IQ Comparisons

The Medium IQ Comparisons

Next, we will perform some relevant dual comparisons between graphics game presets that will allow us to identify the recommended and most balanced presets in terms of performance/IQ when moving from a lower to higher quality preset.

Quality Presets — High, Medium, and Low

Here is the Low-Quality preset (low) compared with the Medium-Quality preset (medium).

Look at the Low-Quality preset (low) compared with Medium-Quality preset (medium) from a different location.

The change from ‘Low-Quality’ (low) to ‘Medium-Quality’ (medium) is probably the most noticeable improvement among the presets in terms of IQ.

Now, let’s see the Medium-Quality preset (medium) compared with the High-Quality preset (high).

Here is the Medium-Quality preset (medium) compared with the High-Quality preset (high) from a different room.

This is the case where the difference in image quality between the presets is the least noticeable. There is not much difference between the two presets in IQ.

We recommend using the Medium-Quality preset if you want to boost your average FPS while preserving good image quality.

Ray Tracing Presets — Ultra, and On

Here are some relevant dual comparisons between ray tracing presets combined with the high-quality preset that will allow us to identify the recommended and most balanced RT preset in terms of performance/IQ when moving from RT-on to RT-ultra preset.

Look at some dual comparisons between RT presets with the high-quality preset from a different room.

Here are other dual comparisons between RT presets with the high-quality preset from another location.

For users with DXR-capable GPUs, we recommend using the RT-on preset if you want the best balance between performance and image quality.

DLSS Options — Quality, Balanced, and Performance

DirectX 12 and DLSS

Finally, look at some dual comparisons between DLSS options using DX12 and high-quality settings.

‘DLSS Balanced’ is our recommended DLSS option in terms of performance and image quality for RTX users, at least from a 1440p native resolution.

Let’s head to our conclusion.

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