F1 2019 releases subsequent week and under yow will discover some 4K screenshots from the PC model on Extremely settings, in addition to our preliminary 4K efficiency impressions of this model new F1 racing recreation.
As a way to seize the next 4K screenshots, we used an Intel i7 4930Ok (overclocked at 4.2Ghz) with 16GB of DDR3 RAM at 2133Mhz, NVIDIA’s RTX 2080Ti, Home windows 10 64-bit and the GeForce driver 430.86.
F1 2019 helps DirectX 12 and we’re joyful to report that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080Ti is ready to present fixed 60fps in 4K and on Extremely settings, even in the course of the worst case situations (Heavy Rain throughout night time levels).
F1 2019 is undoubtedly probably the most lovely F1 recreation thus far. Codemasters has improved the sport’s lighting system, has used high-quality textures for automobiles and most surfaces, has used a powerful object movement blur impact, and has offered an excellent wanting racing recreation. The entire reflections are wonderful, the water spray throughout wet races are superior, and there are some actually cool raindrops.
Take for instance the next screenshot. Right here you may see the raindrops on the backside of the display screen turning red-ish as a result of color of the car. Clearly this isn’t any real-time ray tracing impact, nevertheless it’s a cool impact – and a pleasant element – that gives further eye-candy to an already lovely recreation.
Our PC Efficiency Evaluation will go stay later this week (through which we’ll take a look at extra GPUs) so keep tuned for extra. Till then, get pleasure from the next 4K screenshots in addition to a video displaying a benchmark run in Singapore in Heavy Rain.
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