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I have a gtx 1080 ti with a i7 7700k and 16gb 3000mhz ram do you guys think i will be able to run fortnite on all low settings and get a steady 360fps?

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a steady 360 FPS is pretty much impossible on any hardware. you'll definitely be averaging in the high 200s though.


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if you already have the hardware, why not just test it yourself? it's a free game after all.


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unless you have an absolute beastly oc on that 7700k you probably wont break 300fps. gpu wont be a problem, though you'll need to make sure you have a display cable that supports that kinda bandwidth. ideally you'd have a 9700k or a comet lake cpu with a 5ghz+ oc and some tuned b-die ram for those framerates. although it's unlikely that you'd notice the difference :P


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You end up with game engine bottlenecks. No one needs more than 240 fps / hz monitor.


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I'd guess 250-350fps hugely variable at the CPU limits....given my 1080p Low settings GTX1070 gets limited to 60-80% usage and I'm at the live CPU constraints on the go with my 4.7Ghz 4c8t 4790k paired with CL11 2200Mhz DDR3 pushing sometimes a locked 300fps indoors but outside in action sequences its 220-280fps and hugely variable in that range as im constantly moving the camera around in battle and the engine is seeking assets and culling them on the fly...

My CPU also is not at 100% usage allcores, sits roughly 65-80% when fps is unlocked.

 

I can push 220-280fps again at 1440p low settings and still be at 80-100% GPU usage.

My CPU is good for the 200-250 range CAPPED so I don't hit more microstutter at the limits... can at times of less action go a little higher without the CAP.


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