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Originally Posted by Farih View Post

Hmmm, dunno what to think of this lol

Also dont know if this should be in the news section allready.

I only posted here because most of the posts are backed up with -some- proof and I don't believe any tech sites (of the ones existing right now) would call this out. At least as enthusiasts we should try to push this information until it gets traction, in my opinion. I don't care if people call me names, but if we had more people who're doing research and asking questions like this one, arguably we'd be enjoying Volta right now, instead of the stop-gap-extra-milking-paxwell. I wouldn't have bought a Fury either if nVidia had an arch good at parallelism, I'd have considered both parties, so I'm affected even tho I'm not on the Pascal train.

At the end of the day however, it's your call whether to leave this in news or not.
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They should rename this "benchmark" to Nvidia pricing validation tool biggrin.gif

Well, if were Nvidia, I would certainly use this benchmark in marketing/promos to highlight performance differences within the Nvidia family of products, and to justify various pricing tiers.
As to whether this is a "benchmark" in the strictest sense to compare products from different vendors, I am not certain of its usefulness at this point.
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At least as enthusiasts we should try to push this information until it gets traction, in my opinion.
This. It's not really important what company comes out on top. What's important is that a DX12 benchmark does what it's expected to: measure a card's ability to fully take advantage of the API as it currently stands.
    
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This. It's not really important what company comes out on top. What's important is that a DX12 benchmark does what it's expected to: measure a card's ability to fully take advantage of the API as it currently stands.

The fact that some games use DX12 better then 3DMark is borderline pathetic.
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I think is important to know if it's really like people have found it to be, not because AMD vs nVidia but people vs companies.

We need to know when some company lie to us and start to act accordingly, doesn't matter if it's CPU vendor, GPU vendor, game developer, and/or brand.

The fanboy war it's really bad for everyone but the vendors (and people payed by the brands).

Regards.
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I knew this as soon as I saw the benchmarks. Glad to see the confirmation.

Once more, nVidia gets a free pass for being behind.
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Originally Posted by provost View Post

Well, if were Nvidia, I would certainly use this benchmark in marketing/promos to highlight performance differences within the Nvidia family of products, and to justify various pricing tiers.

From December, check the logo on top biggrin.gif



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This is not news. If someone from Tech Media decides to further investigate and write about it with backup from Nvidia & or Futuremark themselves, then a case can be made. You can move it to AMD / Graphic Card subforums if you like.

I'm sure someone from tech media is watching this thread writing their own article based on information found here right now.
 
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The fact that some games use DX12 better then 3DMark is borderline pathetic.

How's this for pathetic: as per Slomo4shO's quote in the OP, had AotS had 60+% less async, it would be more of a dx 12 game than Time Spy is dx 12 benchmark.

Time Spy is as much a dx 12 benchmark as AotS is a dx 11 game (+-10%). 90% vs 20% asynchronous compute. =\ 15% less async and it would be in fact.
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sounds like some oc.net members not liking TimeSpy results ...
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