can't see no more than two results being marginally worse than before, and that's within 1-2 fps. it's no news nvidia cards don't gain that much over time, they're pretty much squeezed out at launch, that and a lot of attention paid to power/thermal efficiency figures,which in turn allows for things like turbo boost, makes nvidia cards nail pretty much every new launch of a GPU or a release of a latest game benchmark.
some ppl prefer that if they're on a yearly upgrade cycle, others will take poor launch performance as a basis for claiming huge benefits over time
. well, 290X gains a lot more performance over those three years that this chart presents, but still most of those go 780Ti way (8 won by 780Ti to 5 won by 290X).
The question is: shouldn't 290X have performed like that from the beginning if it was clearly capable of doing so
? Are you gonna hold on playing 2012/13 titles for three or four years to get that optimal performance or are those gains just irrelevant cause those games are pretty much forgotten now.Edited by Klocek001 - 7/10/16 at 7:55am