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Project Cars Benchmark on Shadow

Project Cars Benchmark on Shadow

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Project Cars is a motorsport racing simulator developed by Slightly Mad Studios and was released in 2015.

Project Cars is intended to be a realistic racing simulator, with 74 drivable cars and multiple paths for the player to choose. Start Kart racing, or drive GT3 cars at any time!

The game utilizes a "Career" style gameplay that allows you to attend multiple races, going through practice, qualifying, and then finally the actual race events.

Let us get to the benchmarks/gameplay.

Shadow Boost Benchmark/Gameplay

System Specifications

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

Gameplay benchmark (1080p)

The game is played on the Shadow Boost hardware. You can find out graphical settings by watching the beginning of each gameplay video, as we display the current settings before beginning the gameplay.

The game is recorded using OBS Studio on the Shadow recording with the NVIDIA NVENC encoder at 1080p/60 FPS. So the shown FPS may be a bit higher if you play the game without any recording software.

Below, you can find the Project Cars Gameplay playlist from our youtube channel.

Gameplay Video's (1080p)


Want to get Project Cars? Check out the below links!
Get Project Cars on Amazon
Get Project Cars at Green Man Gaming

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