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Very nice gains if this 10% pans out .. can anyone do some ROTR 480 benches to see .. the is about the only dx12 title than the rx480 lagged the 1060 in .. maybe not much longer now.

Just saw the notes :

"Testing conducted by AMD Performance Labs as of July 22, 2016 on the Radeon™ RX 480 graphics card, on a test system comprising Intel i7 5960X CPU, 16GB DDR4-2666 Mhz system memory, Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.2 and Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 and Windows 10 x64 using the game Rise of the Tomb Raider™. PC manufacturers may vary configurations, yielding different results. At 1920x1080, Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.2 scored 78.73 and Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 scored 86.53 using the Radeon RX 480 graphics card, which is 10% faster performance. Tests are not average and may vary."

Seems its 1080p gains , they don't mention settings.

Interesting also that is specific increase related to the RX480 .. possibly getting the best out of its improved tessellation hardware vs prior gcn cards.
Edited by Orthello - 7/28/16 at 5:53pm
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You posted the notes for 16.7.2 wink.gif Here's the actual notes: http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-16-7-3-Release-Notes.aspx

Thanks. Copy and paste mistake.
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Originally Posted by Orthello View Post

Very nice gains if this 10% pans out .. can anyone do some ROTR 480 benches to see .. the is about the only dx12 title than the rx480 lagged the 1060 in .. maybe not much longer now.

Just saw the notes :

"Testing conducted by AMD Performance Labs as of July 22, 2016 on the Radeon™ RX 480 graphics card, on a test system comprising Intel i7 5960X CPU, 16GB DDR4-2666 Mhz system memory, Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.2 and Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 and Windows 10 x64 using the game Rise of the Tomb Raider™. PC manufacturers may vary configurations, yielding different results. At 1920x1080, Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.2 scored 78.73 and Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.3 scored 86.53 using the Radeon RX 480 graphics card, which is 10% faster performance. Tests are not average and may vary."

Seems its 1080p gains , they don't mention settings.

Interesting also that is specific increase related to the RX480 .. possibly getting the best out of its improved tessellation hardware vs prior gcn cards.

10% would be nice to see. But I'm more interested on what they are going to do with this company now that they bought it. Using dynamically variable resolution to stabilize frame rate. If I correctly understand what this tech does.

http://www.hialgo.com/
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10% would be nice to see. But I'm more interested on what they are going to do with this company now that they bought it. Using dynamically variable resolution to stabilize frame rate. If I correctly understand what this tech does.

http://www.hialgo.com/

Yeah , that's an interesting acquisition hialgo that, i think it would be a great way if they can implement this at a driver level to push for that next res up and only have lower fidelity at the stress points.

I'm not sure they can get something going like this at a driver level however , particularly in dx12 as its much more low level than dx11. I think more likely we see it in Gaming evolved titles etc.

Another problem is at present if i read it right it only supports dx9 .. and a lot of those titles would run quite well these days on relatively cheap hardware.

AMDs software direction of late has been quite encouraging, i would like to see a real focus on multi-gpu from them too.
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Well, I have a Sapphire Nitro Fury OC on it's way. ($349 / Will receive it on August 2nd.) I decided to buy that and sell off my EVGA 980 Ti since I have always been happier with how AMD graphics look and perform. Also, I am using the XFX R9 380 DD 4GB card from my work computer at home until I receive the Fury. I personally think the desktop looks sharper, brighter and more colorful then when I was using the 980 Ti, as good a card is that is.

I noticed the difference the other way when I went from a 290x to the 980 Ti as well. Others may or may not notice the difference but I most certainly did. wink.gif I did some case swapping today so I could fit the new card in my home computer. (From a Define r3 to a Corsair r300.) It is was a much better idea than buying a new case and spending money I did not need to spend.
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Well, I have a Sapphire Nitro Fury OC on it's way. ($349 / Will receive it on August 2nd.) I decided to buy that and sell off my EVGA 980 Ti since I have always been happier with how AMD graphics look and perform. Also, I am using the XFX R9 380 DD 4GB card from my work computer at home until I receive the Fury. I personally think the desktop looks sharper, brighter and more colorful then when I was using the 980 Ti, as good a card is that is.

I noticed the difference the other way when I went from a 290x to the 980 Ti as well. Others may or may not notice the difference but I most certainly did. wink.gif I did some case swapping today so I could fit the new card in my home computer. (From a Define r3 to a Corsair r300.) It is was a much better idea than buying a new case and spending money I did not need to spend.

I've noticed a distinct quality advantage in visuals in the witcher 3 on AMD vs NV ... it might just be my eyes but it looks quite a bit nicer IMHO than NVs rendering.

I was rather jealous after seeing how the Fury X looked playing the game and how it looked vs my TX .. I had way more FPS in sli .. still i like my eye candy.

Might have been monitor settings , who knows . I need to test it on same monitor and see both to be sure, it was the same model of monitor. Its probably a subjective thing.
post #9297 of 11505
So, this came in today. Installed it with a dedicated 240 rad for now. Wondering if I should bother with custom BIOS or just push clocks up and leave voltage alone?

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So, this came in today. Installed it with a dedicated 240 rad for now. Wondering if I should bother with custom BIOS or just push clocks up and leave voltage alone?


I think its worth pushing without custom bios to see how far stock bios goes, definately push voltage though - the cooling is there.

If you don't hit 1400 + then i'd go custom bios to push further .. if you got to 1450 that would be quite something.
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So, this came in today. Installed it with a dedicated 240 rad for now. Wondering if I should bother with custom BIOS or just push clocks up and leave voltage alone?


I think its worth pushing without custom bios to see how far stock bios goes, definately push voltage though - the cooling is there.

If you don't hit 1400 + then i'd go custom bios to push further .. if you got to 1450 that would be quite something.

1400 is a thing with the Nano?
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1400 is a thing with the Nano?

oops my bad , didnt look hard enough .. thought it was RX480. Power connector should have given it away .. redface.gif
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