Middle-Earth Shadow of War Graphics Benchmark Review

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Shadow of War Benchmark Results

Again, I used FRAPS to get the FPS and also used the in-game benchmark tool. Unfortunately, at the time I tested Shadow of War, I don’t have the GTX 1060, GTX 1050 Ti and RX 580 on hand. Also note that we used an AMD Ryzen system to test and play this game; so expect a bit of performance drop compared to Intel-powered system with higher clock speeds. We’ll do a comparison between AMD Ryzen vs Intel Coffe Lake powered gaming machines very soon.

In the meantime, below are the results I got with the system I used:

Shadow of War Gameplay Benchmark

Here’s a gameplay benchmark with the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition. In this video, we compare the frame rates that we got on 1080p vs 1440p vs 2160p. The first few minutes is a side by side comparison using the in-game benchmark tool. Then we compare actual gameplay at different resolutions starting at 2160p then 1440p and finally 1080p. We scaled down the 2160p and 1440p recorded video to fit the 1080p resolution.

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