In some news that is interesting, DSOGaming picked up that the new Resident Evil 2 Remake with its anti-tamper tech Denuvo disabled is a much smoother experience on the PC.
In a new video by NeonGaming on YouTube packing an AMD FX-8350 processor at 4GHz, 16GB of RAM and a Radeon RX 570 with a blend of medium and high graphics settings in the new, and very successful Resident Evil 2 Remake with both Denuvo enabled and disabled. When Denuvo is disabled, you can clearly see it goes from around 45-50FPS to close to 60FPS average.
Resident Evil 2 Remake with Denuvo removed isn't just good for in-game performance but it loads much quicker, too.
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