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  1. Faith's Avatar
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    Josey Wales said: View Post
    I know, it seems to be a secret

    This is all I can find on it and I will not buy one of these Super GPU's just for this game.-LOL
    It's running on a new engine so expect it to be higher in both highs and lows than the previous titles. Since NVIDIA is doing their 'gameworks' makeover, the game will certainly tank performance wise if you crank everything up. Just look at Metro Exodus, a game that's using hardware accelerated physics, ray traced global illumination and tessellated hair strains, even the Super cards struggles in it. Before running this game though just turn all of the NVIDIA enhancements off and you'll probably be good with your 1660 Ti.
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    I'm wanting to hear more about this new engine. They have touted that before, and its always just tweaking the old one.
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  3. Faith's Avatar
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    Dude said: View Post
    I'm wanting to hear more about this new engine. They have touted that before, and its always just tweaking the old one.
    According to DF, the engine is completely revamped has been in development for over 5 years and it will be used in future titles. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare engine was in development for 5 years, to be used in future games | Windows Central

    Guess we'll see when the game comes out how well it performs.
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    Faith said: View Post
    It's running on a new engine so expect it to be higher in both highs and lows than the previous titles. Since NVIDIA is doing their 'gameworks' makeover, the game will certainly tank performance wise if you crank everything up. Just look at Metro Exodus, a game that's using hardware accelerated physics, ray traced global illumination and tessellated hair strains, even the Super cards struggles in it. Before running this game though just turn all of the NVIDIA enhancements off and you'll probably be good with your 1660 Ti.
    Thanks Faith with my new Dell Monitor I can finally play COD4RM without it crashing @144 Hz.
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    @Josey Wales

    Not sure if this is true, but wanted to share it with you

    Call of Duty Modern Warfare System Requirements | GameMaximus

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    Dude said: View Post
    @Josey Wales

    Not sure if this is true, but wanted to share it with you

    Call of Duty Modern Warfare System Requirements | GameMaximus

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    I do not have a RTX so I guess it will play at a lower setting. Thanks.
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    Josey Wales said: View Post
    I do not have a RTX so I guess it will play at a lower setting. Thanks.
    Me too, I think it will still be good
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  8. Faith's Avatar
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    Recommended system requirements should always be taken with a grain of salt. It's not like you need an RTX card to play this game. I can bet it's going to play fine on most GTX gaming cards without ray tracing. It's going to be an optional setting like any other game with this feature, and I believe they will use path traced shadows for bullets and stuff. The 2060 is on average 15% faster than the 1660 Ti, which will be easy to compensate by lowering a few settings. If the engine is well optimized you can play it at good quality and performance on a 1660 Ti and definitely on a 1080 Ti.

    You can see it this video, you're not going to miss much with "RTX Off"

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