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The apples vs oranges companions always gives me a headache.
You just can't compare and say X is better than Y when they are not being tested in equal terms.

Could you tell what do you mean by the apple vs orange comparison ? They did test the latest driver from either camp. Anything that I miss
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The apples vs oranges companions always gives me a headache.
You just can't compare and say X is better than Y when they are not being tested in equal terms.
I'm running the game at 3440x1440 at maximum settings with vsync on and 980 TI SLI and I don't remember ever getting a FPS drop, let alone to the numbers they are getting.

i run the same setup, never get fps drops either. Max settings with vsync and 2x ssaa and frames run 55-60 all day. I've never seen a drop much below that.
    
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Oh wow. Some good numbers here. Dat Fury is shining at 4k. I've never played a TR game before, but may give this iteration a shot. From what i've seen it looks great.
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I am getting some serious stuttering with newest drivers with this game and 290X2. Anyone else? Have to see that I am not beyond the 4 GB VRAM limit though.
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I am getting some serious stuttering with newest drivers with this game and 290X2. Anyone else? Have to see that I am not beyond the 4 GB VRAM limit though.

You enable frame pacing?

If you remove one card from the bench its a close race, but when xfired AMD really takes the lead. Near 100% scaling?!
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This game is incredible! It's set a new benchmark for games and hardware to come!

SLI performance is good, but Crossfire performance is amazing!

390X SLI, 99.7% crossfire scaling, that is incredible!

AMD's GCN architecture is incredible, the 390X and 390 are refreshed 290s and 290Xs and look how well they're doing.

It's a real shame that the Fury cards struggled here because of their VRAM limitations.
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This game is incredible! It's set a new benchmark for games and hardware to come!

SLI performance is good, but Crossfire performance is amazing!

390X SLI, 99.7% crossfire scaling, that is incredible!

AMD's GCN architecture is incredible, the 390X and 390 are refreshed 290s and 290Xs and look how well they're doing.

It's a real shame that the Fury cards struggled here because of their VRAM limitations.

Well, you figure if people repeat something enough, others will believe it (without asking for proof). Any who, if this game gets DX12, i want to see another bench.
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Could you tell what do you mean by the apple vs orange comparison ? They did test the latest driver from either camp. Anything that I miss
yes you missed the settings they used, Fury was tested on lower settings than Fury X and 980Ti IIRC.
No need to go into details tho, all high end options run like crap @1440p Ultra with barely 50 fps avg and dips into 30s. We need a test with all the proptietory eyecandy gone, maybe we'll see some of them getting playable fps.
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But most people buy the special OC version's, so how useful are these tests?

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Okay, but each one does have an apples to apple comparison as well, along with what you stated in your previous post that you'd have done it based on the fps a card would hit given the settings, they went the other way around and saw what setting were playable enough on what cards at a particular resolution. Then how is it still not apples to apples
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