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Yes, we already established it's a different version, and different resolution as well smile.gif

I don't think they're different resolution, you would clearly see differences if they were different resolutions
post #222 of 230
also the guy from techyescity, Brian I believe is his name, although I do like his reviews and channel, he is known to use old parts bin components, so no telling what kind of cpu hes running and that can make a difference.. I know my 8350 is bottlenecked by my 480, so something liek that could definitely be happening..


The test would have to be done on all modern equipment same, specs, same game settings and proven so, before anyone to believe otherwise..
post #223 of 230
A CPU would not likely reduce image quality, but would reduce the framerate instead.
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A CPU would not likely reduce image quality, but would reduce the framerate instead.

some filtering and effects are elaborated by cpu too. so you'd need the exact same equipment for both the cards to really make a serious comparison
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If you think a few weeks makes it easy to properly test a bunch of videocards and write a review about it while still having other things going on as a reporter you have no idea what you're talking about. I even provided an example of how even websites that have a track record of having more knowledge than average fail in this regard, and yet you claim that I come up with excuses? Ugh.

Give me a good reason what the harm is in comparing the image quality? Until then, you're the next person that I will be ignoring.

My God. The resistance to checking the image quality disparity is enormous. I really cannot understand why.
what Bunch of video card? are are you trying to imply reveiwer had bunch of rx 480,gtx 1060 model gpu to test and review them in week before NDA ?
amd rx 480 came out month ago every reviewer had one or two amd rx 480 reference model gpu for review. no idea where u got word bunch from but anyway.
There are countless forum thread about image quality amd vs nvidia just google them none of them reach verdict. and i never said stop comparing image quality. keep on comparing specool.gif
and i am done with your excuse.
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I don't think they're different resolution, you would clearly see differences if they were different resolutions

One was 4K, the other - 1440p, read the damn thread.
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One was 4K, the other - 1440p, read the damn thread.

well if the amd screenshot was at 4k, thats some crappy looking 4k screenshot. lol
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One was 4K, the other - 1440p, read the damn thread.

will look for it, but well i didn't know, it certainly doesn't look like so, the images are shrunk at the same resolution, and they look exactly the same density wise, idk, i can't see it, prolly due to my FHD 23" monitor
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The AMD image is most certainly darker.

The thing I noticed the most was the tower. The AMD image doesn't have the cross rails while the Nvidia image does.

However, that could be an optimization in the game itself or the Nvidia plasyer may be standing a touch closer to it.

I believe that is called Draw Distance. The distance a gpu will render such detail.
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I believe that is called Draw Distance. The distance a gpu will render such detail.

You copied and pasted the screenshots using NVidia? If so, it's contaminated.biggrin.gif
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