Gears 5 benchmarks and performance analysis


Gears 5 is here, on PC, Xbox, and even Steam. We’ve tested dozens of graphics cards and CPUs using the Microsoft Store version on Windows 10 to see what sort of hardware is needed to run the game at a variety of settings. Gears 5 runs well on lower spec hardware, but Intel integrated graphics definitely wasn’t up to snuff. Read our full article for additional details of the testing and performance:

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GPUs tested on i7-8700K @ 4.9GHz:
1:00 – Settings overview and performance impact on RX 5700 and RTX 2060

3:10 – 720p low on integrated AMD and Intel graphics
3:59 – 1080p low on budget to midrange GPUs
4:20 – 720p/1080p very low GPU performance chart
4:33 – 1080p medium on midrange/mainstream GPUs
4:58 – 1080p medium GPU performance chart
5:09 – 1080p high on midrange to high-end GPUs
5:44 – 1080p high GPU performance chart
5:55 – 1080p ultra on high-end GPUs
6:21 – 1080p ultra GPU performance chart
6:45 – 1440p ultra on high-end/extreme GPUs
7:12 – 1440p ultra GPU performance chart
7:28 – 4K ultra on extreme GPUs
7:47 – 4K ultra GPU performance chart

CPU testing with RTX 2080 Ti:
8:15 – 1080p low CPU framerate comparison
8:39 – 1080p high CPU framerate comparison
8:56 – 1080p low through 4K ultra CPU performance charts

Notebook testing with RTX laptops:
9:26 – 1080p high laptop framerate comparison
9:48 – 1080p very low through 1080p ultra laptop performance charts

10:18 – Closing thoughts, thanks MSI!

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