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BTW, did not one pick up in this chart that 370, even without async, beats 780ti? That is pretty embarrassing.
That's premium novidya for you. lol
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I gained almost 30 FPS on average with my overclocked 7950. At 1080P ultra settings 8x AA I'm averaging 90 FPS
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and let me guess, computerbase.de results ofcourse are 100% confident. if you bothered to read into what they aren't confident about is because they couldn't use FCAT measure, because it's not yet available for vulcant. but you know what, neither could computerbase.de biggrin.gif

One is using TSAA and the other is not.

TSSAA enables Asynhronous compute. Oddly enough... you get better performance once TSSAA is enabled.

Basically... all those games coming out with Async Compute enabled are going to be quite interesting. Then again... I cannot say that I am surprised seeing as I have been banging on this drum for some time.

Now imagine an aftermarket slightly Overclocked RX 480? It would match a GTX 1070 in this title and for half the price.



As I had stated a few times before... one of the advantages that Vulkan has over DX12 is that Vulkan does not rely on API side synching between contexts. The hardware handles the synching if it supports multi-threaded rendering.

As for nVIDIAs mythical driver... where is the Maxwell driver that nVIDIA said would enabled Async Compute? We are to believe that Pascal will get such a driver now as well?
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I gained almost 30 FPS on average with my overclocked 7950. At 1080P ultra settings 8x AA I'm averaging 90 FPS

The benchmark above you directly contradicts this claim.

Not saying you are lying it's just funny how widely inconsistent the claims made by people here and benchmarkers themselves are here with this.

Anyway. Glad I have a 1080.
    
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As for nVIDIAs mythical driver... where is the Maxwell driver that nVIDIA said would enabled Async Compute? We are to believe that Pascal will get such a driver now as well?

Did Nvidia even made a statement that they are working to resolve this issue? I only remember id Software saying that they asked Nvidia to enable Async.
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The benchmark above you directly contradicts this claim.

Not saying you are lying it's just funny how widely inconsistent the claims made by people here and benchmarkers themselves are here with this.

Anyway. Glad I have a 1080.

It depends on where people are measuring the frame rate. If it's looking at a wall it's going to be a really large number compared to the frame rate when it's all kicking off

The Eurogamer article on the patch was pretty good and really does show the gains for AMD. I tried the game myself after the patch with my 290x and it really is night and day. Massive difference
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One is using TSAA and the other is not.

TSSAA enables Asynhronous compute. Oddly enough... you get better performance once TSSAA is enabled.
nope, Eurogamer DF benchmark is using TSSAA with Async.



Edited by Glottis - 7/14/16 at 7:10am
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nope, Eurogamer DF benchmark is using TSSAA with Async.



Yes... and their benchmark run was a tiny run. They stated that their benchmark run could not be considered as being the definitive performance seeing as they did not have the proper tools to really capture the performance. Worth mentioning that the scene being used under the benchmark run would also make a difference.

There might also be a CPU difference here as well.

Either way... what we do know is that AMD gain a heck of a lot of performance under Vulkan with Async Compute.
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Yes... and their benchmark run was a tiny run. They stated that their benchmark run could not be considered as being the definitive performance seeing as they did not have the proper tools to really capture the performance.

There might also be a CPU difference here as well.

Either way... what we do know is that AMD gain a heck of a lot of performance under Vulkan with Async Compute.
how long was computerbase benchmark run, and why can it be considered, because it's convenient for your argument?

BY THE WAY, using TSSAA only enables Async for AMD but not yet for Nvidia.

"Currently asynchronous compute is only supported on AMD GPUs and requires DOOM Vulkan supported drivers to run. We are working with NVIDIA to enable asynchronous compute in Vulkan on NVIDIA GPUs. We hope to have an update soon."
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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.


to think i almost went 780 instead of 290x when upgrading my PC a few years ago ( though i didnt think about it long ) .
went with 3x 290x. Bring on more Vulkan i say ! biggrin.gif ... after 3-4 years the single card is still relevant for high end gaming, and still 2 more sitting next to it
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