Sniper Elite 4 Performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison - Part 2

Sniper Elite 4 Performance Review

4K Screenshot Graphical Comparison

When moving from low to high settings we can see that again the major differences are in texture and shadow quality, with lower levels of detail on distant objects. As a sniping game, Sniper Elite 4 only lowers the graphical detail of foliage and will not draw some far off details, though only minor details like railings scaffolding and tessellated details within the environment.  

These graphical changes make no real difference to the gameplay of Sniper Elite 4, allowing players to shoot enemies at long range without much concern for the reduces environmental detail.    

Again there are only minor visual differences between High and Ultra settings, so new players should start at high settings and tweak their graphical settings from there until they achieve a steady framerate.   

     
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(See full sized High VS Ultra slider here)

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15-02-2017, 07:10:24

SPS
Great info dump. I'd be interested to see a set of results with the CPU massively downclocked with all setting levels in both DX11 and DX12 versus stock clocks.Quote

15-02-2017, 13:59:12

NeverBackDown
Pascal still being picky with Async I see. Better then worse half the time. I think going from dx11 to 12 without Async, those tiny performance gains probably come from only the CPU, even with Async again half the time it's like that too. Although it is rather interesting to see that you get the best improvements at lower resolution and you get less and less in return as you crank up the settings.Quote

15-02-2017, 15:46:38

AngryGoldfish
Another good showing from the Fury X. The HBM is proudly displaying its wings with the higher resolutions. Vega and future HBM-equipped GPU's by Nvidia and AMD will be excellent for higher resolutions.Quote
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