ELEX – Ultra vs. Medium vs. Low Graphics Comparison | PC | 1080p FHD
The latest action adventure RPG ELEX shows off a great open world on PC, and PixelPerfect puts the game to the test with comparisons on the Low, Medium and Ultra presets at 1080p.
ELEX is a new open world RPG created by the team behind the popular Gothic series. In this latest look from PixelPerfect we get a comparison between the Ultra, Medium and Lowe presets at 1080p. Just how is the open world looking between each one? Differences appear to be minor, though there is quite a jump between Low and Ultra as water quality, lighting, shadows and scene detail get a bump in visuals. If you're thinking about giving the game a shot, take a look at the video to see how the game looks using the 3 presets at 1080p.
Note: Due to YouTube compression the video may not appear as crisp as it would be for you. This is due to the way YouTube handles video uploads.
Hardware used for the Graphics Comparison
Specs of the Recording PC (components available at Overclockers UK/Caseking):
Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz
16 GB RAM (DDR4)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder's Edition
GeForce Game Ready Driver 387.92
Mainboard ASRock Z270 Pro4
Windows 10 Home (64 Bit)
Credits (background music):
psAux – Fascinated [Wertstahl Mix]
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