For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

AMD RX 480 VS Nvidia GTX 1060 - Low, Medium, High, Very High and Extreme Settings

For Honor Closed Beta PC Performance Review

RX 480 VS GTX 1060 - Low, Medium, High, Very High and Extreme Settings

When comparing our AMD RX 480 and Nvidia GTX 1060 GPUs we can see that Nvidia has a clear performance lead in For Honor, which is unsurprising for a Nvidia branded game from Ubisoft.  

At extreme settings at 1440p both GPUs are unable to achieve a steady 60FPS during online gameplay, though both GPUs are able to maintain average framerates of over 60FPS when using the game's high graphical preset. 

For Honor is played optimally at 60+FPS, especially when playing the game online. In Multiplayer a steady framerate is essential to success online, with the game automatically kicking players from online matches if their framerate goes under 30FPS. These two GPUs are clearly more than capable of running this game, even at a high resolution of 1440p.  

These two GPUs are clearly more than capable of running this game, even at a high resolution of 1440p. Making these GPUs ideal for playing the game at Extreme settings at resolutions of 1080p and 256x1080 at 60+ FPS. 

 

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28-01-2017, 14:03:41

NeverBackDown
Just wondering here, but you think the 480 would do as well at 4k than a Fury X? With these new drivers, we keep seeing the 480 get closer and closer to its level. The extra VRAM helps to(not that it matters for this game).
It probably won't perform as well, but just curious if you know how roughly close it would be.Quote
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