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Wild technology and results!
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I would like to see if this tech gives any performance bump to dual GPU cards. Could I see better scaling on my GTX 690 if they are "linked" rather than SLI?
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This is pretty cool and good news for both sides.
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I would like to see if there is a difference between mixed crossfire and Multi Adapter. Which would show if the cards are bottlenecked by the slowest card. As fury x + fury can already be done with out Multi Adapter.

 

Would also be interesting to see them do Multi Adapter with more then 4 cards like an 8-way setup :drool: 


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Wow, this is exciting. I would like to see results combining lower tier cards with higher ones. How nice would it be to be able to add your new card when you upgrade to your existing card and see performance gains, even if small gains, and regardless of brand!
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Oh man this information is beautiful, I'm salivating from just reading this!

I remember a dev at Oxide posted on twitter a PC build with an AMD GPU and an NVIDIA GPU but I'm still shocked to see this come to some form of fruition.

I wonder if other developers and games will implement something like this, and if NVIDIA and AMD are okay with this.
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The top-most chart shows stand-alone GTX 980 Ti outperforming Fury X... I guess NVidia greatly improved Async Shaders performance after all!
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The top-most chart shows stand-alone GTX 980 Ti outperforming Fury X... I guess NVidia greatly improved Async Shaders performance after all!
980ti was #1 since the benchmark was released.
Now I wonder this: is it possible, in addition to dividing the frame rendering in two, to assign async heavy tasks to amd card and tess/raster heavy tasks to nvidia ?
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980ti was #1 since the benchmark was released.
Now I wonder this: is it possible, in addition to dividing the frame rendering in two, to assign async heavy tasks to amd card and tess/raster heavy tasks to nvidia ?

I was wondering the same thing! It would be a perfect optimization!
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I was wondering the same thing! It would be a perfect optimization!
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wouldn't it be great if nvidia could only improve what they're good to a great extent at and amd would improve their strengths, then put them together and watch with your mouth open....
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