F1 2017 review: tested with 21 graphics cards

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


Test results: Ultra HD (3840x2160)

Even on medium settings you'll require a relatively powerful GPU, if you're playing on 4K. Once again the current mid-rangers achieve numbers just shy of 60 fps. On ultra settings F1 2017 manages to get nearly each card on its knees - only a GTX 1080 Ti breaks through the magical 'playable' limit of 60 fps. The RX Vega 64 scores quite disappointingly with 50 fps, which is below the GTX 1080 by a significant amount (56 fps).

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