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TGC 2019 in 4k maxed out, will a GTX 1080 or RTX 2070 card be sufficient?

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  • TGC 2019 in 4k maxed out, will a GTX 1080 or RTX 2070 card be sufficient?

    Hi everyone I tried to search for a definitive answer to no avail. Can anyone please tell me if a GTX 1080 card with 8GB of ram or RTX 2070 with 8GB ram will support 4k at max details?

    Thanks in advance

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    I have a 2070 super and a 3440x1440 monitor. On my computer when I max all the sliders the frame rates still drop to 20's. That said I can't tell any difference in the graphics. Render scale I set to 110% and everything else maxed for fps in 65-70.

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    • #3
      A 1080ti cannot get 60 frames per second on 200% Render. I'm hoping a 2080ti will

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      • #4
        How do you check your fps?

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        • #5
          Download Fraps
          Originally posted by 968Cab View Post
          How do you check your fps?

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          • #6
            It's been awhile since i got that setup but I recall using MSI afterburner and Rivatuner. I think Rivatuner is the actual program of the two but can't say for certain. A google search with Rivatuner and FPS has some instructions listed.

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            • #7
              I thought I had my nvidia geoforce card showing fps in one of the corners while playing. I turned it off eventually?

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              • #8
                Because you are talking graphics I want to ask you team this. I have 2015 macbook pro running windows. It has Intel Iris Graphics 6100, you think that will work ? It’s also i5 processor with 8gb ram.

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                • trhuke
                  trhuke commented
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                  I'd check around and see if a MacBook running windows will work. I was considering it but did some research that made me doubtful, I can't remember the exact details, its been a while.
                  Can't hurt to double check.

              • #9
                Originally posted by robocop View Post
                Because you are talking graphics I want to ask you team this. I have 2015 macbook pro running windows. It has Intel Iris Graphics 6100, you think that will work ? It’s also i5 processor with 8gb ram.
                The Intel Iris 1600 pales in comparison to the minimum recommended card for TGC 2019, the GTX 1060: https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compar...e/3639vsm25925

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