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I'm not sure what graphics settings they were running with, but my experience with my 970 says they probably aren't far off at 1440p
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No harm in trying it when the game comes out. Steam has a great refund policy. thumb.gif

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I'd be worried (haven't tried the game, was thinking about supporting it just for the great ultrawide and multimonitor support) if it wasn't for two things:

1) Beta

2) GameGPU - I thought we all came to an agreement that their benchmarks never made sense and we weren't going to pay attention to them anymore?
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Because 7970 rocks.

Beacause Tonga sucks and AMD choose to replace Tahiti with a new chip with only 65% of the memory bandwidth.
Thta's why 380X is oftenly loosing against a 280X.
That"s what AMD call progress I guess.



http://www.hardware.fr/articles/945-24/tonga-vs-tahiti-round-2.html

Well that's a really weak replacement. Easy to understand why GM204 (only 2 weeks after Tonga launch) and GTX 970 is the best selling enthusiasts card in history (almost same die size, 100% better power efficiency, crazy overclock, and in another class of performance for sure, Tonga is so weak.
Edited by Olivon - 2/1/16 at 12:07am
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Beacause Tonga sucks and AMD choose to replace Tahiti with a new chip with only 65% of the memory bandwidth.
Thta's why 380X is oftenly loosing against a 280X.
That"s what AMD call progress I guess.



http://www.hardware.fr/articles/945-24/tonga-vs-tahiti-round-2.html

Well that's a really weak replacement. Easy to understand why GM204 (only 2 weeks after Tonga launch) and GTX 970 is the best selling enthusiasts card in history (almost same die size, 100% better power efficiency, crazy overclock, and in another class of performance for sure, Tonga is so weak.
In a few years you'll notice the R9 390 destroying the GTX 970, just as you'll see a HD7870 beating a GTX 7770, 280x outclassing a TITAN , etc. Who cares about the 380x? You didn't even mention how a R7 370 = HD7850 instead of a HD7870/270X.

HD7850 launched for $200 in 2012.... R7 370 $150. 2015
GPU's have been progressing like a slug. We need another 8800GTX/290x thrown into the mix.
Edited by paulerxx - 2/1/16 at 12:42am
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In a few years you'll notice the R9 390 destroying the GTX 970, just as you'll see a HD7870 beating a GTX 7770, 280x outclassing a TITAN , etc. Who cares about the 380x? You didn't even mention how a R7 370 = HD7850 instead of a HD7870/270X.

HD7850 launched for $200 in 2012.... R7 370 $150. 2015
GPU's have been progressing like a slug. We need another 8800GTX/290x thrown into the mix.

It has been progressing like a slug, its pretty bad really.

Hopefully Pascal and Polaris will be a massive jump so we can have another 8800 or at-least a 7950/7970.

The longevity of those cards is absolutely mind blowing, those are 4 year old GPUs and they're still battling it out in the market with their Tonga incarnations, its amazing how the original GCN 1.0 versions are doing just as good too.

They're GPUs that released 4 years ago which are still relevant, so relevant that NVIDIA released the GTX 960 to battle against the Tonga incarnation of the 7950.
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With these results 4K will not be a thing even with next gen cards.


What is limiting 4K are a small part of the chip, so if next generation devote bigger part of the chip, it can easily be solved. We will see that FPS do not decline much, as resolution is increased. We know the last chips on 16nm will be about twice as fast as this generation, but that will probably not be until 2017/2018. That the capacity already are used now, show there will be a need for G-sync or similar, low 30-50 FPS tech to help in many titles.


Edited by G woodlogger - 2/1/16 at 2:11am
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Damn this 290X just keeps on giving, Those first benches are ridiculous, a pair of 780Ti's barely beat a single 290X! This game is in dire need of some serious optimization...
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I am more interested now in the CPU results:







Game is optimized up to 6 cores, properly, i think.
But the that old 3 year old FX CPU's are actually holding it quite good.
Also, the 9370 is putting up a even fight with the 3970x and is bit ahead of the 2600k.
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Very boring. I think this game will be forgotten faster than Watch Dogs..

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What a pathetic support from Nvidia.

It's a BETA. Kepler performance is good in most AAA games on release day.
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It has been progressing like a slug, its pretty bad really. They're GPUs that released 4 years ago which are still relevant, so relevant that NVIDIA released the GTX 960 to battle against the Tonga incarnation of the 7950.

I sometimes wonder if people realize that you could run two 960s or a 980, double the performance, while using less power than those... Progress?
   
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I sometimes wonder if people realize that you could run two 960s or a 980, double the performance, while using less power than those... Progress?

I don't think anyone *doesn't* welcome less power but at some point (which some could argue, is right now) when the graphics power needed for games and resolutions starts out pacing whats capable from the hardware, I don't think it's unreasonable to ask for more performance.
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