The Division 2 System Requirements Outed - RX 480 Enough for 1080p @ 60 FPS, DX12 Renderer Offers Much Improved Performance

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The Division 2 is shaping as much as be one of many hottest releases of 2019 - notably as the opposite shared world, third-particular person shooter, Anthem, has fared considerably beneath expectations. And whereas Anthem affords very spectacular visuals, it additionally comes with comparatively steep efficiency necessities - no less than evaluating with The Division 2's requirement of an RX 480 for 1080, 60 FPS gaming. For 4K, 60 FPS, you may require a a lot larger dedication, within the type of AMD'S Radeon VII or NVIDIA's RTX 2080 Ti graphics playing cards, with a minimal of 16 GB system RAM and a Ryzen 7 2700X or Intel Core I7-8700X CPU.

The Snowdrop engine The Division 2 makes use of, developed in-home by Large Leisure, features a very spectacular DX12 implementation, which ought to provide some 10-20 fps enchancment in sure situations. DSO Gaming, testing within the non-public Beta, noticed variations between 59 FPS beneath DX 11 and 80 FPS, within the minimal body charge, for the identical scene. So should you're not operating DX 12 or a DX 12 succesful card, know that even a graphics card with the identical efficiency as yours, however that helps the DX12 renderer, will deliver tangible efficiency advantages - notably if in case you have an AMD card, as a result of title's intensive use of Async Compute. The Division 2's launch is about for March 15.

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Source : TechPowerUp