Resident Evil Village PC Port Report and Performance Review

1440p Performance

Resident Evil Village PC Port Report and Performance Review

1440p Performance

Even at 1440p, Resident Evil Village is able to run well across a wide range of old and modern graphics cards, with AMD's ageing RX Vega 56 offering a stable 60+ FPS experience when ray tracing is disabled. Not bad for a GPU from 2016. Nvidia's RTX 2060 graphics card also features strong performance. 

If this chart is anything to go by, Resident Evil Village is a great game for 1440p 144Hz Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) monitors. 
  

Resident Evil Village PC Port Report and Performance Review  

When ray tracing is enabled, Nvidia's RTX 2060 suffers again from performance issues. All other DXR compatible graphics cards that we tested were able to achieve stable 60+ FPS performance, but Nvidia again wins the day here. That said, it is hard to call AMD's performance poor here, as an average framerate of almost 95 FPS at 1440p isn't bad.  


Resident Evil Village PC Port Report and Performance Review  

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05-05-2021, 17:03:05

Dicehunter
Great review WYP, Good to see the 2080 Ti at roughly 3070 performance, Makes me less sad about not being able to upgrade Quote

05-05-2021, 17:56:14

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Great review WYP, Good to see the 2080 Ti at roughly 3070 performance, Makes me less sad about not being able to upgrade
Thanks Dice. I think a lot of people will be glad that this game doesn't need an upgrade to run well.Quote

06-05-2021, 10:25:04

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Great review WYP, Good to see the 2080 Ti at roughly 3070 performance, Makes me less sad about not being able to upgrade
We know you will upgrade soon in some way Quote

06-05-2021, 21:45:06

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
We know you will upgrade soon in some way

Don't really have much choice to upgrade and no way in hell am I paying 50% over MSRP, I wanted to get either a 3080 or 6800XT but the cheapest I've seen them going for is £1000, That is a massive NO from me.Quote

07-05-2021, 05:43:54

Dicehunter
Sorry for the double post but just curious, Which area of the game are you repeatedly going over for the benchmarking process ?Quote
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