Battlefield V isn’t that new anymore (it was released back in 2018) and its successor is on its way as well, but the fifth installment of the series is still a good game that looks just fine. The visual representation is okay even for 2021 and the game supports some eye-candy features like ray-tracing.
Battlefield V comes with a single-player campaign but the main event here is the multiplayer mode where up to 64 players can play on a single map. The title isn’t the lightest out there but in most cases, a mid-range GPU will do the job if you aren’t too pretentious. For the ones who want a lot of FPS alongside Ultra visual quality, we have prepared two high-end mobile GPUs for testing – the GeForce RTX 3080 (130W) and RTX 3080 (85W).
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GeForce RTX 3080 variants
|GeForce RTX 3080 [130W]||GeForce RTX 3080 [85W]|
|Base Clock (MHz)||up to 1185 (+52%)||780|
|Boost clock (MHz)||up to 1605 (+29%)||1245|
|Memory clock (MHz)||1750 (+17%)||1500|
|Memory size (MB)||8192||8192|
|Memory bus width (bit)||256||256|
|TGP (Total Graphics Power)||130W||130W|
Gaming tests and gameplay videos (ext. monitor)
It’s a flawless victory for the bigger GPU. It comes with a hefty TGP and that’s its main advantage against the 85W sibling. The 130W GPU is 46% faster on average which is a serious lead. Still, the smaller GPU can show more than 100 FPS on Ultra which is okay for most gamers (probably).
All laptops equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 [130W]
All laptops equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 [85W]