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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocking Review

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocked Testing:

Battlefield 4:

Battlefield 4 is a first-person shooter developed by EA Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts. Battlefield 4 uses the Frostbite 3 game engine as a step up from the Frostbite 2 engine used in BF3. As the successor to the Battlefield franchise the graphics are improved. Following a set release cycle, Battlefield 4 was released for the PC in North America in October 2013 supporting DirectX 11 and now after multiple patches AMD's Mantle API.


  • DirectX 11
  • Ultra Preset





The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt:

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the final chapter of Geralt of Rivia's story, taking him to the Northern Realms on a more personal mission. Developed by CD Projekt RED and powered by REDengine 3, this RPG features an engrossing story and a wealth of discoveries across a diverse landscape, full of monsters, bandits, and jaw-dropping vistas.


  • DirectX 11
  • Ultra Preset





In Battlefield 4, the FPS levels are so high at 1920 x 1080 that there is nothing but smooth gameplay. A new technology called Fast Sync is being introduced to combat tearing when running with V-Sync off at high FPS level. The result is that you take a minimal FPS hit and better gaming experience using Fast Sync instead of the reduction in FPS to the refresh rate of your monitor. In Witcher III: Wild Hunt, you see solid gaming performance even at 3840 x 2160, where when running overclocked I was able to get over 40 FPS in the game. Running at stock speeds, 37+ FPS is pretty smooth with the eye candy turned up. Ratcheting up the performance is as easy as overclocking the GTX 1080. As you can see in each resolution, we get significant gains in FPS performance.

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