YouTube’s ‘RajmanGaming HD’ has shared a video from the built-in benchmark device of Watch Canine Legion. The YouTuber has used an NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 and as we will see, this $1500 GPU can’t run this new open-world sport with 60fps in 4K/Extremely settings. And… that’s with out the sport’s Ray Tracing results.
As we will see, the framerate drops under 55fps on a number of events in the course of the built-in benchmark device. On one event, throughout an explosion, the framerate drops to 47fps. Ouch.
Do word that that is with out DLSS and with out the sport’s Ray Tracing results. Now the excellent news is that the sport comes with a number of graphics settings to tweak. Nonetheless, it’s actually disappointing witnessing a $1500 GPU that simply got here out being unable to run a sport in 4K/60fps. After all, this could possibly be superb if Watch Canine Legion was a very next-gen sport, nevertheless, it’s really a cross-gen sport.
Ubisoft has supplied us with a evaluation code, nevertheless, we will’t share our PC efficiency impressions but. For what it’s value, we’ll have two separate articles for this sport. One will probably be devoted to DLSS and Ray Tracing (with our RTX2080Ti), and one other wherein we’ll benchmark each AMD and NVIDIA GPUs on comparable settings.
RajmanGaming HD has additionally examined the RTX3090 with DLSS and Ray Tracing results. With DLSS High quality and Ray Tracing Extremely, the RTX3090 averages between 54fps and 44fps. With DLSS Efficiency, the RTX3090 presents framerates between 54fps and 70fps.
Keep tuned for extra!