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I see this is available in Steam (Alpha) so decided to put my money where my mouth was and just show the benchmark in the game and my results at 4K and other resolutions. It would not let me choose 1080P, even windowed for some reason so i chose one of the closest resolutions it would do in the 2nd bench. They mentioned it's a current known issue. I don't know what these figures mean until the community makes sense of it all and DX12.

 

All these were run with the Win 10 DX12 option for the bench.

 

I can say it looked brilliant at 4K. Never seen so much going on on one screen.

 

 

 


Edited by Ghoxt - 10/27/15 at 6:56pm
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Anyone with FX CPUs got the game on steam? In case you have a motherboard that can turn off individual cores, I'd like to see what happens if we switch off the secondary cores. I don't have a motherboard capable of doing this frown.gif.
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Anyone with FX CPUs got the game on steam? In case you have a motherboard that can turn off individual cores, I'd like to see what happens if we switch off the secondary cores. I don't have a motherboard capable of doing this frown.gif.

Just set affinity to all even numbered cores, like 0,2,4,6. But do not expect to see a difference because

a) Win 7 scheduler after the bulldozer patches (they are included with 8,8.1 and 10) has been dealing good with this family of processors so setting affinity shouldn't make a difference
b) Ashes is compiled with the intel compiler which obviously (as seen with aots) still hamstrings AMD and VIA CPUs
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Well you know... Nvidia has that time as well to put more optimisation in there. No one said this is the final say on both of them.

And in what way this is great work for AMD?
People who do not upgrade to windows 10 (and there are tons of people in OCN as well saying that), will be stuck at really bad performance compared to nvidia.

Also all that smack talk on the alpha without nvidia update drivers from AMD (on a game not in the market yet), like they found the golden ticket, that they will rule the world with DX12. Why are they so silent now?
I hate when a company talks trash. But I like more when they get smacked down later.

DX12 might be the future, but when the time comes that everything will be DX12, we will see at least 1 or two generations replacements. This might change for the better, or worse, for AMD.


People not willing to upgrade to windows 10 are hurting themselves.... win 8 N0000 ,win8.1 better... ,win10 why not?
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Just set affinity to all even numbered cores, like 0,2,4,6. But do not expect to see a difference because

a) Win 7 scheduler after the bulldozer patches (they are included with 8,8.1 and 10) has been dealing good with this family of processors so setting affinity shouldn't make a difference
b) Ashes is compiled with the intel compiler which obviously (as seen with aots) still hamstrings AMD and VIA CPUs
Setting affinity doesn't work. It only runs at 1-2 fps in that case, for some reason.
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Setting affinity doesn't work. It only runs at 1-2 fps in that case, for some reason.

There may be hard coded CPU profiles in the application which sees the FX8 then tries to use 8 threads and only finds 4 in the case of affinity.
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