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During HD 7950 and HD 7970 days overclock matters, I still remember fanboys recommending 7950/ 7970 because those cards beat out GTX 670/ 680 at max OC. back in the day even a fetus can overclock. Now suddenly with the Fury X nobody overclocks, and overclocking doesn't matter anymore.
you're right.... lets just get this over with and close down ocn rolleyes.gif

Also on the point of 79x0s and overclocking.... well pretty hard to beat up on a card that is literally clocked 250mhz, 30% lower, then it should be from the factory. Tahiti overclocked like a beast.... and so do 980tis tongue.gif . Its hard to really compare though with their boost 2.0 clocking even reference cards up 1200mhz sometimes
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During HD 7950 and HD 7970 days overclock matters, I still remember fanboys recommending 7950/ 7970 because those cards beat out GTX 670/ 680 at max OC. back in the day even a fetus can overclock. Now suddenly with the Fury X nobody overclocks, and overclocking doesn't matter anymore.
Just because you OC, doesn't mean all OC. During the 7950 era, i was still sitting with my 7300GT.
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post #43 of 147
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That's not what I'm saying. The picture he linked is from september 2014 and the quote I linked is from March 2014, so it's likely because of the fact that Nvidia was earlier with a DX12 driver that the demo would be running off Nvidia hardware. Has nothing to do with sponsoring or not, as far as his "proof" goes.

 

What kind of DX12 driver did Nvidia have when they didn't pay attention to Async compute?

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Just because you OC, doesn't mean all OC. During the 7950 era, i was still sitting with my 7300GT.

True, but a lot of people do. And those of us that do would like to see some overclocking results as well. thumb.gif
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post #45 of 147
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Am i the only one that saw this? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Either the 980ti makes all 3 look like a joke, or this game is cpu dependent vs gpu.

Problem with review sites. How hard would it of been to toss in a Fury/Nano into that system and give a equal comparison on a i7. rolleyes.gif

hahaha, people here didnt post the whole story to hide the truth or didnt even understand it. Wccftech didnt even include it in their graph. Sneaky, very sneaky.

Titan X + i5 6600K
30PS in 4K
76FPS in 1080p

GTX 980Ti + i7 3770
35FPS in 4K
83FPS in 1080p

There should ring a bell when 980Ti is 20% faster in 4K and 10% faster in 1080p tongue.gif
post #46 of 147
*** is the point of that when the 2 cpus they use are different?


Looks like all 3 cards tested are CPU bound and within the margin of error.
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What kind of DX12 driver did Nvidia have when they didn't pay attention to Async compute?

I think it is clear that Nvidia is not going to get to async compute with any real effectiveness until Pascal or whatever... the driver story is just to keep everyone calm, and I can understand it... I thought that horse was already beaten to death the last time around with AOTS benchmark.....
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I don't know whats more funny. That people wasted a thread over benchmark results of a game not even out. Or that AMD can release optimization drivers faster for benchmarks then they can for games itself. whistle.gif
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*** is the point of that when the 2 cpus they use are different?


Looks like all 3 cards tested are CPU bound and within the margin of error.
CPU bound with a 6600k?
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CPU bound with a 6600k?

And less bound with a 3770? Does it like hyper-threading really a lot? tongue.gif
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