Doom Eternal PC performance: 4K60 with a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super

Doom Eternal PC performance: 4K60 with a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super

Doom is Forever on the PC is finally out, after months of not having a big tent-pole game’s release, and it really couldn’t come at a better time. Because we all spend too much time indoors, it is good to dig, finally, is such a great title, our teeth in a while.

But if you’re on PC, it can be quite nerve-wracking, if you are picking up the first AAA game of the year. How will it run? Will be sufficient for my graphics card? It will be my processor to scream in the heat-induced pain?

we Now have good news for you, damnation, Eternal PC performance is pretty excellent, freaking, deliver awesome framework  the prices along the entire bandwidth of the current generation of cards. Also, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 can absolutely eat up this game in 1080p rates to play with 1440p frame. 

Kill those the frame-rates

those Slain the frame rates

Set Doom Eternal PC performance, to the test

Test system specs

CPU: AMD 9 3900X (12-core Ryzen, up to 4.6 GHz)
CPU-cooler: NZXT Kraken M22
memory: 32 GB of Corsair Vengeance LED @ 3,200 MHz
Motherboard: AsRock x570 Phantom Gaming-X
SSD: Samsung 970 Evo @ 1TB
power supply: EVGA Supernova 1000 T2
case: Cooler Master H500P Mesh

Because it is difficult to assess how well can you expect to run a game based on the PC-system requirements, the chosen developer prior to release of the game, we start here at TechRadar, to actually put it to the test. We have access to all of the best consumer-grade graphics cards on the market, and even managed, most of them home with us.

But due to the current events, there are a few GPUs, not to us, we would like to test – namely the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 and GTX 1660 Super and the AMD Radeon RX 590. Maybe next time. 

as far as the section of the game that we tested, we found a checkpoint about 15 minutes in the first mission, right after you got the gun lots of action. We set a timer for two minutes for each run. Since Doom is Eternal does not operate a ready-made benchmark on rails, we can run over and over again, we had to play each yourself. 

While this means that you can be 100% sure that these numbers represent the actual gameplay, keep in mind that this is a chaotic game, and we couldn’t do the same runs for two benchmark runs.

The game is so choppy on the AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT and the Nvidia GeForce 1060, we recommend simple, you play in 4K with one of these cards or something with a lower spec.

We tested at 1080p, 1440p and 4K on the High-and Ultra-Nightmare-presets, but there are some restrictions. Doom is Eternal, not even to run the game on Ultra Nightmare, if you have less than 8 GB of VRAM. While we could have reduced the textures down to Ultra to run the game, the too many reservations, we also would not order the results, so we only have, well,. 

And finally, for the AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT and the Nvidia GeForce 1060, was high, the performance is really choppy on 4K, so we don’t actually the benchmark. We were always around 30fps average , but the game is so choppy that we recommend is simple, you play in this resolution with one of these cards or something with a lower spec.

Now, let’s get to the results.

Let’s talk numbers

Eternal Just a few weeks before the Start of the Doom, some system requirements leaked, for a moment, that the led to believe people are that Low-end hardware would be a no-go. Now, fortunately, Doom runs Eternal as a dream. 

The game is incredibly paced fast-paced, like the kind of Doom, so as to be able to have high frame rates, is crucial. Doom Eternal just feels like garbage in less than 60 fps, so that you are going to hit that number. 

fortunately, every single graphics card we have tested, was able to beat now, about this number with 1080p and High settings, with even the old Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 scoring a healthy 86 fps. 

And, if you want to go up to 4K, you’ll be happy to know that many graphics cards are also able to stay above and including Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super or a AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT, in the position over 60 fps in 4K High settings. 

The RTX 2060 and the AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT close, but ultimately fail to break through the barrier of 60 fps. Some further adjustments to the numbers will most likely get this number if. However, with these cards, we recommend sticking to 1440p or 1080p, where you are in the position to deliver some of the high-frame-rate pleasure. 

If they all write to the publisher, and you want to crank all the graphics settings up to Ultra-nightmare in 4K, not to know while still getting a high frame rate, you should be happy, that you need a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti to get this done. While the GPU obviously able to handle this, it provides a hefty 104 fps maxed out on 4K, you can turns actually, only the use of a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super to 65 fps with everything up to 11. 

If we are seen, the CPU-usage

As we the the CPU-utilization

Ok, what about the CPU and RAM usage?

Doom Eternal PC port runs on top of the VOLCANO-API, which we absolutely love. Our test system is equipped with an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, and we saw some cases where the game was actually able to take advantage of all 12 cores and 24 threads. This is another game that will help the end of the age of single-threaded games.

The game, the system requirements recommend an AMD Ryzen 7 1800X or a Intel Core i7-6700K for Doom Forever, and Yes, that is basically what we recommend would. If you are able to get their hands on at least a 8-core CPU, which is what we would recommend. 

But we should 100% be here: we don’t have you test all the other CPUs in this time. We can’t say whether or not the game will chug on a quad-core processor, but we can assume that pretty sure that it is. 

As for system memory, about all of our Tests with only with Doom, Eternal, and MSI Afterburner open (for recording frame rates), the system with 9GB of RAM.  Windows 10 is in the rule reserve more memory than the actually, so it takes a while, you can probably get away with 8 GB of RAM, we recommend 16 GB. 

So, basically, Doom is Eternal a hell of a PC port, with outstanding performance all along the line. It is a CPU-intensive game, however, so if you are rocking an old processor, you could start to run into some problems. But, if you have a modern processor and pretty much any graphics card from this generation, whether from AMD or Nvidia, you’re in for some high-frame-rate fun, and that is exactly what we see as one of the best PC games. 

And, if you are looking for an upgrade, ready for Eternal damnation, we went further and included in our exclusive price comparison tool for our recommended Doom Eternal components. 

Released on Wed, 20 Mar 2020 22:52:34 +0000

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