Cyberpunk 2077 Performance Review and Optimisation Guide

1440p Benchmarks at Medium and Ultra Settings

Cyberpunk 2077 Performance Review and Optimisation Guide

1440p Benchmarks at Medium and Ultra Settings

Cyberpunk 2077 is a hugely demanding game, and DLSS is proving to be a godsend for Nvidia's Geforce RTX users. At Medium settings, even Nvidia's GTX 1080 Ti stays below 60 FPS. With Cyberpunk 2077, Nvidia's architectural changes with Turing and Ampere now makes sense. 

Older Pascal graphics cards will struggle to play Cyberpunk 2077 at high framerates and settings. Both Turing and Ampere-powered RTX GPUs will benefit from both DLSS and Cyberpunk 2077's clear Nvidia-focused optimisations. That said, outside of DLSS AMD's RDNA and RDNA 2 graphics cards perform admirably. If using the OC3D optimised settings outlined on page 9, AMD's RX 6800 is a great 1440p 60FPS graphics card. 
  

Cyberpunk 2077 Performance Review and Optimisation Guide  
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13-12-2020, 14:28:19

KingNosser
6800XT on can it run cyberpunk settings, yes, yes it can

It looks stunning, whenever they add dxr for amd cards i hope it is as smooth as now all be it lower fps, cause the game is very eye candy and i'm enjoying it, yet to have a single bug, but yea i get that a lot of people are getting some real weird bugs in the game.

Consoles far worse, it should change for ps5 and xboxSX, but this is the first game I'd say is a next gen title.Quote

13-12-2020, 14:29:46

AngryGoldfish
I haven't played the game myself, but it truly is stunning to look at. Despite all the challenges, CD Projekt Red deserve a huge round of applause. What they've built is an incredible feat that'll likely always be remembered.Quote

13-12-2020, 14:52:05

AlienALX
With RT enabled this is by far the best looking PC game I have ever seen. Even without it it's still stunning.

But yeah, as I kinda guessed RT is big in this one. Thankfully you don't need stupid FPS either, considering it's a single player mainly RPG.

It's not even a proper next gen title either. It's a "best of the last gen we will see" game.

Edit. My manners have gone for a walk again FFS. Thank you for doing this. Also, big up for putting the 2080Ti in there too. I can see why many didn't now. Once you get to high settings at 1440p it runs out of VRAM.Quote

13-12-2020, 17:30:29

NeverBackDown
CPU performance on Ryzen can be improved quite a bit if you modify the hex code in the .exe file.

With that said haven't done it myself. Not really interested in the game tbhQuote

13-12-2020, 18:28:05

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
CPU performance on Ryzen can be improved quite a bit if you modify the hex code in the .exe file.

With that said haven't done it myself. Not really interested in the game tbh
I have heard that and may investigate soon.Quote
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