Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy PC Performance Review

Graphical Settings Comparison - GTX 1060 VS RX 580

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy PC Performance Review

Graphical Settings Comparison - GTX 1060 VS RX 580

It says a lot about the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy that we have to run the game at a resolution of 4K to get meaningful performance data when comparing our GTX 1060 and RX 580 graphics cards. 

Both GPUs offer a constant 60FPS framerate at 1080p, can deliver 1440p 60FPS gameplay at the same graphical settings, though at 4K we can see the Nvidia GPU take a huge performance lead over its Radeon counterpart. 

In the graph below we can see Nvidia's RX 580 move far behind our GTX 1060, though we can also see the impact of some of the game's graphical presets, with the largest gap appearing between the game's Ultra and High presets. 

This performance hit is strange given the game's almost identical performance at both quality settings, showcasing how expensive the game's ultimately needless Ultra shadow settings are. It is also amazing how small the performance impact the move from Low to Medium settings is, given the fact that this setting turns on Bloom, Ambient Occlusion, Depth of Field and Fur Blur. 

With this chart in mind, it is clear that the first graphical setting that gamers should lower is shadow quality, given its minimal visual impact and its N. Sane performance cost. 

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04-07-2018, 02:23:37

Peace
I've tried the guide on Steam that tells you how to unlock the framerate, which is pretty much the same as you mentioned here, BUT the guy told us to turn VSync INGAME ON AND turn it OFF in the Nvidia control panel. On my PC that resulted in still capped 60FPS, but the game then had SERIOUS tearing issues even in the menus and on the main island in Crash 1. Not sure if this is driver related or if I have to turn VSync ingame off as well, which would make sense and is something that I do instantly with every new game. With no changes in Nvidia's control panel, I have absolutely zero tearing issues without VSync.

On Steam there is also a guide for Radeon users, so it seems possible. Although I'm running a 1080p60 monitor, I might try again with Vsync off ingame.Quote
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