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Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition Graphics Card Review

Dirt Rally is developed by British video game developer Codemasters using the in house Ego engine. Development began with a small team of individuals following the release of their 2012 video game Dirt: Showdown. Codemasters have emphasised a desire to create a simulation with Dirt Rally. They started by prototyping a handling model and creating tracks based on map data. The game employs a different physics model from previous titles, rebuilt from the ground up.

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We test at Ultra HD 4k with 8x MSAA and the ultra image quality setting enabled.

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At Ultra HD 4k, the AMD R9 295X2 is clearly the performance leader, averaging 90 frames per second. It is the only card on test that can hold a constant 60 frame rate rate at these settings at 4k. For some reason the GTX 1080 dropped down the list a little at Ultra HD 4k with 8x MSAA enabled, which we can only assume is due to some misoptimisation within the driver/game. We tested this with both 368.13 and 368.16 drivers.

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