I've said this before, LokiD, you have a GTX 1080 and a single screen, therefore you do NOT fall into the class of people who will have fps troubles. The people with fps troubles have at least one of the following conditions: triple screens (myself!), VR, 4k, or an older video card (nVidia 600 or 700 series). Just for your benefit, I ran a couple single screen tests (windowed 1920x1080). Medium DX11 effects, Level 5 AA, no sync (nVidia control panel = Fast sync). High shadows. Field consisted of 2 each of the GT3 pack plus myself in a McLaren, total = 11 cars. Rolling start at Silverstone International under AI control, measured fps once the cars started moving. The lowest fps recorded was 81 and peak fps was 138 after 2 laps. Most of the time, fps were in the 90s and often above 100... on the pace lap! Now you have a wide screen display, 33% more pixels than my test, so you'd might see about 10% lower fps than I measured. *** Edit: tested with 6 of each of the GT3 pack, 31 cars total. Minimum fps was 70.