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W3 video quality levels

Discussion in 'The Witcher 3' started by Ronus, May 19, 2015.

  1. Ronus

    Ronus Member JFF Member

    Here is a video comparing PC Low quality to Ultra:


    It doesn't look like there is a HUGE difference between High and Ultra. Low looks looks good in it's own right, imo, although not near as good as High/Ultra of course. You can see big differences in texture and water qualities between Low/Ultra. But some of the other tweaks have a smaller difference.

    Of course if you have 2 monitors side by side, one with twin 980's running 4K Ultra and one with Low settings I'm sure the difference would be mind blowing :D I have 2 computers, my "son's" with the 960 running pretty much High and the other with a 650Ti running a "tweaked" Low and while you can see a quality difference the Low looks very nice. Both are running between 30-40 fps for the most part.

    Here is a PC Ultra and PS4 comparison: (didn't want to embed 2 videos)
  2. Alicia

    Alicia Well-Known Member JFF Member JFF Supporter

    Thanks for that Ronus. I ran both High and Ultra last night and didn't notice anything too substantial between the two myself, so I'm keeping it at High until my PC starts to yell at me for overworking it lol Also, if you don't mind I'm going to post this here, Does your PC have what it takes to run Witcher 3?
  3. Ronus

    Ronus Member JFF Member

    I am running it with a 650Ti on low settings 1600x900 at 30 fps for the most part. Dips to upper 20's and goes to upper 30's as well. FRAPS didn't screenshot the FPS which was at 33 in this pic.

    Heck, even bumping it up to 1080 was a negligible hit in FPS, only around 4-5 or so and still very playable with no hitching or freezing at all.

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  4. Dsan

    Dsan Active Member JFF Member JFF Supporter

    I'll have to post my experience once I'm in. My eyes tend to be sensitive to small differences in details, fps in particular. BF4 also looked quite good low/medium settings so I expect it may be a similar thing.

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