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amd flagship is maybe bottlenecked but nvidia flagships from last generations are just useless wink.gif
remember 780ti/titan or GTX680? total fail now

YES, 3 years later. I'm glad I suffered with janky stuttery AMD performance and drivers for those years... it was worth the wait. Now they're matching midrange Nvidia parts. YAY! rolleyes.gif

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let me tell you secret
also NVIDIA sometime release their cards with delay...

also there is no suffer 390X(290X) overperforms GTX980 under DX11 smile.gif and now closing onto 1070/980ti under DX12
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LOL no. Vega will be bottlenecked like every flagship AMD gpu these last few gens.

I gotta admit though, it's nice to see AMD fans happy for a change.
I really couldn't care less about midrange cards. laughingsmiley.gif


Congratulations, You aren't part of AMD's current target audience(mainstream). Great to talk about something they aren't focusing on, almost like Nvidia and their upcoming Async driver /s
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Congratulations, You aren't part of AMD's current target audience(mainstream). Great to talk about something they aren't focusing on, almost like Nvidia and their upcoming Async driver /s

Yea, I guess that's why AMD hasn't appealed to me since the 97/9800 Pro days.
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I looked on all major tech sites and none of them can reproduce computerbase.de results for fury x. anyone curious what's up with that?

to recap here's computerbase.de claim



and here's everyone else (that i could find with fury x)
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gamegpu:


something's fishy here doh.gif
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I looked on all major tech sites and none of them can reproduce computerbase.de results for fury x. anyone curious what's up with that?

to recap here's computerbase.de claim



and here's everyone else (that i could find with fury x)
digital foundry:

gamegpu:


something's fishy here doh.gif
nothing fishy there, no aa and tssaa are only options where async is enabled so that's why huge gains where tssaa is used. and cb.de used that. gamegpu.ru didn't.
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Gamegpu doesnt even use TSSAA...
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I looked on all major tech sites and none of them can reproduce computerbase.de results for fury x. anyone curious what's up with that?

to recap here's computerbase.de claim



and here's everyone else (that i could find with fury x)
digital foundry:

gamegpu:


something's fishy here doh.gif

The GameGPU tests were done with SMAA. You can throw those out.

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And DF calculated the performance based on the minimums
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I love it. You can throw those tests out because they don't allow AMD to shine in the best possible light. Where have I heard this before? ...oh yea, gameworks games.

Did anyone bother asking why Async only works for certain settings?

But at least reviewers should know for the future. If Async isn't enabled on DX12/Vulcan games/benchmarks then it either doesn't count, or it's Nvidia's fault rolleyes.gif
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