"Hey, you've bought the game. Don't worry if it doesn't run at high framerate, you can just lower the graphics setting on your £2000 rig because one GPU manufacturer has gimped your GPU's for you. It's okay, don't play it "The way it's meant to be played" .. play it the way Nvidia wants you to play it"
End of the day, as an AMD enthusiast I shouldn't have my top-of-the-line GPU's gimped because Nvidia are allowed to inject their code into somone elses game. Granted the blame rests with Dev and Nvidia but this is just blatant sabotage of the competition.
Counterpoint to that my 7870 6gb's ran both watch dogs and the witcher 3 on approx 60fps 1080p on day of release with all the "Eye candy" turned on. Even getting a steady 45 fps with a single card on Anno 2205 so I'll be happy to test this with them
Nvidia Gameworks, can you think of a more Oxymoronic phrase ?
its funny because a 800$ pc can run those games maybe not maxed but quality<60fps
btw most games use physx code even on console and some run fine or better on amd
the guide is still there
the grid changes but the quality is the same
Edited by jmcosta - 11/10/15 at 7:18am