Assassin's Creed Odyssey Let's start with one of our most recent games, Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Now in our 33 game test the 1660 Ti came out exactly level with the 1070. This is a completely new series from Nvidia, which is mainly targeted towards mainstream and budget gamers. We have seen from the updates to Battlefield 5 that this penalty can be minimised through smart coding, but it is still significant. Which is the more powerful card? That said, you can only squeeze about 5-10% more out of the 1660 Ti anyway. Ray tracing refers to a process of simulating light as it bounces realistically around a scene, allowing for greater graphical fidelity through lights and shadows that appear more realistic.
Be sure to check out our full for more information of how the new Nvidia card stacks up against its rivals. Parallax occlusion mapping Stones 345 fps Better texture detail. Lowering graphics levels should boost performance with ray-tracing on, but doing so runs counter to the purpose of ray-tracing in the first place, for the handful of games that support it so far: niftier shadows and reflections. Cost per Frame and Closing Thoughts A quick update to our cost per frame graph. High dynamic range lighting Teapot 287 fps Better reflection handling. However, 4K gaming remains at a cinematic 35fps, so we'd recommend sticking to a lower resolution or dropping some settings to ensure a fluid experience. The cheapest we've found one online is for and.
But is the 15% more performance better for the future? It might be a matter of shopping around, a quick Google search takes me to Mangga Dua Mall in Jakarta. All three cards offer playable frame-rates above 60fps at 1440p, with 4K results dropping to around 40fps. Thankfully, we're using the highest settings here, making it child's play to attain a playable frame-rate by making a few visual sacrifices. For example, you might want to see how two cards compare at different resolutions, or how four cards compare at the same resolution. It might be a matter of shopping around, a quick Google search takes me to Mangga Dua Mall in Jakarta. Parallax Parallax occlusion mapping Stones 391 fps 431 fps Slightly better peak texture detail. In choosing to go with either the Nvidia spec or an aggressive factory overclock, we went with the latter.
Wrap-Up: Weighing the Future Against Today So, in summary, who's the winner here? If you read from days prior, the change here is very small at ~2-4 fps for the most part. We tested 33 games in total but we'll be discussing the results for a dozen of them before looking at the summary and performance breakdown graphs. It was also 12% slower than Vega 56. While Nvidia have marketed the Pascal cards as having no Raytracing, its not entirely true. For example, we ran the benchmark in the spanking-new Metro: Exodus at 1440p resolution on both cards.
Ask any enthusiast and that's saying a lot. We tested using a high-end system, including a Core i7 8700K processor overclocked to 4. At 1440p, we're looking at the mid-fifties, while 4K is unfortunately relegated to somewhere below 30fps. The 1070 Ti could also be discounted even further to get rid of excess stock. The last section is all to do with the cards' current pricing and availability, and how they affect our recommendations.
However, we'd recommend targeting high or very high to achieve playability at anything above 1080p on any of these graphics cards. However, frame-rates are down across the board, with only 1080p allowing for average frame-rates above 60fps. So, to clear all your doubts regarding it, here I am going to make a very clear cut comparison between these cards. However, the gap is just a few frames at every resolution, with the difference dropping to less than one fps at 4K. Both graphics card are similar in clock speeds and overclocking capabilities, which leads many to believe they are of the same processing power, which is simply not true.
You'll also have the option of GeForce experience software, including easy options for streaming and recording gameplay through ShadowPlay. If you're looking at strict fps per dollar or pound, Euro, etc. As we had anticipated, we are following up to our GeForce with an even more ample 33 game benchmark test. Only the saw a significant change in the 33 game sample, and here it stacks up much better than on the previous 12-game comparison. Again, only once they are properly implemented into software, as mentioned previously. Comparing 4K performance is largely an academic exercise—neither card is equipped to handle games at that resolution, especially at Ultra quality settings.
It also comes with some new Turing features, such as support for variable rate shading, which could boost performance in some games. That makes for a significant 22 per cent gap between the first and last place cards at 1080p. If there's anything I've missed, feel free to let me know and I'll add it! The last game in this round is Far Cry New Dawn. Age Newest 4 Months 3 Months More recent. Just press play on the YouTube videos below, then add or remove the video cards and resolutions you're interested in using the controls to the right of the video. Thanks to the newer Displayport 1.