The Division Beta Performance Review

High End GPU performance - 1440p - GTX 980 Ti & R9 Fury X

The Division Beta Performance Review

High End GPU performance - 1440p - GTX 980 Ti & R9 Fury X

 

Moving up to 1440p we can see that the competition between AMD and Nvidia is still fierce, with neither the R9 Fury X or the GTX 980Ti really pulling far ahead of the other in either average or Minimum framerates.

At Ultra settings at 1440p we do see AMD pull ahead in average framerate, but the minimum is nigh identical to Nvidia's GTX 980Ti and still deliver a very similar gameplay experience.  

With both of these GPUs we can play this game at high settings and maintain a framerate of 60FPS or higher at pretty much all times, making this game ideal for gamers who use high refresh rate monitors or simply like to maintain a steady 60FPS at 1440p. 

 

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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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