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Originally Posted by Noufel View Post

We know now why AMD has rebranded its 290/X gpus but what i don't understand is why the fiji gpus don't show the same gains in dx 12 like hawaii did, we are seeing this in fable legends and we have seen this in AOTS.

Maybe? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
the R9 290x and Fury X have similar number of ACEs
the R9 290x and the Fury X have the same number of polygon throughput
the R9 290x and the Fury X have the same number of ROPs
the r9 290x and Fury X have similar Tessellation performance
Fury X doesnt take too much advantage of the HBM BW

Edited by PontiacGTX - 9/24/15 at 8:20am
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If DX12 games benefit AMD cards so much but ROP bottleneck prevents Fiji from pulling ahead from Hawaii, AMD has shot itself in the foot.
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Where can we download this tool?

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390X is a little faster in 4K than GTX 980 in general, so nothing amazing here.
Fury X is usually on par with GTX 980Ti in 4K, but with DX12 GTX 980Ti is 10% faster in this game. Thats the second benchmark from DX12 (Fable plus Unreal) where Nvidia does better.

Not looking like AMD have an advantage with DX12 after all...
That UE4 benchmark is actually really bad in my opinion. The slapped DX12 on it is actually useless, as it is not using any DX12 features at all, just its ported to use the said API, which should actually be having impact on the CPU, not on the GPU.
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Where can we download this tool?

It was only offered by Microsoft to certain reviewers. Not possible for download yet.
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If DX12 games benefit AMD cards so much but ROP bottleneck prevents Fiji from pulling ahead from Hawaii, AMD has shot itself in the foot.

They were making a new memory controller, they weren't probably aware of such possible problem. Can't really predict it until tested.
Edited by ku4eto - 9/24/15 at 8:26am
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I'm really surprised and this killed me!

 

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For those referring to the Extremetech article, there is a huge information bit in there that many people have missed:

 

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For readers interested in seeing how other cards compare, we’ve taken the step of including AMD’s results from its own testing. Nvidia did not provide us with an equivalent data set. Note that while our benchmark figures are actually lower than AMD’s, the performance we see between the Fury X and the GTX 980 Ti mirrors their own

 

 

TL;DR: They tested the GTX 980Ti and Fury X only. All other AMD benchmark points were given by AMD, and not tested by Extremetech. And they did notice in their testing a huge variance between each run of the benchmark.

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For those referring to the Extremetech article, there is a huge information bit in there that many people have missed:



TL;DR: They tested the GTX 980Ti and Fury X only. All other AMD benchmark points were given by AMD, and not tested by Extremetech. And they did notice in their testing a huge variance between each run of the benchmark.

Just goes to show that Nvidia is not very confident with its current middle-end cards.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_Cops6ta7I

This is the benchmark. My opinion is that is more a showcase of the world. Not the performance from the actually game.
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Maybe? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
the R9 290x and Fury X have similar number of ACEs
the R9 290x and the Fury X have the same number of polygon throughput
the R9 290x and the Fury X have the same number of ROPs
the r9 290x and Fury X have similar Tessellation performance
Fury X doesnt take too much advantage of the HBM BW
So what's the point of having the Fury lineup biggrin.gif
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_Cops6ta7I

This is the benchmark. My opinion is that is more a showcase of the world. Not the performance from the actually game.

EDIT: Nvmd read it wrong
Edited by ImJJames - 9/24/15 at 8:37am
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