To achieve a stable 60 frames per second, video blogger used two Nvidia Titan in SLI RTX.
YouTube-blogger Thirty IR continues to experiment on the launch of computer games in 8K resolution (7680 x 4320 pixels) on modern hardware. He has now shared two new videos that demonstrate the gameplay of F1 2018 and Battlefield 3 in 8K resolution at maximum graphics settings. To achieve a stable 60 frames per second, video blogger used two Nvidia Titan in SLI RTX.
Characteristics of the test system are as follows:
Monitor: Dell UP3017Q;
Motherboard: Asus Rampage V Extreme;
CPU: Intel Core i7-6950X @ 4.3 GHz;
Video cards: Two Titan RTX @ 2100 MHz/16 GHz (core/memory);
RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3200;
Power supply: Corsair AX1500i;
Drives for the system/games/programs: Samsung 850 Pro/Samsung 840 EVO (RAID-0)/Samsung 850 EVO.
F1 2018 looks particularly good in such a high resolution. In the picture there is not the slightest hint to the effect of “serration” or other image artifacts. Now it becomes clear how the games will look like in the not so distant future.
For demonstration of Battlefield 3, you used a multiplayer mode, because of which the overall impression of the video turned out a bit blurry. If the author showed any solo mission, like the initial jobs in Iraq, the game would look even more beautiful.
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