Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 23 Jan 2018.
Seems I will be fine with my i5-2500k and 280x.
It's nice to see requirements for different performance levels.
It would be nice if requirements for 720p30, 1080p60, 2k60 and 4k60 were announced for all games.
Wait, what?! OS-locked resolution? What is the world coming to!?
Interesting that 4K requirements state SLI/CrossFire - when most 'experts' will tell you that SLI isn't worth it. Hopefully this means that the game will look good (it does) and will play fine @1440p on my solo 1080Ti.
Does that mean Ubisoft have wrote drivers for SLI/Crossfire cause I bet AMD and Nvidia sure have **** won't have.
Also interesting the processor bump required for going to 4K. I would of thought that going from High to 4K would only require a GPU bump especially with current GPU performance. Guess its something that will need tested.
I would of thought 144Hz would require a CPU bump especially if lowering settings to get frames.
I would be surprised if there is actually a big performance jump on the cpus from what they have listed
4K lists the same intel cpu but 2 different AMD ones which is a bit strange I always assumed ryzen1600 would be faster than both of the listed intel chips.
Presumably 4k requires some feature of Direct X12 to operate properly, at least it does within this specific title.
Alternatively Microsoft paid Ubisoft to push Win 10, Ubisoft have done stranger things.
My reading was ubi's requirements for 4k require a Skylake [or later] CPU, Skylake onwards CPUs are only officially supported on 10 [iirc, i know MS backtracked a for a little while].
Therefore according to ubi, 4K 'requires' Windows 10.
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