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A Valve backed sequel to the very popular Warcraft 3 mod, Defense of the Ancients.
Confusingly, the official remake of the mod was called Heroes of Newerth and released earlier this year after a long Beta period. Heroes of Newerth and defense of the Ancients suffer from the incredibly steep learning curve and noob slamming. Our reviewer Squee reviewed Heroes of Newerth earlier this year and had a tough time as he was new to the game.
Valve are getting into the project to try and level the playing field with their player matching server skills.
Low vs Ultra DOTA 2 Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a Titan RTX get @ 1080p?

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DOTA 2

Titan RTX

Low Vs Ultra Titan RTX Performance Review

Getting the DOTA 2 running while using a Titan RTX can see it could return a consistently high 200+ frame rate. Which is at High settings on 1080p performance.

And so following those results you could of course play this at 1080p, but this GPU is somewhat wasted at that resolution. We would suggest running DOTA 2 at 4K Ultra instead, where the Titan RTX would still get 200+ FPS at these performance hungry settings and resolution. When considering the GPUs release price, this comes in at $3.82 per Ultra 4K FPS or $2.27 at 1440p Ultra.

This is a powerful graphics card for DOTA 2 and we can certainly recommend it to deliver 4K screen res at ultra settings. Get a system with at least 4GB of RAM though.

In summary, the Titan RTX is clearly an overpowered bit of hardware for DOTA 2, but it certainly gives you the choice of desired in game visuals. With 1080p Ultra coming in at 200+ FPS, then you have 1440p Ultra with 200+ frames per second and on up to 4K resolution Ultra will see 200+ FPS.

Titan RTX Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for DOTA 2

Graphics Card price at launch: