Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 470 4GB OC 11256-01-20G Review

Gameplay and Performance

A benchmark is no way to gauge gameplay, though I know it does help tons, the higher the FPS the better the experience.  So I am going to show you how this card runs on a few games.

Grand Theft Auto V

Tom Clancy’s The Division


Battlefield One

One thing to mention before I show you these videos, when doing screen capturing I have found with BandiCam, you will lose about 20FPS which of course is pretty high but something to note when watching.

Grand Theft Auto V at High.  During the video I do change some settings to show you how performance is affected.

So we did hit the 60’s sometimes in the upper 50’s as well.  With MSAA, you noticed that the FPS dropped as low as the 40’s.  Let’s move onto Tom Clancy The Division.

Frame rate here was somewhere in the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, though again without screen capture (since there is no external screen capture device, the card takes the hit) it will be in the 60’s.  Let’s check out DOOM.

This was my first time playing DOOM, at least this new version.  Here we saying the FPS from the 50’s all the way up to the 70’s.  This was at Medium and a little at High and the FPS was the same, 50’s to 60’s.  Screen capturing eats up performance.  Let’s check out Battlefield One.

This was playing at High, in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s on DX12.

OK, not that we have seen the game play at stock, let’s do some overclocking and see what the benchmarks look like.

Share Feedback We Want to Hear From You