Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Performance Review

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dorsai

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Decent review...I really appreciate the use of "common" components vs uber high end CPU's and GPU's that 2-3% of the population has. The bar charts for CPU usage are difficult to digest...maybe a simple % used graph would be better. Also a look at CPU scaling would be helpful...clock speed in particular but also core count scaling.
 

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I played the Beta - We got in a jeep, drove off a cliff, crashed then got outa the jeep and started running to where we needed to go.
 

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I have to agree. I enjoyed seeing the use of an I5 since I'm still using my 3570k @ 4.2Ghz. In fact I have the GTX 1060 to go with it so this becomes even more relevant of a review to me. It's also very close in performance I can expect from my 3 alienware laptops. with GTX 1060's.
 

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"We got in a jeep, drove off a cliff, crashed then got outa the jeep and started running to where we needed to go."

lol That's... not good. No penalty for being reckless.
 

hardcore8uk

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I'm not going to mention anything about the review, nothing!

What I am going to talk about is why every time I come on this website my Sony Z1 Compact mobile phone suddenly gets extremely hot and terribly slow and drains battery rapid , this does not happen on any other website I visit, do you really need to display so many adverts all over the page, what else can it be!.

I will stop coming on your mobile phone killing website, my phone never gets this warm even when playing demanding games.

Goodbye - www.tomsMobileDrainingHardware.com
 

dfg555

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Good thing CPU Usage was included. Most review sites should do this, it goes to show how quad cores are starting to die out. That i5-6500 has still some little bit of headroom left though. You could probably stick a 980 Ti in it and have some minor bottlenecking at 1080p. Would be more interesting to see how the i7-6700/7700 does. Those should have plenty of headroom left, unless it's 4K then we can with pretty much any CPU that has decent IPC.
 

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This game requires a very good graphics card to play if you want the game to look somewhat decent. I have a GTX 760 TI and i can only run it on low. Since it is open world, there is so much stuff for the gpu to load and render, it eats alot.
 

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"Common components" are fine but what is wrong with including a GTX1080 in the mix especially since the 1080ti is available now and it lowered the prices of the 1080s.
 

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I enjoyed this review and its relevance to me since I have an i7-3770k and a GTX 1060.

Also, a close friend I served with is in this game! They used real active duty and former Reconnaissance Men for this game which I think is awesome.
 

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they need to work on flying the chopper and vehicles. Not as easy as BF4. Other than that the graphics look great.

I am running an ASUS ROG GTX 1070 and it runs smooth.
 
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