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The Division 2 Gameplay RTX 2080 Ti 4K Ultra Preset

CG writes: Take a look at Ubisoft’s The Division 2 gameplay using an RTX 2080 Ti and Ultra settings at 4K resolution. As seen in the first game, the CPU fluctuates quite a lot limiting the frames per second possibly. Also 4K Shadowplay hits performance somewhat. For the most part, using Ultra preset settings at least, our i7 4970K CPU and new GPU manage to maintain a reasonably solid fps around 45-60fps with Vsync on. In this video we disabled depth of field , chromatic aberration, vignette and Vsync.

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Promachos11d ago (Edited 11d ago )

In order to maintain a steady 4k/60fps ULTRA settings we definitely need SLI patch/support for those with 2 2080 and 2080Ti's. But, knowing UBISOFT they won't do it now that partnership with Nvidia ended.

Bladesfist10d ago

Why do people keep testing this GPU with old CPUs. Surely if you want to test what the GPU is capable you would pair it with a CPU that definitely wont be a bottleneck.

DJHeroMasta10d ago

"Now before the "your CPU is bottle-necking comments" please be advised. This is at 2160p Ultra preset and recording 110K bitrate shadowplay at 4K. Using Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Odyssey as an exampled which also exhibits high CPU usage at times, my results were only literally 3-4 fps difference compared to IGN and they were using a top end CPU. That said, you can see Snowdrop engine optimization maxing out the CPU usage, so maybe this time a better CPU will net greater FPS. We shall see. At the very least a better CPU should offer a smoother experience."