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post #91 of 193
I should add the third major flaw is comparing to a 480 from May 25th. There was a major driver update or other change on the 26th.

Here's a dual 480 Extreme benchmark on May 25th at 59.9 fps and another on May 26th at 66 fps.
post #92 of 193
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I should add the third major flaw is comparing to a 480 from May 25th. There was a major driver update or other change on the 26th.

Here's a dual 480 Extreme benchmark on May 25th at 59.9 fps and another on May 26th at 66 fps.

Well, while that comparison may be flawed, he does compare the 290 to Computex run (according to AMD).

Either way, it all lands within the long speculated ball park.

What remains to be seen is what we will see on release.
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The first flaw is negated because his screen clearly states that he is GPU bound.

Second flaw is not a flaw. Robert himself stated 1.83x figure, and as such 34 fps for single rx480 on those settings is basically direct implication of his words.

Last one: your link does not show that those are 390Xs and uses fairly old version of game (at this point).

No, it doesn't work like that for either of your comments.

First off, AoS is very CPU dependent, so there is no "GPU bound" A faster CPU will increase the performance regardless of hitting a CPU barrier or not. Secondly, older versions of the game don't really negatively impact the 390X. Thirdly, all Robert is stating is the benefits of explicit multi-adapter which is completely game side. I just demonstrated between someone running a dual 390X and a single 390X, frame rate scaling is not linear.
Edited by variant - 6/3/16 at 11:27am
post #94 of 193
I don't think a lot in here have let it sink in that the 480 is only $199, it's going to be all by itself until the 1060 drops.

Even with the highly unlikely chance that AMD have somehow gone backwards with Polaris, it would still be a 4GB 970 for $199.. It's a winner no matter what.

I'm not sure it's price tier is worth all the speculation it's getting. tongue.gif There's no downplaying this one whichever way you try and slice it.
Edited by GorillaSceptre - 6/3/16 at 11:28am
post #95 of 193
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No, it doesn't work like that for either of your comments.

First off, AoS is very CPU and GPU dependent, so there is no "GPU bound". Secondly, older versions of the game don't really negatively impact the 390X. Thirdly, all Robert is stating is the benefits of explicit multi-adapter which is completely game side. I just demonstrated between someone running a dual 390X and a single 390X, frame rate scaling is not linear.

Actually, look at the guy's screenshot, it literally claims that he is GPU bound on 100% of frames (okay, .2% of frams in heavy batches are CPU bound but who cares). And that's one thing i trust AotS bench about.

Secondly, Robert explicitly stated the scaling on mGPU. If he said the "from 1.5x to 1.9x" instead of "1.83x" there would be no base to the whole speculation about rx480 single gpu performance.

Next up, older version or not, newer ones did have noticeable performance changes evidently. That includes drivers.

And yes, i did observe that Robert's claim to scaling is better than what i saw in the "leaked" benches.
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I don't think a lot in here have let it sink in that the 480 is only $199, it's going to be all by itself until the 1060 drops.

Even with the highly unlikely chance that AMD have somehow gone backwards with Polaris, it would still be a 4GB 970 for $199.. It's a winner no matter what.

I'm not sure it's price tier is worth all the speculation it's getting. tongue.gif There's no downplaying this one whichever way you try and slice it.

How much more if the card is $1266. lolfail.
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How much more if the card is $1266. lolfail.

You called?
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You called?

Your psu won't even work with this card . . . why spend your whole waking hours arguing about it? Proly you are under orders?

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post #99 of 193
Getting a bit stuffy in here.. upsidedwnsmiley.gif

What type of PSU is it, an Xbox power brick? tongue.gif
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Your psu won't even work with this card . . . why spend your whole waking hours arguing about it? Proly you are under orders?

lolfail!

I find that fun, duh. About as fun as frying my psu trying to push my poverty video card to it's limits.
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Getting a bit stuffy in here.. upsidedwnsmiley.gif

What type of PSU is it, an Xbox power brick? tongue.gif

Xbox power brick is more powerful than my PSU, admittedly.
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