Cyberpunk 2077 – 1080p with the MSI R9 390 & AMD FX-6300

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-Without recording, overall fps is a little higher but fps can still drop depending on the scene.

Cpu: FX-6300 4ghz OC
Ram: 16gb DDR3 1866mhz
Gpu: MSI R9 390 8gb OC
OS: Windows 10 Pro
Res: 1080p
Settings: Med.
*Recorded with Radeon Relive

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9 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 – 1080p with the MSI R9 390 & AMD FX-6300”

  1. I got a Radeon RX 580 AXRX 4GBD5-3DHDV2/OC , witch this CPU FX – 6300 (unclocked) and 8 GB Ram. The game runs like shit , not as nearly as good as i see here. There is constant freezing in open spaces for 0.5 – 1 sec . Is my video card the problem ? thanks in advance. And btw i run the game on low settings.

  2. With ryzen 2600 R390 runs 1080p with medium settings quite nicely. High textures. I have been trying out different settings, looks reasonably good and is stable with new drivers. R390 is real old warhorse. Would have probably upgraded to 6800 but they are not really available. I will wait until 6800 prices start making sense.

  3. Same config here, but using win7.
    Game runs really weird. Low or ultra, same 25-30 fps. CPU usage 60-70%, GPU usage looks normal(ish), around 40% on low, 80%+ on ultra. Vsync doesn't work, fps cap doesn't work, fullscreen support absent on anything but native resolution and msi afterburner can't measure fps (only AMD overlay).

    Long story short, CDPR claimed windows 7 support which doesn't exist.

  4. I think the R9 390 8 GB plays major role here as well, although old its still faster than most 400 or 500 series with 4GB.

    I'm running a FX-6300 (3.8ghz OC) with a RX 570 8GB OC and its avg around 31 FPS @ 2560×1080 with MED settings. Check out other vids with users running it on a FX 8350, that octa core cpu still hold its own, if you can find one second hand, cheaply, for your am3+ motherboard do it!


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