Tom Clancy's The Division PC Performance Review

1440p Testing with AMD R9 Fury X and Nvidia GTX 980Ti

Tom Clancy's The Division PC Performance Review

1440p Testing with AMD R9 Fury X and Nvidia GTX 980Ti

 

When testing this game we decided to use the games built in benchmarking tool, as we found the benchmark's average framerate performance to be very similar to that in game performance, though we also found the minimum framerates in the benchmark to be lower than what we experienced in gameplay. 

We decided to use the games built in benchmark for several reasons, firstly because the built in benchmark is very consistent and secondly because it removed the affect of in game time of day and weather changes from affecting out results. Typically the game will have almost identical average framerate performance and higher minimum framerates in almost all scenarios. 

With the R9 Fury X and GTX 980Ti it is actually pretty easy to maintain average framerates that are above 60FPS, which is something that is very surprising to see from a game that has such a high level of graphical fidelity. 

At 1440p both the GTX 980Ti and R9 Fury X deliver almost identical level of performance in-game, making both GPUs equally viable options for playing the game. 

 

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09-03-2016, 12:33:58

Warchild
Im benching some results right now. I clearly see an issue with Gsync at the moment. Ill post some results when im done.

Look at the FPS loss with Gsync turned on with SLI. I thought SLI was fine until i started benching some results. I just kept it simple and consistent. Results are an average of 3 runs per variation. And this is with the new Nvidia drivers intended for The Division.

Using a ROG Swift Monitor with refresh set at 120hz via Nvidia panel. Interesting was that when using windowed mode in game, it automatically locked refresh to 60hz as opposed to the 120hz set by default.

http://i.imgur.com/mMZ7yIO.pngQuote

09-03-2016, 12:57:26

AngryGoldfish
Do you have actual 4k images uploaded anywhere I can view comparing the graphics settings? Either I'm missing something embarrassingly obvious or the images are far too small to actually compare.Quote

09-03-2016, 13:08:03

WYP
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Do you have actual 4k images uploaded anywhere I can view comparing the graphics settings? Either I'm missing something embarrassingly obvious or the images are far too small to actually compare.
For whatever reason the 4K image links broke, but it it is fixed now.Quote

09-03-2016, 13:09:48

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
For whatever reason the 4K image links broke, but it it is fixed now.
Thanks!Quote

09-03-2016, 13:54:37

Treadpool
Noticed the 1440p benches are from beta, as noted in the screenshot title. Do you have updated benches for live? I have a 5930k (overclocked to 4.4) and a 980ti (also slightly overclocked) - with those settings I barely make mid 50s to 60 in-game. Especially with the NVAO+ stuff on. I don't see how you get 100 avg fps.Quote
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