Titanfall 2 Benchmarks; Which GPUs Can Handle The Game? 1080p, 1440p, and 4K
Titanfall 2 is one of the games that has been awaited for a long time but Battlefield 1 might be getting more attention than Titanfall 2. Whatever the case may be we have some Titanfall 2 benchmarks to show you.
If you were wondering how well your GPU can run the game, then you can learn something from these Titanfall 2 benchmarks. The test bench used for these Titanfall 2 benchmarks has the following specs:
- Intel Core i7-6700K (4.50GHz)
- 8GBx4 Kingston Predator DDR4-3000
- Asrock Z170 Extreme7+
- Silverstone Strider 700w PSU
- Samsung SSD 850 Pro 2TB
- Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Titanfall 2 Benchmarks 1080p
Titanfall 2 benchmarks at 1080p look something like the following:
Titanfall 2 Benchmarks 1440p
Titanfall 2 benchmarks at 1440p are as follows:
Here again, we see the Titan XP and other GTX 10 series GPU dominating the competition at the top. The R9 Nano is also able to keep the average FPS at 60 at 1440p but all those that come after are unable to do so. But that does not mean that the game cannot be played.
GPUs perform well all the way down to the Radeon HD 7970. After that, the game is pretty unplayable. The GTX 1050 Ti manages to keep the FPS above 30 but the Rx 460 does not. If you have an RX 460 then you will not be able to play this game at such settings and you will have to turn things down a bit.
Titanfall 2 Benchmarks 4k
At 4K only the Titan XP is able to keep the game running at 60 FPS, all other GPUs fall short. The RX 480 and GTX 1060 push out some decent performance but anything under that and the game is unplayable that this resolution.