In this post, you'll learn which graphics card runs Remnant 2 in FullHD, QHD and 4k at 60 FPS and which graphics preset each graphics card is suitable for.

The release of Remnant II was yesterday and the player count on Steam is very impressive, so some users are wondering if their computer is suitable for Remnant II. In this post you will therefore find a list of current graphics cards with which you can play Remnant II. The hardware information is a combination of system requirements and user reviews.

The manufacturer's minimum system requirements are an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 (4GB) or an AMD Radeon RX 590 (8GB). You can see directly that the minimum requirement for the graphics card also covers models with less than 4GB of VRAM, which makes gaming possible for many owners of older graphics cards.

The manufacturer's recommended system requirements are the GeForce RTX 2060 / AMD Radeon RX 5700, the RTX 2060 has 6GB VRAM, the RX 5700 8GB, the VRAM consumption therefore does not seem to be exceptionally high. Since the average Steam user usually only has graphics cards with 8 GB of VRAM, this should be a good guideline for playing in Full HD with medium details.

If you want to play Remnant II with a higher resolution or higher details, 8GB VRAM is usually no longer sufficient.

Graphics card Full HD (1920x1080)

The entry into the Full-HD area therefore begins with the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT, but since the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT only has 4GB VRAM, it should only be considered in an absolute emergency. A graphics card with 8GB VRAM is sufficient for Full HD with low and medium details.

lowest details

GFXBench Reference RX 6500 XT (60fps)

Medium details

GFXBench Reference RTX 3060 (95fps)

High - ultra details

GFXBench Reference RTX 3060 Ti (128fps)

Graphics card QHD (2560x1440)

Even in QHD, 8GB of VRAM can still be sufficient, but you then have to adjust the graphics settings and reduce VRAM-eating features in order to have a smooth gaming experience.

Medium details

GFXBench Reference RTX 3060 Ti (128fps)

High - ultra details

GFXBench Reference RTX 3080 (210fps)

Graphics cards 4K (3840x2160)

If you want to play in 4K with low / medium details, you should have at least 12GB of VRAM, so we recommend taking a look at the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti or RTX 4080. The Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti offers good value for money with sufficient performance .

If you want to set all controls to the maximum, you cannot avoid a graphics card with 16GB VRAM. The new models such as the Nvidia RTX 4080 or Nvidia RTX 4090 and from AMD the RX 7900 XT or AMD the RX 7900 XTX are recommended. But even with these models, you will not consistently achieve 60 frames per second in 4K.

Low details

GFXBench Reference RTX 3080 (210fps)

Medium - High details

GFXBench Reference RTX 4080 (330fps)

Compare graphics cards

If your graphics card is not listed in this post, you can compare your graphics card to the graphics cards in this post on the GFXBench website. The benchmark 4K Aztec Ruings High Tier Offscreen is best suited for comparison. Windows - DirectX should be selected as the operating system.

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