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Performance - Gaming RTX 3090 - Watch Dogs: Legion

Performance - GeForce RTX 3090 - Watch Dogs: Legion

For this game test series, we'll use three games as well. I have skipped 1280x720 as a resolution here, yet added Ultra HD. We'll start off with Watch Dogs: Legion which we test at High-quality settings. Below are thus results with a GeForce RTX 3090. We choose such a powerful graphics card to be more CPU and DDR5 memory bound. If we'd use a slower graphics card, the bottleneck would be the GPU; on its end narrowing down the numbers. The realistic fact is also that with a more mainstream graphics card, the performance differential for system memory will be very shallow.




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