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Why is it so popular to bash Ashes? I found that game enjoyable, good graphics, nice efects and a somwhat diferent gameplay expiriance. An allround ok game. (Mind you it's not briliant)

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A fellow member in the 970 thread just posted this link.

http://imgur.com/a/3iTkS
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Why is it so popular to bash Ashes? I found that game enjoyable, good graphics, nice efects and a somwhat diferent gameplay expiriance. An allround ok game. (Mind you it's not briliant)
Supreme Commander is far superior IMO

but if you love any game of such genre then its ok
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Why is it so popular to bash Ashes? I found that game enjoyable, good graphics, nice efects and a somwhat diferent gameplay expiriance. An allround ok game. (Mind you it's not briliant)

It's not that popular to bash ashes there was only a few people including myself doing that. I'm sure many people like it.

I'll happily bash CSGO, LoL and WoW while I'm at it tongue.gif

Just so were clear I actually bought ashes and just didn't like it, unlike Chev who just bashes for the sake of bashing.
Edited by Waitng4realGPU - 6/28/16 at 6:09am
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I can confirm the high default volt on 480, it does explain the higher boost clock. It comes from the 14nm node with higher default volt than TSMC 16nm. It is a bit less efficient at lower clock for 14nm. However on a same higher clock the voltage should be the same, or even lower on 14nm.

So they're compensating more for more Voltage droop... A lot of Vdroop would indicate not-stellar silicon... I may be wrong.
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Voltage induces current flow.

The current flow is defined by voltage and the resistor. Since AMD and NVidia are using different topologies / design the resistor values will be different.

So again, the voltage alone does not define the max. possible power.
Edited by Origondoo - 6/28/16 at 6:09am
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Looks like BS.

No way an overclocked 970 is getting 96 fps in Witcher 3 at 1080p... even with Hairworks turned off.
srednie detale = medium details

also, it says 39 fps @1440p with very high details on oc'd GTX 970. I remember I had around 48-50 on a very similar card (r9 290 trix, also overclocked) @1440p high details.
this might be true.
Edited by Klocek001 - 6/28/16 at 6:14am
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Its also a bit of a moving target , eg in AOTS , Hitman and a few other games AMDs perf/watt is quite a bit higher than say in ROTR , how games shift in the future towards leaning to favour one architecture over the other can change this in time also.

On this I agree.
But right now, at this current age (polaris and vega vs pascal), we will definitely expect a dominance of the DX11 games on the overall. DX12 adaptation will still stay low at least until 2017, and we have seen nvidia 1080 and 1070 giving a huge leap in performance for the DX12, and we hadn't seen nothing yet (when the bigger pascal comes out), so nothing is set in stone.

I really hope that vega 10 will really rival the 1080 and the vega 11 rival the 1080 ti / next gen titan (if it comes out), so prices will come down to a more sane levels. But with polaris 10 showcasing right now after all the noise AMD put out about polaris being ground breaking in terms of performance, I don't know.
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I'd have to agree... but blame Global Foundries. AMD was showing of Polaris in December... probably hoping for better yields. When that didn't pan out, "just increase the voltage and sell it for $200."

ya, it appears that is what they have done.

I'm sure their Yields will improve over time just like any other node. The problem lies in why Polaris is such a bad clocker compared to Pascal, or even maxwell. The 14nm node they moved to is superior to 28nm in all areas other than cost per mm of die. This is because the finfets/ 14/16nm requires double patterning, which is more expensive than single mask.

There might be some truth to the validation attempt failing at 850mhz with its base supply voltage of 0.800 volts. I will get to the bottom of that here soon after i finish doing other benchmarks of the new AMD card lineup. Perhaps it's a simple fix, but considering they are putting the card on the market leads me to believe it goes deeper down.
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I really hope that vega 10 will really rival the 1080 and the vega 11 rival the 1080 ti / next gen titan (if it comes out), so prices will come down to a more sane levels. But with polaris 10 showcasing right now after all the noise AMD put out about polaris being ground breaking in terms of performance, I don't know.

Won't you just bash it for power consumption though?
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