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Multithreading ? now how about an FX 8350 test ? biggrin.gif

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I wonder if the fx 83xx can compete now with cpus from intel .

Pretty close it seems


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nvm
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If there's one game at all that comes to mind that I think NEEDS that treatment, it's AC:Unity.

I thought it ran perfectly for you?

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So does this:

This is very interesing. I thought Microsoft simpy followed Mantle's approach. It seems that AMD shared the framework with MS after all.
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I need to get another 6 months or so out of my 680 GTX 4 way setup, Wai u make dis so hardz, I want a titan, I want Dx12, DAMN YOU PC WORLD DAMN YOU
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Installed the latest API Overhead Feature test. Am running Windows Tech Preview 10 Build 10041. Tried to use it: didn't recognise DX12, just ran DX11? Any ideas as to this problem?
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I need to get another 6 months or so out of my 680 GTX 4 way setup, Wai u make dis so hardz, I want a titan, I want Dx12, DAMN YOU PC WORLD DAMN YOU

Why the hell would you want Titan in six months? 290x is already equal to Titan in Dx12 and by then we should have the 390x, which should murder any and all comers from nVidia until the latter jumps onto the HBM bandwagon.
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Why the hell would you want Titan in six months? 290x is already equal to Titan in Dx12 and by then we should have the 390x, which should murder any and all comers from nVidia until the latter jumps onto the HBM bandwagon.

I still don't get that..should't DX12 boost the performance of Titian X too? how come 290X = Titan X in that scenario?
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Installed the latest API Overhead Feature test. Am running Windows Tech Preview 10 Build 10041. Tried to use it: didn't recognise DX12, just ran DX11? Any ideas as to this problem?

Drivers?
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Why the hell would you want Titan in six months? 290x is already equal to Titan in Dx12 and by then we should have the 390x, which should murder any and all comers from nVidia until the latter jumps onto the HBM bandwagon.

You don't honestly believe that this benchmark means that the 290X will match the Titan X in actual games, do you? It's an API test, not a GPU test.
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I still don't get that..should't DX12 boost the performance of Titian X too? how come 290X = Titan X in that scenario?

People mistakenly believe this API test means something about overall performance, while conveniently ignoring things like a 750Ti murdering a 290X in the DX11 test.
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People mistakenly believe this API means something about overall performance, while conveniently ignoring things like a 750Ti murdering a 290X in the DX11 test.

so what does this API test represent anyway and why should we take it seriously?
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