Battlefield 1 DX12 Benchmarks; GTX 1060 VS RX 480 1080p
Battlefield 1 is one of the most anticipated games of 2016 and there is a good reason behind it. Not only is the franchise itself very popular but the game is really great to play and has amazing visuals. Here we have some Battlefield 1 DX12 benchmarks that show you the game responds to GPUs from AMD and NVidia as well as DX11 and DX12.
If you were going to buy this game and were wondering how the game would perform with you GPU, then this will give you a good idea of just that.
Battlefield 1 DX12 benchmarks show that both the GTX 1060 as well as the RX 480 can keep the FPS above 60 FPS most of the time but the RX 480 does a better job at doing that when there are intense visual scenes like explosions and stuff like that.
Battlefield 1 DX12 benchmarks also reveal that AMD GPUs take advantage of the new API while NVidia GPUs do not get a significant boost and in some cases perform worse as compared to DX11.
In some incidents, Battlefield 1 DX12 benchmarks reveal that the GTX 1060 will come down to low 50 FPS mark. But if you go with the older DX11 API you will see the opposite.
The GTX 1060 performs better when running the game with DX11 and manages to keep the FPS above 60 FPS. This is most likely because NVidia drivers are better optimised for DX11 than DX12.
Whatever the case is if you are going to play Battlefield 1 and you want a constant 60 FPS and you are not willing to compromise on that than the RX 480 would be a better option for you to consider.
AMD cards take better advantage of DX12 and we have talked about this before as well. Same is the case for other games and GPUs.
What do you think about these Battlefield 1 DX12 benchmarks?