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I was trying to be helpful, I cannot try these methods since I don't have <8GB card at hand. People say it works, people say it doesn't work, I really don't know.
Overclocked your CPU at all? would be interesting to see if that would add some extra framesThat's a great example of optimized game! Now Bethesda need to lesson Rockstar Games how to deploy a game for PC.
My old GPU is not listed on test... Here we go! R5 1600 (2017) on cheapest A320 with GTX1060 3GB... 1080p with mixed of high and medium presets.
Quake Champions does not use ID-Tech6 While it does borrow code from Tech 6, It's actually running on the Saber3d Engine. When I first found this out I was surprised and a bit salty given that Tech-6, in my opinion, is superior to Saber 3d. The reason for this is that Tech 6 wasn't completed before the development of quake champions was concluded. This game was completed before Doom 2016 even though it was released to the public much later than Doom. This same engine will also be used to remaster Crysis. It was previously used for recent Halo releases and World War Z. Still, it looks great and performs so well that most people don't notice Quake running on a different engine.Id games like Quake Champions (idtech6) and Doom Eternal (7) will basically run well on any new machine.
All you really need lately is a RTX 2060 Super or better to enjoy new games but the 1060/1070/1080 can still get you through the door.