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Originally Posted by mothergoose729 View Post

These are pre release benchmarks. Give it time. Performance will likely improve 20-50% within the next two or three driver releases.

Anybody remember how poorly GTA V ran on release? What about Crysis, battelfied, COD and others? Par for the course. If you need to play it maxed right now buy a high end nvidia card, otherwise chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve.

It's amazing that one company seems to be able to get good drivers from day one ... or even before that ... for a lot of games and the other can't. Not only for this game, but for others as well. Heck, Fallout 4 aside, nVidia is now even beating AMD in Ashes of the Singularity ... after MUCH hype about how AMD is crushing nVidia in that game. Does this mean that the mantra for that came ALSO will be "chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve" too?

Maybe the answer is, as you said, "right now buy a high end nvidia card". That way you don't have to wait ... for this or any other game.
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Doesn't this game support NV Surround?

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It's amazing that one company seems to be able to get good drivers from day one ... or even before that ... for a lot of games and the other can't. Not only for this game, but for others as well. Heck, Fallout 4 aside, nVidia is now even beating AMD in Ashes of the Singularity ... after MUCH hype about how AMD is crushing nVidia in that game. Does this mean that the mantra for that came ALSO will be "chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve" too?

Maybe the answer is, as you said, "right now buy a high end nvidia card". That way you don't have to wait ... for this or any other game.

If you actually play games . . .
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Most anticipated game of the year, that everybody waited to play it come out and now when is out we stay on forums measuring meaningless numbers and nonsense. Most of the people here preordered the game ( is not like this game is the first unoptimized port) and then come here either to complain or to laugh of how bad it works for others and then they preorder next game and next game and complain again and the stupidity circle is complete.

Not my most anticipated game, nor did I buy it, let alone pre-order it. Even if it didn't require Steam (which automatically would rule it out, even if I thought it was the greatest game ever conceived) all sorts of issues made evident in reviews, streams, and user accounts, would.
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It's amazing that one company seems to be able to get good drivers from day one ... or even before that ... for a lot of games and the other can't. Not only for this game, but for others as well. Heck, Fallout 4 aside, nVidia is now even beating AMD in Ashes of the Singularity ... after MUCH hype about how AMD is crushing nVidia in that game. Does this mean that the mantra for that came ALSO will be "chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve" too?

Maybe the answer is, as you said, "right now buy a high end nvidia card". That way you don't have to wait ... for this or any other game.

Then entire premise that drivers should need to be tailored to individual games is absurd. It wasn't long ago that games were written for APIs, and any hardware and driver with solid support for that API would run essentially any game written for it. I could often run release titles, without driver related issues, on drivers that predated the title by two or three years. Sometimes I still can, though games that need custom tweaking are becoming more prevalent.

There is no reason for Fallout 4, with the graphics it has, to not run well on a GTX 780 or a Radeon 7950, and the performance issues seen have more to do with Bethesda than AMD or NVIDIA.
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The entire premise that drivers should need to be tailored to individual games is absurd. It wasn't long ago that games were written for APIs, and any hardware and driver with solid support for that API would run essentially any game written for it. I could often run release titles, without driver related issues, on drivers that predated the title by two or three years. Sometimes I still can, though games that need custom tweaking are becoming more prevalent.

There is no reason for Fallout 4, with the graphics it has, to not run well on a GTX 780 or a Radeon 7950, and the performance issues seen have more to do with Bethesda than AMD or NVIDIA.

Finally someone else said it too.. PC gaming is in a sorry state. New game is out? Wait for drivers. rolleyes.gif

It's a damn joke. Lets also call anyone who disagrees with one aspect of a company, a fanboy of the other..
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It's amazing that one company seems to be able to get good drivers from day one ... or even before that ... for a lot of games and the other can't. Not only for this game, but for others as well. Heck, Fallout 4 aside, nVidia is now even beating AMD in Ashes of the Singularity ... after MUCH hype about how AMD is crushing nVidia in that game. Does this mean that the mantra for that came ALSO will be "chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve" too?

Maybe the answer is, as you said, "right now buy a high end nvidia card". That way you don't have to wait ... for this or any other game.
Funny, because you have an upcoming AAA game in Star Wars Battlefront with much higher graphic fidelity that runs superbly as a beta product on all hardware.

As raghu pointed out, where da gameworks at in it?
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It's amazing that one company seems to be able to get good drivers from day one ... or even before that ... for a lot of games and the other can't. Not only for this game, but for others as well. Heck, Fallout 4 aside, nVidia is now even beating AMD in Ashes of the Singularity ... after MUCH hype about how AMD is crushing nVidia in that game. Does this mean that the mantra for that came ALSO will be "chill out for a couple of months and then buy the game when the drivers improve" too?

Maybe the answer is, as you said, "right now buy a high end nvidia card". That way you don't have to wait ... for this or any other game.

 

Once again , How much Async compute does game use ? No one knows!! we heard only 5% workload per frame for Fable and this helps R9 390x to beat Geforce GTX-980 in fable.

Sarcasm for AMD ? yeah as you're one of Hardcore Nv-Shill, regardless of this ridiculous Fallout's Image quality,  we must buy Nvidia card and not wait for AMD !!

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It's not AMD's fault. Its because of Nvidia failworks.
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The biggest concern is the poor CPU utilization in certain built up areas. People are dropping to the 20's on CPU's as powerful as the 3770K at 4.5GHz and higher.
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Funny, because you have an upcoming AAA game in Star Wars Battlefront with much higher graphic fidelity that runs superbly as a beta product on all hardware.

As raghu pointed out, where da gameworks at in it?

I know many people that had crashes and other issues in the beta.

The netcode is just as bad as BF series..
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