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Ashes of the Singularity is still in Beta, hasn't implemented Crossfire or SLI yet. We just got to wait for developers to start pumping out DX12 games or someone like 3DMark to release a DX12 benchmark.
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"Hitman will leverage unique DX12 hardware found in only AMD Radeon GPUs—called asynchronous compute engines—to handle heavier workloads and better image quality without compromising performance. PC gamers may have heard of asynchronous compute already, and Hitman demonstrates the best implementation of this exciting technology yet. By unlocking performance in GPUs and processors that couldn’t be touched in DirectX 11, gamers can get new performance out of the hardware they already own."

It's frustrating that we could have had this for years now.. Imagine how AMD must have felt, watching their hardware get mocked on power consumption, because all that complex hardware was guzzling watts, while no developers were actually using it.. They were so desperate that they eventually went as far to create their own API.. lachen.gif That's what happens when you pretty much have a monopoly in the form of Direct X..
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If you want to give this franchise a try i suggest you to try Hitman Blood Money.

never found stealth games attractive; got watch dogs and MGSV both w/gpu purchase. BUT you got me looking and steam has the whole collection on sale until tomorrow: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

for $10 how can i go wrong? thanks! thumb.gif


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i am not a fan of the hitman series - just never appealed to me. but i would buy this just to support a dev using the newest features even if my 980ti struggles.

though i am wondering if a 270X would work as a dedicated a-sync compute card. . . thinking.gif

That would be awesome. thumb.gif DX12 supports GPU's from multiple vendors, it just depends if Nvidia allows it.. Nvidia disables PhysX if an AMD card is detected, so don't count on it. mad.gif

even though NV put the kibosh on physX, doesn't mean AMD will stop from a user having a dedicated a-sync card. esp. if they want to promote themselves as being more "open" than NV. wink.gif

yeah, my green underwear wearing butt is gonna say:

i got faith in AMD.

E;
typos like always
Edited by looniam - 2/11/16 at 7:21am
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even though NV put the kibosh on physX, doesn't mean AMD will stop from a user having a dedicated a-sync card. esp. if they want to promote themselves as being more "open" than NV. wink.gif

yeah, my green underwear wearing butt is gonna say:

i got faith in AMD.

E;
typos like always

? If nvidia choose to block it then there's nothing AMD can do.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MAWl3YzsTE

neither the slow traveling rockets, nor the flying things, have the glowing effect present on the 390X, in this video, which uses 'Nvidia driver version 358.50'

If that's what you mean.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpSN0wUWft0

Here it seems that particles for nvidia are the same as the above video

Thanks guys. It does indeed seem there is an issue here.

I just wonder why AMD hasn't jumped on this. It would be undeniable evidence if true that Nvidia is skirting IQ.
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? If nvidia choose to block it then there's nothing AMD can do.

and just how can they block it????

c'mon man. it's one thing to block their own proprietary software but a completely other to block a competitor's hardware.

not. gonna. happen.
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and just how can they block it????

c'mon man. it's one thing to block their own proprietary software but a completely other to block a competitor's hardware.

not. gonna. happen.

Care to make it interesting?
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^ sure.
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and just how can they block it????

c'mon man. it's one thing to block their own proprietary software but a completely other to block a competitor's hardware.

not. gonna. happen.

There's many ways they could block it.. You can be an optimist, but when it comes to Nvidia, i'm more of a believe it when i see it person. They have proven time and time again that they don't like playing with others, what has changed?
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I dont understnad what are you talking about? Dedicated a-sync card?

Aces feeds your shaders either with graphics works or compute works. Nvidia system can only feed with either graphics or compute and the pipeline needs to change everytime. Amd can feed for example half the shaders with graphics and half with compute works.

This happens inside the hardware. It's a hardware sheduler. A dedicated async card without the right configuration of shaders (for example like fermi the shaders on gcn can communicate ) is useless.
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