Battlefield V Performance – Fastest AMD and Nvidia Cards Tested
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
- Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core 5 GHz CPU (stock clocks)
- Gigabyte Aorus Master Z390 Motherboard
- Crucial Ballistix 4 x 8 GB 3200 MHz DDR4
- OCZ 512 GB SSD
- Noctua NH-D15S CPU Cooler
- Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 11 1000W PSU
- Windows 10 Professional
Graphics Cards Used
- Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti
- Aorus Xtreme RTX 2080
- Aorus Xtreme RTX 2070
- Nvidia FE GTX 1080 Ti
- Sapphire Radeon Vega 64
- AMD Radeon Vega 56
- PowerColor RX580
Drivers and Software
The latest drivers for both AMD and Nvidia were used as of 13/11/2018. This includes all the most up to date drivers for Windows 10, and the most recent updates available to Battlefield V prior to its launch. Keep in mind that with this being launch day, performance will likely improve in the game with upcoming patches and fixes.
To keep things in a nice, easy to repeat and easy to set up format, we stuck with the games built-in high graphics profile. The only changes we made were to turn V-Sync off, set the frame limit to its maximum of 200, and we used three resolutions; 1080p, 1440p, 2160p. We ran several runs initially using the War Stories setup, but the results were virtually identical in multiple tests that we rewound to using a single test run. Average frame rates are displayed on our charts. The game proved to be remarkably stable with less than +/- 10 FPS between quiet and more visually intense scenes.
Since we ran the game pre-release, we avoided multiplayer testing as things are too quiet and too erratic pre-launch. Perhaps this is something we’ll dive into post-launch. However, we still expect GPU performance to be similar online, but online does tend to be more CPU intensive too.