Gears of War 4 online fps check on medium settings, i7-3770 , gtx960 2gb , 8gb ram (PC)[HD]

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Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition with EVGA GeForce GTX 960 2GB SSC

Can this outdated low graphic card run this game? You'll see how well this game is optimized here. System information and settings below. System Specs: Core i7-4790 @3.60Ghz EVGA GeForce GTX 960 2GB SSC (non overclocked) 16GB DDR3 of system memory 500GB SSD Windows 10 Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Settings: 1080p Resolution V-Sync On Game's Graphic Settings: Framerate: 120fps (my GTX 960 only get an average of 45fps with 60fps at max but very playable) Resolution scaling: 100% Preset: Custom Assets: Off Model Level of Detail (LOD): LOW TRAM: AVERAGE (Textures Memory) Anisotropic Filtering: AVERAGE GeoMapping: OFF Lighting: LOW Shadow: AVERAGE Ambient Occlusion: AVERAGE Anti-aliasing: TAA Motion Blur: OFF Filtering: AVERAGE NVIDIA Hairworks: ON NVIDIA VXAO: OFF NVIDIA TurEffects: OFF NVIDIA ShadowLibs:OFF Steam ID: CiferNoxSidus PSN ID: CiferNoxSidus

Is The GTX 960 Still Worth Buying?

When it first released, Nvidia's GTX 960 GPU provided an excellent and affordable 1080p solution thanks to the $200 price tag. These cards came in both 2GB and 4GB variants and launched amidst some strong competition, but even when I took a look at them upon initial release I was fairly impressed. So almost 2 years on and we're taking a look back at the 4GB version of the card to see how it holds up, and discussing how or if it fits in to modern PC gaming in 2016. Our Zotac GTX 960 4GB has been paired with an i5 4460 and 8GB of DDR3 Ram, along with the MSI-H81M-P33 motherboard, Windows 10 and a 550W Corsair PSU The games tested include Fallout 4, Grand Theft Auto V, Rise of The Tomb Raider and Assassin's Creed Syndicate. Today's gameplay during discussion is Skyrim Remastered Special Edition. Thanks for watching :)

Intel i5 8400 + GTX 960 2GB - 1080p Benchmarks - 7 Games Tested

HW : GPU : MSI Geforce GTX 960 GAMING 2GB CPU : Intel Core i5-8400 Motherboard : GIGABYTE Z370P D3 RAM : Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 Games Tested : GTA V - 00:00 PUBG - 01:43 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - 05:31 Tom Clancys Rainbow Six: Siege - 09:22 CS:GO - 13:56 Resident Evil 7 - 15:35 Dying Light - 16:57

Far Cry 5 | AMD FX-6300 | Geforce GTX 960 SC 4GB | 8GB RAM

Far Cry 5 PC | UPlay Benchmark on Ultra/High/Normal/Low/Custom Settings ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Custom Settings (My Settings) - 0:00 - 13:27 Ultra - 13:27 High - 18:08 Normal - 30:06 Low - 36:15 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Specs: CPU: AMD FX-6300 GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SC 4GB (Single Fan) RAM: 8GB MOBO: GigaByte GA-78LMT-USB3 PSU: EVGA 500B Remember to Like and/or Subscribe if you enjoy my videos! c: Recorded with Nvidia Share Edited with VEGAS Pro 14 Add me on PC/Xbox/PSN! MarxAthium

Forza Horizon 3 on GTX 960 2GB 1080p

PC Specifications: CPU: Intel Core i5 3470 3.20GHz MB: Foxcon H61MXE-V RAM: 8GB Kingston HyperX 1866MHz GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960IX-OC 2GB GDDR5 HDD: 1TB PSU: Antec VP450w Real Power OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Monitor: BenQ GW2270 HDMI -FPS- (not recording) MAX: 30 (locked) AVG: 30 (dropping on moments to 24/18) MIN: 1 -Video recorded using nvidia ShadowPlay -Display driver 378.66 -The game runs really bad on GTX 960 with 2GB of VRAM.The VRAM is full even on low settings but still there is little stutter and lags. -On MEDIUM settings with MSAA X2/FXAA: OFF you can play it but there will be more stutter and the fps will drop to 0 in some moments. -The fps are locked to 30.If i unlock the fps counter will go wild !

fps counter , showed graphics options
my sys. specs:
Cpu: Intel core i7-3770 3,4ghz
Gpu: Gigabyte GeForce gtx960 ix oc 2gb
Ram: Kingston 8gb ddr3 1600mhz (1x8gb)
MoBo: ASRock Z75 pro3
OS: Windows 10 home

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