GPU Tests: Rocket League (1080p, 4K)

GTX 1080

(1080p) GTX 1080: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(1080p) GTX 1080: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(1080p) GTX 1080: Rocket League, Time Under 90 FPS(4K) GTX 1080: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(4K) GTX 1080: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(4K) GTX 1080: Rocket League, Time Under 60 FPS

1060

(1080p) GTX 1060: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(1080p) GTX 1060: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(1080p) GTX 1060: Rocket League, Time Under 60 FPS(4K) GTX 1060: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(4K) GTX 1060: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(4K) GTX 1060: Rocket League, Time Under 30 FPS

R9 Fury

(1080p) R9 Fury: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(1080p) R9 Fury: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(1080p) R9 Fury: Rocket League, Time Under 120 FPS(4K) R9 Fury: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(4K) R9 Fury: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(4K) R9 Fury: Rocket League, Time Under 60 FPS

RX 480

(1080p) RX 480: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(1080p) RX 480: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(1080p) RX 480: Rocket League, Time Under 120 FPS(4K) RX 480: Rocket League, Average Frame Rate(4K) RX 480: Rocket League, 99th Percentile(4K) RX 480: Rocket League, Time Under 60 FPS

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  • 802Shaun - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Just a friendly correction: It should be "200% more threads" instead of 300% more. Thanks for the article! Reply
  • Ian Cutress - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Updated :) Reply
  • ChristopherF - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Wouldn't 300% be correct since 12 is 3x 4? Reply
  • mickulty - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    It has 300% of the threads, but has 200% *more* threads. Reply
  • buri - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Your logic is correct if you say "3 times", but with percentages you always refer to the % amount more. In this case is 8 threads more, so 200% of 4 threads. 6 threads more would have been 150% more, and so on Reply
  • MobiusPizza - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    It's either 200% MORE threads or 300% the original thread count. Reply
  • ddriver - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Nice to see AMD not only back in the game, being competitive in trivial computing workloads, but also offering TWICE the value where PERFORMANCE really MATTERS - rendering, encoding, compiling and other time intensive workloads. Reply
  • MajGenRelativity - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    Indeed it is. I recently built a PC with a 1700X, and my friend said it was a massive improvement over his old FX 6350 Reply
  • SquarePeg - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    I'm wondering how low AMD's pricing will go on R3 chip's if they can bring a 4C/4T low end R3 to market for $99 that can overclock decently then the FX 6300/6350 will have a true successor. Reply
  • MajGenRelativity - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - link

    That's also something I'm interested in. Right now it reaches down to $170, which is still in the upper mid-range, but if it can go even further down, I'd be pretty happy with it. Reply

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