the fur of the animals looks more realistic. but still flames look pixalted (that's the 3rd in the series in both odyessey and origins was bad), shadows are not something fantastic even in highest settings. All in all a better experience for me.

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23:34 Nov-15-2020

What settings can I get when i play this game on my current specs?

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00:20 Nov-16-2020

The game currently doesn't launch on GTX 750 Ti because of DX 12_0, you have a decent CPU why you still using this GPU i advise you to get at least RX 570 or 580.

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08:23 Nov-11-2020

The game doesn't look all that different from AC Odyssey, yet its almost 40% more demanding? sorry but this smells like poor optimization to me. But lets see how the game performs on consoles.

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07:46 Nov-11-2020

I wonder if AC , or WD Legion are just demanding or they just have bad optimization. Ubisoft had to use Vulkan.

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02:05 Nov-11-2020

Getting around 60-90fps at 1080p. Towns are quite demanding but overall no complaints here. I keep hearing about how the game isn't well optimized but I think it's just a demanding game, not necessarily an unoptimized game.

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10:05 Nov-11-2020

It looks 95% like Odyssey. Idk where all that demand is coming from

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19:46 Nov-11-2020

There is nothing demanding about this game the visuals doesn't justify the performance same with Watch Dogs Legion.

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23:11 Nov-10-2020

Getting around 70 FPS on 1440p ultra. Quite a few drops though, haven't tried the new Nvidia driver so that might help with those

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14:56 Nov-10-2020

If you have any GPU from before 2016-2015(GTX 750 Ti or R9 200...) don't bother the game required DX 12_0 and won't even run on those GPUs. also DX12 helps a lot with CPUs no more 100% all the time like Odyssey and Origins.

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13:37 Nov-10-2020

1080p high it is.

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12:14 Nov-10-2020

If you have GTX 1050 I wouldn't advise trying to play this game, I can't even get stable 30fps on 768p lowest settings, the fps drops all the way to 15 in busy areas.

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12:25 Nov-10-2020

I'd guess it's the VRAM amount? The 1060 seems to be doing really well, all things considered.

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12:33 Nov-10-2020

Yep VRAM limitation
The game runs poorly on 4Gb GPU, you can only push it to medium settings
2Gb is not enough to run the game properly
And it's on the system requirements btw : GTX 960 or R9 380 both 4Gb versions

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14:13 Nov-10-2020

Both VRAM and his CPU. 4c4t CPU's also do not cut it in modern AC games. Odyssey dipped into the 30's when I had a 4670k.

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14:21 Nov-10-2020

i doubt that it was bec of 4670k as ac odyssey can drop into 30s with my 8c/8t as well and that dosnt even happen when you get into busy areas there fps is fine but whenever i get into a cave and light a torch my fps would tank heavily

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15:27 Nov-10-2020

Without question it was the CPU. CPU usage would max out in towns/cities where the dips occurred, while the GPU near idled. Not sure why you would get dips to 30 on your rig, especially in that scenario. This wasn't exclusive to Odyssey either, BFV, Modern Warfare and Red Dead 2 all had the same issue.

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16:30 Nov-10-2020

it probably is the cpus fault, gtx 1050 should get playable framerates at high at 768p but it is the cpu that is holding it back

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15:00 Nov-10-2020

Yeah it's the Vram most likely , the game runs fine on GTX 1050 Ti (1080p low-medium 30-45 fps).

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12:04 Nov-10-2020

I think it might be time to upgrade the CPU on the benchmarking rig. Especially knowing that the last few AC titles were quite demanding on the cpu.

