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Unreal Engine 4 INFILTRATOR Tech Demo DX11 Vs DX12 GTX 980 TI Vs AMD Fury X FPS Comparison. Disappointing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llzhKw6-s5A

And i980ti is a reference card here....so, considering most Ti's can be OCed to at least 1400+ without even touching voltage control... oh well.. I'm still waiting patiently for my sapphire tri-x fury to arrive wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Semel View Post

Unreal Engine 4 INFILTRATOR Tech Demo DX11 Vs DX12 GTX 980 TI Vs AMD Fury X FPS Comparison. Disappointing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llzhKw6-s5A

And i980ti is a reference card here....so, considering most Ti's can be OCed to at least 1400+ without even touching voltage control... oh well.. I'm still waiting patiently for my sapphire tri-x fury to arrive wink.gif

I also ran the Elemental tech demo (with a Fury X) and noticed that the performance was not that great at all, perhaps even worse than with DirectX 11, which is also the case with the Infiltrator tech demo, so I would say that even though the programs support DirectX 12 as a rendering path, they are so badly optimzed for it that they are a very bad example of DirectX 12 benchmarks.
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Originally Posted by Semel View Post

Unreal Engine 4 INFILTRATOR Tech Demo DX11 Vs DX12 GTX 980 TI Vs AMD Fury X FPS Comparison. Disappointing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llzhKw6-s5A

And i980ti is a reference card here....so, considering most Ti's can be OCed to at least 1400+ without even touching voltage control... oh well.. I'm still waiting patiently for my sapphire tri-x fury to arrive wink.gif

Looking at that video there was literally no difference between the 980 ti's and Fury X's frames in intense scenes, any of the similar less complex scenes the 980 ti easily did 20% more. Probably because of it's ROP configuration rather than it's shear power. This is why the Fury X doesn't top out in simplistic scenes.

If this was indeed properly utilizing DX12 the ms would've been much lower, I don't see this benchmark getting much creditability.

Most people would often determine a video's cards absolute performance by it's average or highest FPS, but the best way to determine absolute performance is by the video cards lowest average fps. Or how well it does not lose frames in a suddenly complex scene. This way benchmarks tend to be completely bias to the videocard with the greater ROPs rather than the video card with the most power and performance.

Not saying the Fury is better, but from this benchmark it handles clearly better in intense scenes.
Edited by SpeedyVT - 9/21/15 at 3:46pm
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Yeah, i don't think a benchmark getting 20fps lower in DX12 should be taken seriously.
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yeah but that video is comparing the fury x and the 980 ti which is not even close to an apples to apples comparison. Remember the 980 is the nvidia equivalent to the fury x not the ti.
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yeah but that video is comparing the fury x and the 980 ti which is not even close to an apples to apples comparison. Remember the 980 is the nvidia equivalent to the fury x not the ti.
Lol what? The fury non x beats the 980 and the fury x beats it by quite a bit, fury x and 980ti are very very close especially at the higher resolutions.
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Lol what? The fury non x beats the 980 and the fury x beats it by quite a bit, fury x and 980ti are very very close especially at the higher resolutions.

This^

The Fury smashes the 980 let alone putting it up against the Fury X.

The Fury lines up against the 980 and the Fury X lines up against the 980Ti.
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The Fury X was initially for the GTX 980. The Titan X released in the Spring. Apparently the 980 Ti was suppose to release in June, but Nvidia released it earlier. I wonder what else was suppose to release in June [Fury X reveal at E3 and release on June 24th]. I guess AMD did all they could and decided to keep things moving regardless of the 980 Ti "surprise".
    
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That's interesting, i wasn't aware it was intended that way. Gives a whole new perspective to how well the AMD cards performed against Nvidia.

Given that the Fury X is well above the 980 it's intended competitior and only falls short of the the Ti, the unexpected competitor by around 5%.
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Hey guys and girls.

Since I got a cash flow going I was thinking about upgrading from my 280x to Fury (non X) CFX.

Do you think its a solid thing to do or just wait out for the new gen?

My 280x CFX is not bad for what I do but the upgrade itch is real biggrin.gif
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