Ultra High Definition 4K - 3840x2160 Performance
Gaming at 3840x2160 FPS performance with modern games
So on this page I want to show you an overview of rendering performance with a series of High-end and Enthusiast level graphics cards. “FullHD” 1920x1080 has become the industry standard within the display industry, but enthusiasts will never settle for just standard and are always looking for the next big innovation in technology. Ultra HD gaming is the next evolution in immersion that gamers have been waiting for. Commonly addressed as Ultra HD, UHD or 4K, this new resolution refers to the ultra-high resolutions with approximately 4000 horizontal pixels. Ultra HD resolution also has four times the number of pixels of a typical 1920x1080 resolution.
With four times the pixels, a new level of immersion can be created for gamers on a single display. Gamers will be able to experience richer details and a new sense of realism with the next generation of gaming on Ultra HD displays. An AMD Radeon R9 290 features support for Ultra HD resolutions over both HDMI 1.4b (low 30Hz refresh) and DisplayPort 1.2 (60Hz refresh).
Into the charts we add the latest Radeon cards, then on NVIDIA's side a GeForce GTX 780, GeForce GTX 780 Ti and a GeForce GTX Titan, these are the only cards you should use with an Ultra HD setup like this anyway as you want at least 3GB graphics memory per card. Over time these charts will build up, so please understand that the following two pages functions as an indication of what we need in the not so far away future.
- DirectX 11
- High Quality settings
- 2x MSAA
- 16x AF
- Internal benchmark
- DirectX 11
- Ultra Quality mode with DDOD enabled
- FXAA enabled
- Medal of Honor Warfighter is set at Ultra image Quality
- 4x MSAA enabled (deferred)
- Ultra Quality mode
- FX AA enabled
- 16x AF enabled
- Hair Quality Normal (TressFX disabled)
- Tessellation On
- SSAO Ultra
Our scores are average frame rates so you need to take a margin in mind for lower FPS at all times. As such we say 40 FPS for overall should be your minimum, while 60 FPS (frames per second) can be considered optimal.