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12:27 Nov-10-2020

Not everyone upgrades to the latest and greatest all the time. These benches I find more "realistic" than the ones done by Linus and such, since I personally don't have a 10900K or a 5950X to run games and neither do most people anyway :)

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13:34 Nov-10-2020

I agree, but an r5 5600x would get more performance than an i7 5820k or i7 5960x in games, especially at stock, but even when overclocked, considering that the r5 5600x beats the i5 10600k which has an all-core boost of 4.4-4.6Ghz. Well when not gpu limited
I still think that first gen Zen and haswell are great for ga

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15:12 Nov-10-2020

Well, my Haswell-E is running 4.5GHz when gaming and in quad-channel memory, so it's not really bad, especially considering that I'm also usually playing at stupid resolutions (been revisiting GTA IV at 8K and 10K res, for example), so the major part of the heavy lifting is on the GPU :)

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16:32 Nov-10-2020

Do you still experience drops to 40 fps in gta4 @xquatrox? at any resolution?

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16:44 Nov-10-2020

I used to have real bad drops on this very same CPU, but it doesn't seem so anymore - though I'll have to check out some problem areas to confirm (like when driving out of the area where Faustin's house is - I used to have bad drops there).

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16:47 Nov-10-2020

I see the screenshot link got F'd by GD somehow, some underscores turned into bracketed "em" for god knows what reason...


Here are some samples anyway

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19:51 Nov-10-2020

Not everyone, sure, but this is a workstation cpu from years ago, which had different core structure than the mainstream ones and so not as good for gaming.
And then the fact that even quite cheap CPUs from a year or two ago are considerably better for gaming than this one...

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10:42 Nov-11-2020

@Meferias - I'd like you to back that up with something, since this system, from my own tests and comparisons, is really only surpassed by Intel's latest and the latest Ryzens for a measurable difference. And we're then only really talking 1080p, which matters to me as much as ballet dancing (= not at all). As soon as you jump to 1440p and above - the difference disappears very quickly, as the bottlenecking shifts to the GPU. And I don't even play at 1440p if the fps allows, which is never a problem on the CPU side.

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16:41 Nov-11-2020

Man that cpu you have is amazing, 6 years and still kicking last ryzen and intel cpus butts

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17:17 Nov-11-2020

Yeah, for a 2013/2014 tech chip - it's damn good. I really don't feel the need to upgrade, aside from faster rendering (which is why I'd consider a 5950X Ryzen, but the dual-channel memory would be a downgrade, considering my 2400MHz kits currently run in quad-channel). So I just kept swapping out GPUs. I will upgrade eventually, but it needs to be a worthy successor - considerably faster in single-threaded workloads, more cores and, ideally, quad-channel support. An obscene number of PCIe lanes is a plus :)

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11:23 Nov-10-2020

I played Odyssey with at a fairly consistent 60fps using the settings from Hardware Unboxed, so I'm curious to see how this game runs on those settings. Is there going to be an article for each setting's performance like usual?

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11:17 Nov-10-2020

i have ryzen 5 2600 rx 580 8gb 16gb ram and i get on 4K @ ultra high bench. 39 fps avg

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What settings do you use for 60-70 FPS?

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Can They Run... |

| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Core i7-10700 8-Core 2.90GHz GeForce RTX 2060 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU II 2GB OC Edition 16GB
0% No [2 votes]
Pentium Dual Core B960 2.2GHz Radeon HD 6950M 4GB
0% No [2 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 720p
Athlon II X2 245 GeForce GTS 250 4GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 5 3500U 4-Core 2.1 GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 8GB
| 60FPS, High, 720p
Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz Radeon R5 340 (OEM) 4GB
| High, 720p
Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz Radeon R5 340 (OEM) 4GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
Ryzen 5 3500U 4-Core 2.1 GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 8GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 30FPS, Medium, 720p
Ryzen 5 3500U 4-Core 2.1 GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 10GB
| 30FPS, High, 1080p
Core i3-8100 4-Core 3.6GHz GeForce GTX 1060 3GB 16GB
100% Yes [4 votes]
| 60FPS, Ultra, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 32GB
100% Yes [5 votes]
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 7 5800H 8-Core 3.2GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]