Question Advice on how to hit 400fps in Apex Legends

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I'm using a 4k 144hz monitor and would really like to go back to 1080p 360hz (for competitive fps) when those monitors are released. Right now with my 2080 Ti I get about 300fps @1080p. Wondering what I could upgrade to hit 400fps?

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Nothing. There is nothing you can do to get 400 FPS in Apex Legends at 1080p unless you reduce the graphics settings until you do have 400 FPS.

If the 2080TI can only achieve 300 FPS then it's 300 FPS since there is no better GPU on the market.

You have the best CPU for gaming.
You have the best GPU you can buy.
 

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yes i was more thinking about whether getting a 2nd 2080 ti for NVLink or waiting for the next generation gpu. Also would faster ram be a waste of money? I've seen some benchmarks that shows there is a tiny improvement in fps with the faster speed ram u get but i hear some people saying that after a certain point you don't really see a difference.

this video shows a considerable performance increase with sli in apex legends
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDnqRAADyJ4
 
drophdgaming Hello. Question: Is 300 FPS the max framerate that you could achieve, at 1080p, on a single RTX 2080 Ti? Because if so, then that may be the the max framerate that Apex Legend's engine can achieve. If that's the case, then there is nothing that you could do to supersede that game engine limit. For example, Overwatch's engine has a 300 FPS limit. Doom (2016)'s id Tech 6 engine FPS has a 200 FPS limit.
 
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NightHawkRMX

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There basically is nothing you can do to get that high of a framerate unless you continue to drop settings until you do. APEX Legends does not benefit from SLI, so investing in another 2080ti is just wasted money.

You could try overclocking your 9900k to 5ghz or so assuming you have a competent cooler.

To be honest, although there is a big number gap between 144hz to 360hz, I doubt you will feel much difference going from 144 to 360hz. Currently, even pro gamers say that there really isn't a very big difference between 144hz to 240hz.
 

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i heard some one else say that apex doesnt benefit from sli but that video i posted earlier shows a clear improvement or am i mistaken of something?
 
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I'm using a 4k 144hz monitor and would really like to go back to 1080p 360hz (for competitive fps) when those monitors are released. Right now with my 2080 Ti I get about 300fps @1080p. Wondering what I could upgrade to hit 400fps?

specs:
i9-9900K @ stock
PNY Anarchy X 3200MHz 24GB XMP Profile
AsRock Extreme 4 z370
Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Windforce OC 11GB @ stock
Seasonic Focus+ 750w
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