Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980Ti Xtreme Gaming Graphics Card Review

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Battlefield 4


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In Battlefield 4, the GPU doesn’t even break into a sweat at 1920×1080 and reaches an average frame-rate of 140. This is superb when you consider how visually adept the game’s engine is. For some reason, Battlefield 4 favours the Titan X quite considerably compared to other titles, and this might simply be down to optimization.

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There’s very little to choose between the top results on a 1440P monitor despite completing multiple runs. Here we can see the graphics card provides a wonderful experience and never drops below the magical 60 frames-per-second figure.

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It’s extraordinarily difficult to achieve 60 frames-per-second on a 4K display, and this is evidently shown by the data below. Nevertheless, the game remains playable, and you can easily improve the frame-rate with slightly scaled back settings. It’s quite bizarre to see two graphics cards with identical results, but not overly surprising due to the identical core clocks.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. A Closer Look
  3. Testing & Methodology
  4. Synthetic Benchmarks
  5. Battlefield 4
  6. Grand Theft Auto V
  7. Metro Last Light
  8. Tomb Raider
  9. Overclocking and Overclocked Performance
  10. Noise, Power Consumption and Temperatures
  11. Final Thoughts
  12. View All

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1 Comment on Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980Ti Xtreme Gaming Graphics Card Review

  • Javier Saove says:

    Pssss bad test…see the results: they are inconsistents.
    Metro; Nano, min 10 fury min 22 jajajaja

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