How Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 Plays on Different Graphics Cards

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Ive got a R5 2600, RTX 2060 nvme ssd, 860 evo ssd, 16gb 3000mhz cl15 memory. I run the game at 100% /1080p render with everything else on low. I get 150+ fps to power my high refresh monitor. frame times dip occasionally in ground war. but once the map and everything is loaded, it runs like a champ. very optimized on release. good job game ready drivers.
 
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Playing on a Zotac amp 2080.
If left at stock clocks, runs at a uncapped 163fps average in 1080p with maxed settings paired with a 2700x.
I leave it at 120fps capped and my GPU stays below 50C 90% of the time. Ground war causes it to jump to 56C.
This game is pretty optimized.
Runs 1440p at 120hz as well capped. But definitely gets a little hotter. I prefer a more stable system so I keep it at 1080p.

Interestingly, I find that any overclocking of the GPU leaded to direct x 6068 errors and leave it at stock clock speeds. Although my silicon handles a good 225mhz overclock everywhere else.
 

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Why bother with AMD integrated graphics if you're not going to also include a dedicated AMD graphics card? If someone didn't know better, they may assume AMD cards/drivers won't work with the game.
There are people that can only afford an APU and besides that if said person is using a cloud gaming service they should be able to play this game on a cloud service like Geforce Now as an example because i have a laptop that has a i5 8250U and a MX150 GPU which i am not able to play most games i own on it but with Geforce Now i am able to play all my games on high settings the only catch is you need a strong connection for it.
 

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I opened the article to see how this would run on my RX470. Please change the title to something like "How Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 Plays on Different Nvidia Graphics Cards, and on AMD APUs" as you most certainly did not "test on everything from integrated graphics to GTX 1080"

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There are people that can only afford an APU and besides that if said person is using a cloud gaming service they should be able to play this game on a cloud service like Geforce Now as an example because i have a laptop that has a i5 8250U and a MX150 GPU which i am not able to play most games i own on it but with Geforce Now i am able to play all my games on high settings the only catch is you need a strong connection for it.
There's nothing wrong with reviewing how the game runs on integrated graphics; indeed that is helpful information. It's just a matter of fairness - if you're going to bring AMD into the conversation you can't only mention it's weakest entry while reviewing Nvidia's best. I know that the author is not attempting to make a direct comparison between the two, or that it was intentional, but the lingering impression of the article is that AMD is somehow bad or irrelevant.
 

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