I didn't think we'd see a game that would run at 8K 60FPS for a while yet... but here we are: F1 2018 has incredibly great SLI scaling and can drive 7680x4320 on Ultra settings (with HBAO+ and AA disabled) at a huge 47FPS minimum and 59FPS average as long as you have two super-expensive NVIDIA TITAN Xp graphics cards in SLI.
If you've got a new 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync panel and want to play F1 2018 tricked out, the TITAN Xp SLI configuration pumps out 96FPS average at 4K making it near perfect for the new super-fast refresh rate 4K displays from Acer and ASUS. Gaming at 2560x1440 results in a huge 148FPS average on TITAN Xp in SLI, so if you have a high-end 1440p 144Hz G-Sync panel you know what to buy if you want to max F1 2018 out.
F1 2018 looked absolutely gorgeous at 8K with details popping right out of the Dell UP3218K, the detail on the tires and the rain falling off of the car as it was driving at 300kmph were intense.
As I said on the previous page, NVIDIA's next-gen GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti will be released in the next two weeks and I will be running them through their paces at 8K. I'll be including SLI results from the GTX 10 series and TITAN Xp versus the new RTX 2080/2080 Ti in NVLink, and running them through their paces at 7680x4320. It should be an exciting time, especially with the new Turing architecture and GDDR6 (as well as NVLink) seemingly built for the next generation of resolutions.
8K 60FPS solid in every game could be possible with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti cards in NVLink, and that's something I'm excited to explore.
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