UrieldagdaI think it depends on your CPU.. I'm using a Ryzen 3900X, and while I don't have my 3080 yet, the 2070 Super I am using, with all the settings maxed and ray tracing at max setting, I get over 85fps in a lot of areas outside of the cities and mid 50s-60s in cities and newer areas at 1080p with resolution scale maxed out at 200%. Unless there is some limitation in the WoW engine, I'd be willing to bet the lows on the 3080 will probably be close to 100fps at the same settings, if not more. But to be honest, it doesn't really look much different. I'm disappointed they don't use RT for reflections. The shadows are just way too subtle, so you may find yourself just turning it back off.
PhenixChaosActual RT for WoW is useless... it is only for Shadow, it is not perfect and it decreases sooo much the FPS...We can bypass RT for the moment and Wait that Blizzard enhances it really :)
VipiliciousPhenixChaosActual RT for WoW is useless... it is only for Shadow, it is not perfect and it decreases sooo much the FPS...We can bypass RT for the moment and Wait that Blizzard enhances it really :)signed! Tested yesterday in the beta (new maps). Significant fps drop with rt high.
ReZpawNCan someone who plays wow at 4k and has a 3080 test ray tracing performance? It needs windows 2004 update and i haven't updated since my internet is really slow until i move next month so i cant really download the windows updates, i play with every single setting maxed out and at 1000% resolution scale, if you don't have a 4k monitor then at 1080p you can set resolution scale to 200% for it to render it at 4k
kidcrumbThe Ray Tracing option is greyed out for me and my RTX3080 so Idk.