AMD & NVIDIA 4K Gaming with the ASUS PQ321Q Reviewccokeman - September 24, 2013
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AMD & NVIDIA 4K Gaming with the ASUS PQ321Q Testing:
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist is the sixth installment in this franchise. Released in mid August 2013 in the US it is published and distributed by Ubisoft. THis game is built around the Unreal 2.5 game engine and uses Havok Physics. A new feature in this third person perspective game is a new game mechanic called Killing motion.
- Game settings = Ultra
Both multi GPU combos deliver right around 40 FPS for decent game play with the settings used. Reducing the quality settings will help here with the single cards as the pixel density of the PQ321Q really helps on this front.
Three out of four combos delivered frame rate times that were totally off the wall and were repeatable no matter the settings used. Both combinations seem to have a concern in this game at 3840 x 2160.