In this PC performance video we explore how well the new DOOM game runs at a variety of preset graphics settings. The PC benchmark is performed on an PNY NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 OC | Intel i7-5820K | 16GB
I use over the top RAM and CPU so that the focus is on the graphics card performance in our benchmark video. Our video puts a focus on Low and Ultra graphics options in DOOM, showcasing what powerful PC hardware can achieve.
The biggest difference between the highest graphics settings and the lowest graphics settings was mainly down to lighting and occlusion. The game still looks incredibly good on low, and put out really good frame rates across the board.
DOOM 4 features graphics options covering Resolution, Vertical Sync, Anti-Aliasing, Colorblind Mode, Motion Blur, Chromatic Abberation, Field of View, Overall Quality, Resolution Scale, Lights Quality, Shadows Quality, Player Self-Shadow, Direction Occlusion Quality, Decal Quality, Decal Filtering, Virtual Texturing Page Size, Reflections Quality, Particles Quality, Compute Shaders, Motion Blur Quality, Depth of Field, Depth of Field Antialiasing, HDR Bloom, Lens Flare, Lens Dirt, Rendering Mode, Sharpening Amount, Film Grain and UI Opacity.
See how well you can run Doom 4 by visiting our DOOM system requirements page
DOOM was released on PC on May 13th 2016 by Bethesda Softworks, ZeniMax Media and id Software.
Avg Min Graphics FPS: 75
Avg Max Graphics FPS: 64
Note: Frame Rate counter in corner of screen
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