Warframe Benchmark on Shadow

Warframe Benchmark on Shadow

Warframe is a free-to-play third-person shooter online game developed by Digital Extremes and released in 2013.

You have the ability to play as a "Tenno" in which you enter instanced style maps and complete the assigned objective. You can Co-Op these instances with others.

Grind materials, level up, build new items, and blow things up!

Here are benchmarks for Warframe on a Shadow PC.

Shadow Boost Benchmark

System Specifications

  • CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2678 v3 2.5GHz (3.4GHz Boost)
  • GPU: NVIDIA Quadro P5000
  • RAM: 12GB

Gameplay benchmark results (1080p)

At 1080p, the Shadow Legacy hardware runs Warframe with flying colors. No issues at all, and a steady 60 frames-per-second while playing the game.

Using NZXT Cam, over a 30-minute gameplay session, the average FPS comes out to 59. This is because of the drop to 30 FPS in loading screens, which I believe is a hard cap implemented in the game.

Gameplay Video (1080p)

This is a direct recording of Warframe gameplay. No commentary. FPS can be located on the top left of the screen. Recorded using OBS with NVENC encoding.

Gameplay Benchmark Results (1440p)

Much like 1080p, at 1440p, Warframe ran perfectly fine. Steady 60 frames-per-second, with 30 frames-per-second during loading screens.

NZXT Cam shows a 59 frames-per-second average, the same as the 1080p results.

Gameplay Video (1440p)

This is a direct recording of Warframe gameplay. No commentary. FPS can be located on the top left of the screen. Recorded using OBS with NVENC encoding.


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