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Old 06-03-17, 09:02 AM
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Nvidia releases performance benchmarks for Mass Effect Andromeda

Nvidia has released new benchmark results for Mass Effect Andromeda, listing a GTX 1070 as capable of 60+ FPS as high settings.



Read more on Mass Effect Andromeda's listed PC performance.

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Old 06-03-17, 09:57 AM
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wonder why they used the 7 series and not the 9 series for this ???
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Old 06-03-17, 10:17 AM
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If this is for 1080p then it's the most unoptimized Frostbite game to date. Battlefield 1 looks better than Andromeda and it can run on virtually anything at high settings and still maintain 60fps. If the game can maintain 30fps at 1080p on a PS4 then these results should be from a 4k test.
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Old 06-03-17, 11:19 AM
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It's pointless for them to give fps numbers without a resolution. Is it always a given that it's 1080p nowadays?
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Old 06-03-17, 12:37 PM
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It's pointless for them to give fps numbers without a resolution. Is it always a given that it's 1080p nowadays?
Agreed! And if so, isn't 1080p being used less these days with 1440p being more the norm now.
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Old 06-03-17, 01:47 PM
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Agreed! And if so, isn't 1080p being used less these days with 1440p being more the norm now?
According to the February, most recent, Steam hardware survey the primary display resolution for 43.23% of the steam population that takes part in the survey is still 1920x1080 with it increasing by 4.13% over January.

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Old 06-03-17, 03:11 PM
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Why is the 700 series listed and not the 900 series? Those charts are classic Nvidia. At least they start at 0 this time and not 59 fps.
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Old 06-03-17, 03:29 PM
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Why is the 700 series listed and not the 900 series? Those charts are classic Nvidia. At least they start at 0 this time and not 59 fps.
Makes it look like a bigger perf gain
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Old 06-03-17, 04:23 PM
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So its unoptimized then. Soon it will be GTX 1080 for 1080p because thats how it works for some of these companies.
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Old 06-03-17, 05:54 PM
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Agreed! And if so, isn't 1080p being used less these days with 1440p being more the norm now.
nope

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