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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Benchmark

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Benchmark

I own an i7 5820K refurbished Dell with a GTX 980, and on default high settings I get approximately 55 FPS when I run the Shadow of the Tomb Raider internal benchmark tool.

When I turned off several graphical options: Shadow Quality, Ambient Occlusion, Tessellation, Bloom, Motion Blur, Screen Space Reflections and Screen Space Contact Shadows, I gained about 20 FPS.

I have not played the game yet, but from the benchmark, the game looks ok to decent. Not as pretty as Call of Duty: World War II, which came out November 2017.

And by the way, I have a Resident Evil 7 Giveaway.


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  1. I bet its not gonna look pretty, especially if you’re gonna turn off shadows completely.
    RotTR also had a huge fps gain with turning that setting off but at serious cost of quality.
    Leave it at low at least.

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