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When tess is implemented correctly and not biased toward certain hardware.
NV and ATI are on equal grounds.
This. +1.

Nvidia's loyalists are trying desperately to dismiss my scores. The usual tactics.

I said no AMD users were posting in the battle royale thread because Nvidia are allowed to cheat, by paying developpers to put over-the-top, not needed, not adding anything to the picture quality, tessellation... but AMD are not allowed to cancel Nvidia's cheating... Not fair.

It's only ''fair'' to the green team.

Look at Crysis 2. 3/4 of the tessalation is not needed, and Nvidia was caught paying Crytek to use this over-the-top tessalation to slow down AMD cards. It,s well known over the internet. Tessellation everywhere for one single reason: slow down AMD cards... to sell more Nvidia cards.

Nvidia are cheating with this. But AMD users can't do anything about it? Yes they can. AMD is just compensating Nvidia's cheating with a slider. I applaud AMD to let us remove that stupid, useless amount of tessellation, and let us play our games like we want to. Not the way Nvidia's want to. They are not stupid. They understand pretty well those new Nvidia's new tactics. So they let us cancel this ''incorrectly implemented and biased toward Nvidia's'' and useless tessellation.

Fair enough IMHO. So my score should be accepted, and EVERY AMDs users scores, not just mine, since we accept Nvidia's cheating in every benchmarks with over-the-top tesselation that developpers are PAID to put in there.

So if we use the slider or not, all scores should be accepted. We are letting Nvidia cheat. So let AMD users get a fair score, not put down by unfair, not needed, useless levels of tessellation.

6970 is faster then the 570, and on par with the 580. Remove Nvidia's cheating (by paying developpers to use insane useless tessellation), and they are on par. And I proved it quite well.

And is there a single Nvidia user that really think they have a better picture quality then AMD users when they play a game with this useless tessellation? LOL if you think it is making a difference!

It's not making any difference! Gaming with AMD or Nvidia cards gives you the SAME picture quality. No difference. It's only making a difference in benchmarks, were Nvidia wins because of a cheat. That's all. That's why AMDs sold millions of 6xxx serie card. Because tessellation doesn't matter today, and for still a couple of years.

No difference in real-life gaming. All those fancy Youtube videos from Nvidia about tessellation won't change that fact. Wer get the same picture quality when we play.

But Nvidia dominates benchmarks when they pay developpers to dominate. That's all.
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Nvidia was caught paying Crytek to use this over-the-top tessalation to slow down AMD cards. It,s well known over the internet. Tessellation everywhere for one single reason: slow down AMD cards... to sell more Nvidia cards.

But AMD users can't do anything about it? Yes they can. AMD is just compensating Nvidia's cheating with a slider.

They are not stupid. So they let us cancel this ''incorrectly implemented and biased toward Nvidia's'' and useless tessellation.

Fair enough IMHO. So my score should be accepted, and EVERY AMDs users scores, not just mine, since we accept Nvidia's cheating in every benchmarks with over-the-top tesselation that developpers are PAID to put in there.

So if we use the slider or not, all scores should be accepted. We are letting Nvidia cheat. So let AMD users get a fair score, not put down by unfair, not needed, useless levels of tessellation.

Remove Nvidia's cheating (by paying developpers to use insane useless tessellation), and they are on par. And I proved it quite well.

And is there a single Nvidia user that really think they have a better picture quality then AMD users when they play a game with this useless tessellaion? LOL if you think it is making a difference!

But Nvidia dominates benchmarks where they paid develoopers to dominate.
I'm laughing as I type.

You prove by posting you don't have a clue about graphics software. Tesselation is NOT an Nvidia proprietary implement like Physx. Tesselation is used to produce better graphics by many developers as a means to produce better imaging during programming.

Why wouldn't anyone want better looking graphics? Personally I like the best graphics I can get. It's up to both AMD and Nvidia to be able to adjust to this and make their cards work. If they don't then it's no one elses fault but their own.

So if developers create the next best thing in rendering graphics and either camp can't change with the times and improve their cards the other can yell, 'unfair, cheating, paid off' as an excuse?

You also clearly admitted turnig down the tess slider to produce your scores. I could see why Physx would be turned off and understand but not tess.

     
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Everything is well explained here:

http://techreport.com/articles.x/21404

And the conclusion:

''There is another possible explanation. Let's connect the dots on that one. As you may know, the two major GPU vendors tend to identify the most promising upcoming PC games and partner up with the publishers and developers of those games in various ways, including offering engineering support and striking co-marketing agreements. As a very high-profile title, Crysis 2 has gotten lots of support from Nvidia in various forms. In and of itself, such support is generally a good thing for PC gaming. In fact, we doubt the DX11 patch for this game would even exist without Nvidia's urging. We know for a fact that folks at Nvidia were disappointed about how the initial Crysis 2 release played out, just as many PC gamers were. The trouble comes when, as sometimes happens, the game developer and GPU maker conspire to add a little special sauce to a game in a way that doesn't benefit the larger PC gaming community. There is precedent for this sort of thing in the DX11 era. Both the Unigine Heaven demo and Tom Clancy's HAWX 2 cranked up the polygon counts in questionable ways that seemed to inflate the geometry processing load without providing a proportionate increase in visual quality.

