The Division 2 Performance Analysis – 15 Cards Tested!

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The Division 2 Performance Analysis - 15 Cards Tested!

The Division 2 Performance Analysis

You’re the last defence against a deadly virus in The Division 2. However, guns and grenades aren’t the only weapons you’ll want to use to tackle the issues at hand. Getting the most out of The Division 2 starts with a kick-ass PC setup. Of course, Ubisoft say this game is pretty well set up. That means that even a modest gaming PC should be able to enjoy it at 1080p. However, for those wanting to push to 1440p, or even up to 4K resolutions, you’ll likely want to bring out the big guns. Uhm, I mean graphics cards.

We’ve been playing away at the game for the last couple of days. It only launched on Friday, so giving our full review/analysis isn’t easy. However, we’ve pushed through and tested a wide range of AMD and Nvidia graphics cards. Which cards work best for which resolution? How do the Low, Medium, High and Ultra profiled effect the games performance? That’s what we’re here to find out!

GPUs Featured

First up, we have the AMD RX570, RX580, as well as both the VEGA 56 and VEGA 64. We’re (still) waiting on our Radeon VII though, as review samples seem to be something of a mythical beast right now. We’ll add those results in as soon as we can though. However, beyond that, we have the GTX 1060, as well as its 2019 replacements, the GTX 1660 and the GTX 1660 Ti. Beyond that, we have the more high-end GTX 10-series cards, as well as the 2019 flagship cards from the RTX series; 2060, 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti.

We’ve only added one card from each model for clarity. However, we have tested a few others that will be shown in their stand-alone reviews over the next few days. These results, as well as any more we do, will be added to our GPU reviews going forward, bringing us up to seven games after our other recent addition of Far Cry New Dawn.

  • PowerColor Devil RX570
  • PowerColor Devil RX580
  • AMD Radeon Vega 56
  • Sapphire VEGA 64
  • ASUS 9Gbps GTX 1060
  • MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X
  • Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti
  • PNY XLR8 GTX 1070
  • MSI Gaming GTX 1070 Ti
  • Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1
  • Nvidia FE GTX 1080 Ti
  • ASUS Strix RTX 2060
  • Aorus Xtreme RTX 2070
  • EVGA XC Ultra RTX 2080
  • Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti


Game Description

Washington D.C. is on the brink of collapse. Lawlessness and instability threaten our society, and rumours of a coup in the Capitol are only amplifying the chaos. All active Division agents are desperately needed to save the city before it’s too late.

The Division 2 is an action-shooter RPG set in an open-world. Play in co-op and PvP modes that offer more variety in missions and challenges, new progression systems with unique twists and surprises, and fresh gaming innovations to engage players for years to come.

When you’re battling everything from warring factions to contamination zones and the elements, you need to make sure you’re well prepared. The Division 2 offers fully customizable agents and gear. There are variety of weapons, armour, and cosmetic options to find, plus more gear sets and exotic items available to high-level players. When you reach the endgame, unique specializations will allow you to further expand your arsenal and abilities.

Video Analysis

You can also watch all of our results in video format below.

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One Response to “The Division 2 Performance Analysis – 15 Cards Tested!”
  1. Paul Soh says:

    How about some more additional cards that are less powerful than the RX 570… like the GTX 1050, GT 1030, RX 560, GTX 750 Ti…etc Or even Intel HD graphics.

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