Just Cause 4 PC Performance Review

Older Hardware - R9 380 VS GTX 960

Just Cause 4 PC Performance Review

Older Hardware - R9 380 VS GTX 960

Some people wonder why we still test games on our Radeon R9 380 and Geforce GTX 960 graphics cards, but it is worth remembering that both of these graphics cards were released in 2015. There is no shortage of these graphics cards on the used market or within currently used gaming systems, making them more than worthy of a deeper look in these game performance pieces.  

With both of these graphics cards, we found that 1080p at Medium settings is a great target for these graphics cards, enabling 30+ FPS gameplay with some room to spare in most cases. If you use a 60Hz display you can lock the game to 30FPS and have a great time using a gamepad. 

Medium settings is not a bad place graphically for Just Cause 4, though those who are targetting 60FPS framerates should consider investing in newer hardware.   
  

Just Cause 4 PC Performance Review  

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08-12-2018, 14:09:58

AngryGoldfish
It's weird that HardwareUnboxed was seeing worse performance in JC4 over JC3. He really didn't like the way the PC port was done.Quote
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