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Good job on making assumptions without even trying the game out. Get ready to get disappointed.
okay, let's just stop talking about performance. the numbers are there, and they do not lie. everything connected with interpreting them is subjective.
I was actually gonna ask people who seem to be running the game already HOW IS IT? I'm telling you my expectations were huge but on my #1 choice review site the user's comments are just awful . most people say the games is boring and doesn't live up to expectations at all.
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haha FACTS. that's rich.
Maybe,just maybe if you did the math,you could see that,as of now,the Fury X is 100-120 bucks more than the Fury,maybe even less.

Wich makes sense,with the extra shaders and a CLC. You can easily buy a Fury if you don't want a CLC or don't need the extra shaders.

Also,of the games you posted:
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AC: Syndicate

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Assassins-Creed-Syndicate-Spiel-55569/Specials/Technik-Test-Benchmarks-1178500/

GTX 980 vs R9 Fury

1080p: GTX 980 77 FPS - R9 Fury 75 FPS
1440p: GTX 980 53 FPS - R9 Fury 56 FPS

Just Cause 3

http://pclab.pl/art67250-7.html

1080p: GTX 980 66 FPS - R9 Fury 65 FPS
1440p: GTX 980 47 FPS - R9 Fury 47 FPS

Rainbow Six Siege

http://pclab.pl/art67232-8.html

1080p: GTX 980 86 FPS - R9 Fury 75 FPS
1440p: GTX 980 57 FPS - R9 Fury 56 FPS

MGS V:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_980_Ti_Waterforce/15.html

1080p: 96 FPS Cap for both
1440p: GTX 980 69 FPS - R9 Fury X 71 FPS

Soo...all of the game you cited have the 980 on par with the 1080p minus Rainbow Six Siege....

Gigabyte GTX 980 480 bucks - R9 Fury Tri-X 500 bucks
Edited by GoLDii3 - 12/2/15 at 8:02am
post #53 of 166
Never drops below 60fps on my setup maxed out at 1080p, havent tried it on the laptop yet.
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This is such a ridiculous assertion. If Nvidia/Intel are purposely stagnating performance, why hasn't AMD taken advantage by leaping ahead in performance? When was AMD's last significant CPU upgrade (on the order of Ivy-Haswell) or even mediocre upgrade like Haswell-Skylake? Why is the Fury barely faster than the 390X at 1080p/1440p? People pay for performance, so why isn't AMD delivering it, if it is so easy to do?

Glad someone took the time to put what he said on notice. Given his historical stance though I'm not one bit surprised by what he said regarding AMD.
post #55 of 166
Well if anyone cares, i've played about 3hrs with my 960/i7-3770 combo. GPU Overclocked @ 1500mhz I average in the 50's maxed out@1080P but have seen drops as low as 35-36 fps.

Tried setting the game to high and my min fps now seems to be 50 but the average is definitely 60+, game still looks really good, feels very smooth/fluid now - will likely stay with these settings.

Can't imagine drops to 17fps on the xbox one.. would probably need to throw up
post #56 of 166
SLI or bust. Apparently it's bust. Again.

SMH.
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The game doesn't even look visually impressive.
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So did I read some persons debated whether or not just cause 3 engine is the same with mad max engine???

Apparently someone need to cease the debate

http://www.dsogaming.com/news/avalanche-details-differences-between-mad-max-just-cause-3-engines/

Just cause 3 engine =/= mad max engine
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So did I read some persons debated whether or not just cause 3 engine is the same with mad max engine???

Apparently someone need to cease the debate

http://www.dsogaming.com/news/avalanche-details-differences-between-mad-max-just-cause-3-engines/

Just cause 3 engine =/= mad max engine

Yeah apparently 2 different studios made the games.
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So did I read some persons debated whether or not just cause 3 engine is the same with mad max engine???

Apparently someone need to cease the debate

http://www.dsogaming.com/news/avalanche-details-differences-between-mad-max-just-cause-3-engines/

Just cause 3 engine =/= mad max engine

Still the Avalanche Engine, just a newer updated version that relies on a different lighting system.
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The engine powering Mad Max was relying on old lighting paths, whereas the updated version that powers Just Cause 3 is focused on current-gen platforms and features a new lighting system.

However, although they responded on whether or not it is the same exact engine as Mad Max. They didn't state that the game was incompatible with SLI. Which is what the NVIDIA representative said. At the end of the article it says that Avalanche is listening to the fanbase and will address all the issues they have been hearing. It even suggests that a patch will allow multi-GPU support. Which in the end, what the argument was based on, means that the game isn't incompatible with multi-GPU. It just wasn't implemented at launch. Incompatible meaning not compatible or incapable. Much different than "not at launch."

Side-note: Also added PCLab.pl's benchmarks, and a video performance review by Joker Productions.
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 12/2/15 at 10:25pm
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