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Should you play BF1 in DX11 or DX12?
One of the questions we wanted to ask, and answer, is if you should play BF1 in DX11 or DX12 for the best gameplay experience?
We have discovered that BF1 is highly optimized and runs well in DX11. Performance is very good on an AMD Radeon RX 480 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 in DX11. We can run the campaign mode at 1440p with the highest possible in-game settings on both video card and still average above 60 FPS. At 1080p performance is well into the 90’s to 100’s, which is incredible. However, you must use DX11 to experience this bliss in gaming performance.
When switched to DX12, BF1 falls flat on its face. There is no performance improvement, and there are no visual quality improvements. In fact, there is a negative return on framerate. On both the AMD Radeon RX 480 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 the framerates go south and provide worse performance while gaming, at 1080p and 1440p.
It was clear though that the GeForce GTX 1060 took a greater hit in performance running DX12 versus DX11. The AMD Radeon RX 480 took a lesser hit in performance, though it was still slower in DX12.
Note that this is all with the latest drivers as well. We are using the AMD Crimson Edition 16.10.2 Hotfix driver and the NVIDIA GeForce 375.63 driver, both newly released for this game.
DX12 introduces a stutter in BF1 on both video cards. We found it incredibly noticeable during mission load, and multiplayer map load. For the first 15 seconds of loading a new map or multiplayer map there would be random noticeable stutter. Then there would be random stutter as you played, especially more noticeable in multiplayer maps. DX11 was butter smooth with no issues on either video card in multiplayer.
Therefore, the answer to our question right now is simple; run BF1 in DX11. There is no reason to run BF1 in DX12, unless you just like to punish yourself. Both the Radeon RX 480 and GeForce GTX 1060 will be better off in DX11 in multiple ways.
Maybe a patch will come in the future that helps DX12, or new drivers, we can only hope and be on the lookout for such things.
[Reactie gewijzigd door unfor op 20 november 2016 14:37]