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Didn't see this posted. Pretty interesting.


NVIDIA beats AMD in Ashes of the Singularity DX12 test with new driver
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In early tests of Ashes of the Singularity, AMD's Radeon R9 Fury X smashes the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, but with the latest drivers the situation has changed in favor of NVIDIA.

In some benchmarks from Computerbase, the GTX 980 Ti with the latest GeForce 358.50 drivers beat (even if it's just by 0.4FPS) the Radeon R9 Fury X with its new Catalyst 15.10 drivers. If we compare the older 355.60 drivers to the new 358.50 drivers, the GTX 980 Ti secures itself a pretty decent 11% increase in performance. Comparing the Catalyst 15.8 and 15.10 drivers, the R9 Fury X jumps by 6%. All of the other cards from both AMD and NVIDIA see performance increases with the latest drivers installed, too.

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Just barely it seems. Nice that they finally got the kinks out of their drivers instead of harassing Oxide.

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Just barely it seems. Nice that they finally got the kinks out of their drivers instead of harassing Oxide.

Yup, looks like as was said months ago ... the drivers will be there by the time the game is for sale (actually it looks like they are pretty well there now). So it appears the whole AMD and Compute will destroy nVidia in AoS was ... a bit premature.

So I guess people won't have to sell their GTX 980Ti's and buy Fury X's just to play the one game.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1577073/computerbase-performance-increase-in-ashes-of-the-singularity-with-new-drivers

"Didn't see this posted. Pretty interesting."

You obviously didn't look hard enough, your NVIDIA fanboysim got you to excited to post this even though its only 1080P.

Also this article title is completely misleading.

NVIDIA only wins at the highest enthusiast price range (980TI). AMD wins at mid-range.
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So I guess people won't have to sell their GTX 980Ti's and buy Fury X's just to play the one game.
Maybe not the 980Ti users, but the millions of 970 owners may start asking where their performance boost under dx12 is shortly.
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Thats not beating it, its inside the margin of error. Come on not even 1 whole fps difference. I wanns see the same test run on 3 different test beds. rolleyes.gif
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Thats not beating it, its inside the margin of error. Come on not even 1 whole fps difference. I wanns see the same test run on 3 different test beds. rolleyes.gif
"Toppled", in the words of the article. wink.gif
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who cares about this stupid benchmark anymore.
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who cares about this stupid benchmark anymore.

the author.

prolly under pressure from upper mgt.
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