Shadow of Mordor’s Spectacular Benchmark Clocks 73 FPS on a GTX 970 at Maximum Settings

on September 29, 2014 6:34 PM

A lot has been said about Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor‘s requirements on PC, but today we can check out its performance on a rig sporting a rather high end GTX 970 with 4 gigabytes of video RAM.

YouTube user teoKrazia ran the in-game benchmark at maximum settings, and clocked an average of 73 frames per seconds, a maximum of almost 378 and the occasional dip down to 42.

The full hardware profile of the PC used is as follows:

Intel i5 2500K@4.4, GeForce GTX 970 Twin FROZR V with FoceWare 344.11 WHQL drivers, 8 GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHz.

Incidentally, the benchmark also looks absolutely lovely. You can check the video out below.

[Thanks for the tip: AisleBorn]

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