The Witcher 3 in 8K 60FPS? Woah, let’s slow down here…
Didn’t 4K just become a thing? And why is this guy overachieving by skipping 6k and heading straight for the 8? Because money that’s why – youtuber user Thirty IR has such an evil machine that it took two PC’s just to record the footage:
- GPUs: 4x GTX TITAN Xp (2017) 4 WAY SLI @ 2038Mhz / 13358Mhz
- MoBo: Asus Rampage V Extreme (X99)
- CPU: i7 6950X @ 4.30GHz
- RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3200Mhz (64GB)
- GPUs: 4x GTX 1080 Ti 4 WAY SLI @ 2025Mhz / 12110Mhz
- MoBo: ASRock Extreme11 (X79)
- CPU: i7 3970X @ 4.80GHz
- RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 2133Mhz (32GB)
And what better game to choose than The Witcher 3, what with its random moments of glory when you can be strolling through a forest hunting down some pesky drowners and look up in awe to see the sun stream down the branches in brilliant mixtures of warm hues. Some would say there is no other way than to experience a title like the Witcher 3 in 4K 60FPS, Thirty IR would ask that person to be crucified for blasphemy.
Check it out below if your peasant machine allows you to:
The Witcher 3 is out now on PS4, Xbox One or PC masterrace.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action role-playing game set in an open world environment described as being thirty times larger than the previous Witcher games, necessitating players sail by boat to some locations and ride on horseback to others. Fast travelling to already-visited locations, however, is also possible. The open world in The Witcher 3 was described before release to be “20% bigger than Skyrim“.Many actions the player performs affect the world, with many of the quests having a number of options on how to complete them, and differing outcomes. CD Projekt RED anticipated approximately 100 hours for the completion of the game, with half of them belonging to side quests, and the other half belonging to the main story.