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No campaign\single player is just a pure fail in my book, and just down right lazzy!

They already said before it's not worth the costs and time involved, and to just focus on making multiplayer the best possible experience. rolleyes.gif
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I'm in same dilemma. Looks like my 290X will still go strong for another year, by then Pascal and whatever AMD comes out should be out.

It's not just AMD cards that are one generation skipped. I'm hoping ME4 leaves me the choice of unacceptable compromises for 4k@60 or Pascal or Greenland.
Until I can't hit 60 fps with 4k, I won't have a good enough reason.

Hopefully more games run great on gcn. The devs may raise the bar for eye candy.
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I'm loving my 290x even more <3 Already got the game pre-loaded, can't wait till I start playing biggrin.gif
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I'm loving my 290x even more <3 Already got the game pre-loaded, can't wait till I start playing biggrin.gif

I got my 290 for 150 USD less than a 970. It may be mid range but I paid less than what I paid for my old 6870 and it was definitely worth it.
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It's not just AMD cards that are one generation skipped. I'm hoping ME4 leaves me the choice of unacceptable compromises for 4k@60 or Pascal or Greenland.
Until I can't hit 60 fps with 4k, I won't have a good enough reason.

Hopefully more games run great on gcn. The devs may raise the bar for eye candy.

Your 780Ti will only be obsolete when you can't resist the urge any longer biggrin.gif
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AMD had much more time for optimization.
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But where is the "improvement" of GCN performance coming from? Its already been known its been taking AMD ages to extract the full power of the architecture they made by their own hands. DX11 overhead is still much worse than Maxwell, Kepler, AND Fermi GPUs.

Its likely that NVIDIA was able to get more or less close to the full power out of their cards right out of the gate with Maxwell their extensive DX11 optimizations and their vastly larger R&D and overall budget compared to AMD. Optimization isn't a gift that keeps on giving; eventually there will be no way for AMD to realistically improve GCN after a certain point. That's why its just conjecture that AMD cards "last longer".

The results aren't shocking. One of the very few developers that AMD has been in good contact with is EA, and they managed to get Mantle on BF4, which already gave AMD a slight advantage. Developers are having to extract every single thing out of GCN and are making more and more lazier ports, so games are capitalizing the strengths of GCN (compute and a more parallel architecture) while Maxwell is pretty much left with no love except from NVIDIA.

Anyway, nothing about these results are shocking to me personally except for the massive upset pulled by the 285/380. Its just in a whole other league of performance.

Its probably because the new PBR based engines need a lot more memory bandwith / they stress the memory controller more, and AMD has the strength on that side.
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If you factor in the cost of the cards, $500 vs $330, it is a 'spanking'. AMD will move a lot of cards with this game. That Fury X is also looking tempting for BF5 after these benches.

They'd have moved even more if they had the financial availability to endorse the game with cards like last time.
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Nice, 2 more GPU's + CPU scaling. The CPU scaling is good, 6 cores is the maximum though. AMD FX users are going too to see some wonders with performance.
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Anyone know how a 7870 will perform on this game? I'll probably get it on Ps4 anyways though.

Playing a shooter on a console while having a decent computer? wow. Even if I would have worse graphics I would still choose playing on a PC.
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