The Division Beta Performance Review

Game Settings - Why is V-Sync On by Default?

The Division Beta Performance Review

Game Settings

 

Given the fact that this is a Beta version of the game and subject to change in the coming weeks we have decided to keep the testing simple for this title, keeping to the games 4 preset graphical quality options, Low, Medium, High and Ultra. 

In the graphical options V-Sync is automatically turned on, but for testing purposed we have turned this option off. We have no idea why Ubisoft/Massive have decided to leave this option on by default, but we as always advise that you turn it off unless you really want it on.  

One other option that will likely annoy several people is Chromatic aberration, which is a graphical option that I personally hate seeing in games, but thankfully this can be turned off. We have dedicated a specific page to this graphical option and it's affect on the games visuals on a later page. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

22-02-2016, 13:09:57

Dicehunter
Good to see AMD doing well in this title, Looking forward to seeing the final products performance Quote

22-02-2016, 13:11:25

NeverBackDown
In his recent testing AMD seem to be doing better overall than Nvidia.Quote

22-02-2016, 13:46:19

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
In his recent testing AMD seem to be doing better overall than Nvidia.
Seems AMD have stepped up their driver game Quote

22-02-2016, 14:24:43

piotrekhc
I was getting 45-60 on Ultra 1440p on my rig with Evga 980 SC, dont think sli works here...Quote

22-02-2016, 15:02:57

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by piotrekhc View Post
I was getting 45-60 on Ultra 1440p on my rig with Evga 980 SC, dont think sli works here...
Seems about right, I was getting the same 40-60FPS range on Ultra at 1440P too but with a single 980 Ti so as a 980 Ti is getting the same as a 980 it could be limited in some way.

We'll have to wait for the finished product and game ready drivers for proper performance numbers from both AMD and Nvidia Quote
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