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New PC - Nvidia 1080

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Current monitor: LG 34 ultrawide - 3440x1440

Future upgrade:

- I5 7600K, 3,8 Ghz

- Motherboard MSI X99A Gaming

- SSD 500 giga

- 16 ram DDR4, 3000Mhz

- Nvidia STRIX - GTX 1080

 

Can i play with max setting and max resolution at 60+ fps??? (in forest maps...)

 

Ps. I play with I5 3xxx, 16 ram, GTX 970 now...and my FPS sux....1080p, setting Medium (effects Epic), no Supersampling....35-40 FPS in forest maps...

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I can't give you any concrete answers, I can only give you my experiences to compare for yourself:

 

I will be benchmarking a few maps tonight (v9.14) to contrast as it feels like my performance has fallen lately. 

 

 

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On 10.11.2017 at 7:29 PM, Tmac said:

Current monitor: LG 34 ultrawide - 3440x1440

Future upgrade:

- I5 7600K, 3,8 Ghz

- Motherboard MSI X99A Gaming

- SSD 500 giga

- 16 ram DDR4, 3000Mhz

- Nvidia STRIX - GTX 1080

 

Can i play with max setting and max resolution at 60+ fps??? (in forest maps...)

 

Ps. I play with I5 3xxx, 16 ram, GTX 970 now...and my FPS sux....1080p, setting Medium (effects Epic), no Supersampling....35-40 FPS in forest maps...

-The  Motherboard MSI X99A Gaming is s 2011V3 board so it wont work with a 7600K aka S1151 CPU

-1080STIX ist quite high on the Price side  for a 1080 if you can spend this much a cheap 1080Ti like KFA or Zotac may be worth a thought in regards of targeted 3440x1440 resolution.

-7600K is EoL ,seeing its a futhur upgrad a Coffelake based CPU like 8600K would be a better choice once availibility rises and prices drop

+60min FPS is hardly to obtain without OCing your CPU to 4,5Ghz+ even on 7600K or better.

Edited by moppel

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With that CPU and GPU, you will be able to play quite comfortably at 1080p maybe even a little higher. On your full resolution, hmm, most likely no, unless  you drop a lot of settings and overclock the CPU (some people get 5.2ghz out of that thing). That's not even considering optimization isn't a top priority right now.

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With 34 ultrawide is impossible to come back to 1080p. Too much difference between full hd and 3340x1440 with "big" monitor.

So, today i bought i5 8600 3.6 Ghz (my friend will OC CPU)

In early december i will buy. 1080 or 1080Ti...maybe Ti

 

Ps. yes, i know. Alpha stage

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If you are for sure going to get a 1080, save up for the Ti version. You will be far happier with the purchase decision for the extra $$. :)

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I got a i5 2500K + 1080. Have something between 80-140 fps on medium settings 1920x1080.

 

It's probably possible for you to hit 60 fps stable if you sacrifice the settings a bit.

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