Raytracing in Cyberpunk will not be supported on AMD cards at launch, only Nvidia cards. So not, not to begin with.Here's what I'm wondering, I have an intel i7-9700K, a SSD, 32 GB Ram, and an Radeon RX 6800, will I be able to get away with minimum RT at 2160p. I think I can pull off Ultra settings even without the 6800 XT. First time I've built a PC so I'm not sure how I'll do. I'm hoping to get at least high settings with 60 FPS when playing.
From the reviews I've seen of the 6800 and 6800XT, forget about Ray Tracing, certainly for anything other that low RT settings.Here's what I'm wondering, I have an intel i7-9700K, a SSD, 32 GB Ram, and an Radeon RX 6800, will I be able to get away with minimum RT at 2160p. I think I can pull off Ultra settings even without the 6800 XT. First time I've built a PC so I'm not sure how I'll do. I'm hoping to get at least high settings with 60 FPS when playing.
Who did you have to kill to get a series 30 card?3080. Excellent... I am ready!
That is usually the aim point for PC Specs. What setting can you have whilst maintaining 60FPS.I'd assume the chart aims at 60 fps with each collumn.
Ok, thanks. That's what I've been hearing. I'll probably try it out anyhow and see how things run. I should still be able to play with high-ultra settings so I'll be happy with that. Maybe next Christmas 3080's will actually be in stock.From the reviews I've seen of the 6800 and 6800XT, forget about Ray Tracing, certainly for anything other that low RT settings.
Lol. I saved up to build this pc 'cause I knew I'd want a good system to play Cyberpunk on. I know I'm pretty set on everything for 4k and ultra settings, but the 6800 had some really poor reviews with ray tracing. Max RT dropped the fps to under 30 for most games. I'm definitely going to try for ray tracing once I can actually get into the game. Here's hoping they have a benchmark tool.If you can't pull off maximum graphics with ray tracing... I'd be surprised. Your rig specs blow even the maximum ray tracing requirements out of the water with all the subtlety of throwing 6 tons of rubidium into said water.
(For the unaware, Rubidium explodes violently when exposed to water.)
Same here, gonna spend some time playing with graphical settings right of the bat for sure. Think I'm gonna try for RT min 1440p first then uptweak from there. Aiming for a smooth 60fps.Bit worried it seems to need a 3070 for ultra 1440 alone, since I have a ultra wide . Since 3070 tested better than a 2080 to, not sure what compromises I'll have to make with a 2080 super on my screen. Oh well, I'll find out next month.
I'd expect it would depend. I'm in a similar boat with a 3900x and 2070S. Given the spec list it would appear 1440P at ultra settings would be obtainable. This raises the question of what is the difference between something like ultra and high. Or a mix of ultra and high on different settings. The same applies to the 2160p recommendations where it lists a 2080S. A 2070S is not a 2080S. The question is whether a lower end GPU could do 2160p with the graphical sliders tweaked.I have a ryzen 5 3600 and a rtx 2070 super.
I can try for a RT minimum, but I think I can go for a better experience with ultra 1440p.
It seems that if you don't have a great graphics card for it, RT is more of a downgrade experience.
It is a generic req. list, yeah. I will definitely turn down or off some settings like motion blur, chromatic aberration, depth of field etc.