F1 2017 review: tested with 21 graphics cards

What kind of hardware is required for the newest racing game by Codemasters?

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Image quality

To give you an idea of what the various graphics settings look like, we made screenshots using the low, medium and ultra presets. The difference between low and medium is clearly visible, for example in the grass and shadow quality. On ultra settings the shadows are rendered even more extensively, however other differences are rather small. We agree with professional game-reviewers that F1 2017 is not an exceptionally pretty game.

  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)

Setting preset Medium Ultra
Lightning Quality Medium High
Post Process Medium High
Shadows Medium Ultra High
Smoke Shadows Low High
Particules Medium High
Crowd Low High
Mirrors Medium Ultra High
Ambient Occlusion Off ASSAO
Screen Space Reflections Medium Ultra High
Texture Streaming Medium Ultra High
Vehicle Reflections Medium Ultra High
Weather Effects Medium Ultra High
Ground Cover Medium Ultra High
Dynamic Hair High High
Skidmarks Low High
SSRT Shadows Off Off
Anti aliasing TAA TAA

Furthermore, we made some screenshots at Full HD and ultra settings to showcase the game some more.

  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)
  • F1 2017 Standard Edition (PC)


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