Windows 10 VGA Graphics Card Benchmarks Are Here
Windows 10 has started to roll out in 190 countries and it is the most gaming-centric OS Microsoft has released to date. Gamers will be itching to know if Windows 10 adds more to a game in the graphics department.
Some new benchmarks have been shared by Guru3D, that will answer plenty of your questions.
The testing bed was an Intel Core i7 5960X (8-core) with X99 (MSI XPower) based PC having 16 GB of 2133 MHz (G.Skill) quad channel memory.
The CPU was overclocked to 4.4Ghz.
The tester notes that the system suffered from a gfx driver crash after the upgrade earlier, but things were smooth apart from this.
The GPU used here was the newly released GTX 980Ti. The graphics card performance difference between 8.1 and 10 is none, but there is some improvement while running Battlefield Hardline.
There is nothing special here, so we’ll have to wait for games that run on DX 12, to better judge where Windows 10 stands.
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