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Here comes another one...

A look at the efficiency difference at 7 minutes in. 7-8% more efficient than the 970, 33% more efficient when ran with Vulkan/async meaning if you vsync or lock your frame rate you should (crudely) see a 33% reduction in power, otherwise the higher frame rate. thumb.gif
Edited by pengs - 7/13/16 at 1:53pm
post #122 of 632
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So AMD developed Vulkan. Now where are all the guys that swore up and down that AMD had nothing to do with DX12 or Vulkan.

Was thinking just the same...all those posts swearing it was Cronos group tech sponsored by Nvidia.

I don't get why people have bin bashing the new api direction AMD has gone since mantle....
AMD got it right by investing in GCN and new api's.
DX 12 has (is ) taken way to long to slip trough the cracks.
Vulkan should be the future, ho can really be against a better optimized api that works on all platforms.
It benefit's us all.
You can make gpu's as powerful as what, but without an efficient way (api) to channel that power.
it's just a very inefficient process .

I'm just happy that because of these technology's my R9 390X will last me a while longer.
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I'm seeing 45%

There goes 7 and everything under it...


Nice catch, I was only going by the front page stats at the bottom where it shows the top OS.
post #124 of 632
from that 30% of win 7 pcs prolly only 10-15% will have capability to run DX12 games
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Eurogamer Digital Foundry's results are a bit more down to earth. No questionable surreal Fury X lead. Once Vulcan is enabled, Fury X reaches 980Ti performance levels, as it should.

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Correct^

Vulkan made more use of AMD's async abilities, than did with NVidia's pseudo-async.

And again, DX11 titles must die already... honestly who is still designing for windows 8? DX11 is a pointless discussion, nobody is buying a card today, worried about yesterday's games.

I'm going to buy big Pascal for dx11 performance on windows 8 so just because you are drinking dx12 kool-aid it doesn't mean everyone else is.
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Eurogamer Digital Foundry's results are a bit more down to earth. No questionable surreal Fury X lead. Once Vulcan is enabled, Fury X Beats 980Ti/1070 by 7.5%.


FTFY
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FTFY
yes 7.5% and what's you point? that's down from outrageous 35% fury x lead over 980ti that computerbase.de claimed and then all websites regurgitated like sheeple without doing any research whatsoever. now that more and more sources tested themselves no one can reproduce computerbase results.

here's another one.

post #129 of 632
so 780ti on half of 290X performance even in this bad case scenario? biggrin.gif nicely done NGREEDIA
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yes 7.5% and what's you point?
That 7.5% isn't same as having same performance. which is what you said on the benchmark you posted before, which is false.
different systems different gains. but huge gains nonetheless.

now go find millions of other benches lol, funny to see this lachen.gif .

pro tip - this is what going to happen with future games. unless nvidia sponsors something.
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