Good News, Probably Not!
id Tech 7 is rather kind on GPUs, as long as they have at least 4GB of RAM for it to use; even an RX 5500 XT or GTX 980 Ti will give you playable frame rates on Ultra at 1080p. If you prefer 1440p, a GTX 1070 or Vega 56 will handle Ultra but even with this engine if you are looking for 4K, you want an NVIDIA card with a model number ending in 80. Techspot couldn’t give any idea what ray tracing would do to the performance as we don’t have a way to enable it … yet.
Drop by for a look at what you can expect from your current card if you haven’t picked up DOOM Eternal yet or see if you might be looking to upgrade if feel your experience is lacking in the game right now.
Doom Eternal is the series' latest demon-killing romp, bringing more weapon variety, a plethora of new demons to face off against, and exciting new environments to explore. Today we're taking 25 graphics cards to see how they perform in Doom Eternal using the latest optimized GPU drivers.