Graphics card performance 1440p & 2160p
Graphics card performance 1440p and 4K UHD
Wide Quad HD at 2560x1440 then following Ultra HD. Ultra HD, UHD or 4K, this resolution refers to approximately 4000 horizontal pixels. Ultra HD resolution has four times the number of pixels of a typical 1920x1080 resolution. This resolution and Ultra quality settings typically require more memory.
You'll notice the results are a bit all over the place, as mentioned it is very hard to benchmark this title due to random effects like explosions. Fluctuations of 5% anytime anywhere are possible.
The 1050 Ti caves in starting at 2560x1440, it needs more than 4 GB memory after 1080p. So pretty much any card with 4GB is hurt by the Ultra quality setting. You'll hate being a Fury owner, 4GB does not cut it anymore. The results are really odd and even off somehow. We recommend you to switch to high quality. Also, we are seeing some seriously odd results with the 980 Ti, we'll call it an isolated anomaly for now but I am curious to know if you own such a card if you see similar results. AMD, however, found some magic lovin' for Vega as it performs really strong.