ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition Review – Fast and Cool!
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti AMP 4K UHD Benchmark Results
The graphics settings I used for the 3840×2160 4K UHD game benchmarks are the same with the 1080p and 1440p (ultra or very high graphics preset). It’s also noteworthy to mention that you can get better frame rates if you tone down the graphics settings of the game or disable anti-aliasing. Depending on the game and the graphics card used, you could get better frame rates at 4K UHD if you tone down the settings to high or medium.
This is it; can the GTX 1080 Ti drive some of the current and (most) demanding games at 4K UHD, on ultra-graphic settings without breaking a sweat? Is the GTX 1080 Ti finally the graphics card for 4K gaming? Check out the benchmark results below and see for yourself.
So depending on the games that you play, the GTX 1080 Ti may or may not be able to drive that game on 4K UHD while maintain that sweet 60 fps throughout your gaming session. As you can see from the results above, generally speaking, you get “playable” frame rates in most of the modern day games we tested above with the GTX 1080 Ti at 2160p resolution.
Some games are fairly easy to drive, like Doom or Overwatch; expect that it can run those games at above 60 fps, ultra details, in this resolution. However, for games like Battlefield 1, Mass Effect Andromeda, Witcher III, and most specially Ghost Recon: Wildlands; you may want to tone down the graphics settings a little bit to maintain 60 fps. Not unless you are okay playing at 30fps to 50fps, then that’s just fine. You could disable anti-aliasing or use high settings instead to get higher and smoother frame rates.
Let’s proceed to the next page and conclude this review.
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