Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 Benchmarks; Nvidia GPUs Better With DX11
Battlefield 1 is coming out in a weeks time and I know everyone has been waiting for this game for a long time now as it is one of the most anticipated games of the year and everyone has been on their toes ever since the game was first announced. Here are some Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks to help you wait, learn how well your GPU will handle the game.
From the looks of the Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks, we can see that the game is well optimized and the game runs well on pretty old GPUs as well as modern day graphics cards. It is safe to say from the benchmarks that you can play the game pretty well if you have a GTX 780.
The GTX 780 will enable you to run the game at a decent 60 FPS at 1080p with the Ultra preset. You will get by just fine unless you are using a very demanding high refresh rate monitor.
We can see the RX 400 series really shine in the Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks as even the entry-level RX 460 is able to push out a decent 44 FPS at Ultra settings at 1080p. If you turn that down to high then I am sure you will be able to hit the 60 FPS mark. It should be noted that this is the 4 GB RX 460 and not the 2 GB model.
Crank things up a notch to 1440p and we see a light drop in the FPS count. Here we see the R9 290 take the lead on the GTX 1060, the RX 480 also beats the GTX 1060 at 1440p. This is pretty decent for the R9 290 as it is a very old card now.
Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks show that in order to play the game at 1440p you will need at leat the GTX 1060 in order to play the game at 60 FPS. The entry-level RX 460 performs decently at 1440p as well and the GPU is able to muster up 31 FPS, which is playable but I know when it comes to first person shooters people prefer a much higher FPS.
When it comes to 4K gaming Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks reveal that GPUs take a major hit here and FPS is impacted heavily here. None of the GPUs manage to hit the 60 FPS sweet spot at 4K but the GTX 1080 is the one that gets the closest with 57.5 FPS. I consider the game pretty much unplayable under the 30 FPS mark so if you have something lower than an RX 470 then you will not be able to run the game at 4K.
Talking about the most bang for the buck. According to the Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks, no matter what resolution you are playing the game at the RX 480 is the best value for money. You can check out all the Battlefield 1 DirectX 12 benchmarks statistics here.