Unnecessary geometric detail slows down all GPUs, of course, but it just so happens to have a much larger effect on DX11-capable AMD Radeons than it does on DX11-capable Nvidia GeForces. The Fermi architecture underlying all DX11-class GeForce GPUs dedicates more attention (and transistors) to achieving high geometry processing throughput than the competing Radeon GPU architectures. We've seen the effect quite clearly in synthetic tessellation benchmarks. Few games have shown a similar effect, simply because they don't push enough polygons to strain the Radeons' geometry processing rates. However, with all of its geometric detail, the DX11 upgraded version of Crysis 2 now manages to push that envelope. The guys at Hardware.fr found that enabling tessellation dropped the frame rates on recent Radeons by 31-38%. The competing GeForces only suffered slowdowns of 17-21%.

Radeon owners do have some recourse, thanks to the slider in newer Catalyst drivers that allows the user to cap the tessellation factor used by games. Damien advises users to choose a limit of 16 or 32, well below the peak of 64.


As a publication that reviews GPUs, we have some recourse, as well. One of our options is to cap the tessellation factor on Radeon cards in future testing. Another is simply to skip Crysis 2 and focus on testing other games. Yet another is to exclude Crysis 2 results from our overall calculation of performance for our value scatter plots, as we've done with HAWX 2 in the past. We haven't decided exactly what we'll do going forward, and we may take things on a case-by-case basis. Whatever we choose, though, we'll be sure to point folks to this little article as we present our results, so they can understand why Crysis 2 may not be the most reliable indicator of comparative GPU performance
''


It's exactly what I was saying all along. Cap the tesselation to cancel Nvidia's cheating with useless levels of tessellation not adding anything to the picture quality: ''inflate the geometry processing load without providing a proportionate increase in visual quality''.

It's just helping Nvidia to win benchmarks (by cheating), to sell more cards.

Call me stupid, call my nood or troll, I don't care. The guys at TechPowerUp are saying exactly what I'm saying. So call them stupid, troll or what you want also.

So if I'm stupid, TechPowerup were also stupid to write that. No?

''As a publication that reviews GPUs, we have some recourse, as well. One of our options is to cap the tessellation factor on Radeon cards in future testing. ''

Fair enough. SO. ALL my results should be accepted, just like those of every other AMD users.
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Tesselation stuff
I can vouch for HAWX 2 murdering AMD hardware, with terrain tesselation on its completely unplayable (at least on a single 6990 or 6970CF) despite being well over 150fps.
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''As a publication that reviews GPUs, we have some recourse, as well. One of our options is to cap the tessellation factor on Radeon cards in future testing. ''

Fair enough. SO... ALL my results should be accepted, just like those of every other AMD users.

Or else, we are letting only Nvidia 's users cheat... Why can't it be fair to AMD's users also? Let us cancel the cheating Nvidia is doing.

TechPowerup guys are totally saying the same thing i'm saying.
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So its fair for Nvidia cards to have to process all the tessellation but the AMD cards don't have to process any? I guess that is what you would consider fair. Anyways, I'll just be happy with my 90+FPS in every game I play with all of the mind-blowing effects I can turn on...
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So its fair for Nvidia cards to have to process all the tessellation but the AMD cards don't have to process any? I guess that is what you would consider fair. Anyways, I'll just be happy with my 90+FPS in every game I play with all of the mind-blowing effects I can turn on...
I thought about pointing this out, but in the end he only cares that his particular setup is faster. I don't think he gives a crap about anyone else with AMD cards (he usually calls them Nvidia loyalists anyways when they say something he doesn't like).
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I like one of the comments:

''There's no point being objective here. No one will hear you.''

That's exactly what's happening to me here.
    
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I thought about pointing this out, but in the end he only cares that his particular setup is faster. I don't think he gives a crap about anyone else with AMD cards (he usually calls them Nvidia loyalists anyways when they say something he doesn't like).
Ok. Why don't you go argue with TechPowerUp guys and article instead of pointing me out?
Did you at least READ the well writen article? No. You were in a hurry to say something bad about me, like I'm ''the bad guy''. Or making me look like the bad guy in all this. The usual internet tactics.

Why pointing a finger at me? Go tell that to the TechPowerUp writers and reviewers, since they say the exact same thing I'm saying.

It's so much easier to dismiss my scores and everything I say, no?

I think we should do a real debate about this, about the way Nvidia is cheating. Instead of trying to put me down and pointing fingers at me.

But I know it won't happens. Sadly.
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Hey Levesque, I deleted your scores from my post in previous pages. I didn't ask you if I could qoute you from the other thread and post them here anyway. For that I apologize. It's up to you to post them in this thread if you like. Have a great day.

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