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Why a 380x is slower than a 280x?
  
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Why a 380x is slower than a 280x?
maybe because colour compression doesn't always work as it's supposed to, and 384vs256 bit.
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Why a 380x is slower than a 280x?

Because 7970 rocks.
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Because 7970 rocks.
Exactly. 7970 masterrace checking in.
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SLI is not working. I got Titan X @ 3840x2160 everything on get 28-35fps

Enable SLI no change in FPS Sooooooo.
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This game's performance is really weird, I've been playing it for a couple of days and had to fiddle with the settings significantly to get it to stay above 40fps and and be anywhere close to smooth at 1080p with a GTX 970 at 1546MHz.

Here's a little performance test I did.

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This game's performance is really weird, I've been playing it for a couple of days and had to fiddle with the settings significantly to get it to stay above 40fps and and be anywhere close to smooth at 1080p with a GTX 970 at 1546MHz.

Here's a little performance test I did.

The game uses a lot of VRAM. That is why your performance is 'weird'. Blame Nvidia for giving you 3.5GB tongue.gif
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Yes, works fine with 290 @1440p high settings. Now, nVidia still has some time still to pay some money for moar tessellation biggrin.gif
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from my playtime with the game crossfire isn't working at all on my setup gpu2 just sits at 0% load so i'm not sure where there getting the crossfire numbers at.
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Because 7970 rocks.

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Exactly. 7970 masterrace checking in.
Maybe like eightdee8d said oraybe because 280x gpu clock speed or maybe amd just didnt optimize the drivers for 380x
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from my playtime with the game crossfire isn't working at all on my setup gpu2 just sits at 0% load so i'm not sure where there getting the crossfire numbers at.
disable ulps,use latest driver and enable the CF setting/AFR
  
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