EVGA GeForce RTX 3060 XC Gaming review

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DX12: Watch Dogs: Legion

Watch Dogs: Legion

The London Branch of DedSec, led by Sabine Brandt and her newly crafted AI Bagley, detect armed intruders planting explosives in the Houses of Parliament. Sabine assigns DedSec operative Dalton Wolfe to defuse the bombs. Although he manages to have some success, he quickly learns that the intruders are from a rogue hacker group called "Zero Day", who seek to prevent his interference. Learning that DedSec has been attacked, causing Sabine to go underground and shutting down Bagley, Dalton attempt to complete his mission. We test with the internal benchmark at ultra quality settings.




Raytracing (Hybrid) 


In the above chart, you can see the RTX 3060 with Raytracing enabled, alongside the other cards. WD:L makes use of screen space reflections (which looks nice). NVIDIA however has the advantage of DLSS, see below when enabled.


You can easily push performance with DX-R On and DLSS ON at 41 FPS in WQHD, that's not a bad deal really. 

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