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I was thinking... remember that issue we had with the CF 2x480 RX vs 1x 1080 in Ashes. And people were commenting on difference in the output generated by the 2 brands.

The response was that the 1080 is not showing some stuff and that in return makes it easier for it to draw. This can directly translate into the 1060 making it catch up to the RX 480 in terms of frames per second even thou the lack of Async compute.

it's like using lower settings. Those Nvidia tricks are so funny. If AMD had tweaked their software to simply ignore Nvidia-works stuff we would have an outrage from the community but when Nvidia does something so shady nobody cares.

More over why do benchmarkers test Doom in OpenGL ? Who would use OpenGL if all 2 brands get benefits from Vulkan and it's supported by all GPU's ?

Why not give us benches of Dx9 stuff it's the same thing.

That video you are mentioning, is fake. I've seen Fury X vs 980 Ti side by side in AotS (retail) and there was zero difference in IQ.
If this was an issue, you would have heard all about it.
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Bottom line is, too bad amd has nothing that will run with nvidia gpus.. By the time amd releases the 490 nvidia will probably be on to the next generation and amd will be left behind again.

I think amd knew they couldnt run with the 1070 or 1080 so they had to hit the low ball sector, yea the 480 and 1060 are now the low end, at least to a gamer they are.... I mean look at the power draw and heat those 480's generate, anyone have a hotdog? A 480 drawing as much power as a 1070 and running like a 970, so much for advancement in energy efficiency.

Price and availability, cheapest 480 I've seen available was $300 on ebay, newegg had a seller on there wanting $400 and some idiots have bought them at that price.



Lets see how nvidia and amd does as their drivers mature, and dx12 releases in more titles than just amd sponsored titles..


So you know, I've owned amd gpus for the last 12yrs, and just switched to a Zotac 1070 in my main gaming rig.. and likely wont be going with any more amd gpus in my main rigs..
I have a modified 480 in my backup rig, and I'm not impressed by it, its a good card for the money but not a deal breaker, and the software package nvidia has is miles ahead of amd..

Well it would be very funny if Hawaii ended not only Kepler, but Maxwell and even some Pascal cards. So much for engineering lel.

BTW, why are cards that can run top end AAA games at Ultra/High at 60 fps at 1080P and High 60fps at 1440P now low end? 200-300 dollars mean nothing to you?

For me even the 750 Ti is within reason (it can keep up with a PS4 and sometimes beat it or lose by a little... thing is PS4 does MIXED Low-Med-High settings, so the 750 Ti is not doing low end gaming either).

I guess being a realist filled with more empathy than cash makes it card for me to understand... such is life.
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That video you are mentioning, is fake. I've seen Fury X vs 980 Ti side by side in AotS (retail) and there was zero difference in IQ.
If this was an issue, you would have heard all about it.

So, AMD used a fake video on their Polaris presentation at Electronic Entertainment Expo?
That's a bold statement biggrin.gif
It was already discussed in several forums around here and if you haven't read them i suggest you do.
Edited by slavovid - 7/25/16 at 5:56am
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So, AMD used a fake video on their Polaris presentation at Electronic Entertainment Expo?
That's a bold statement biggrin.gif
It was already discussed in several forums around here and if you haven't read them i suggest you do.

I don't need to read anything, as I've have seen the game IRL with Fury X and 980 Ti side-by-side, and IQ was the same.
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I don't need to read anything, as I've have seen the game IRL with Fury X and 980 Ti side-by-side, and IQ was the same.

Do you allow the notion that the version you watched (game and driver) was different than the one demonstrated and the issue actually existed for that other version?
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Do you allow the notion that the version you watched (game and driver) was different than the one demonstrated and the issue actually existed for that other version?

It was back in April, retail game, fully updated (Steam). Both GPU's used newest drivers available at the time.
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It was back in April, retail game, fully updated (Steam). Both GPU's used newest drivers available at the time.

So Back in April BEFORE either PASCAL or POLARIS were released. Yeah right you knew that Pascal will not skip on a few effects and get increased FPS ....

Can i have a glimpse in your looking orb:D
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I was thinking... remember that issue we had with the CF 2x480 RX vs 1x 1080 in Ashes. And people were commenting on difference in the output generated by the 2 brands.

The response was that the 1080 is not showing some stuff and that in return makes it easier for it to draw. This can directly translate into the 1060 making it catch up to the RX 480 in terms of frames per second even thou the lack of Async compute.

it's like using lower settings. Those Nvidia tricks are so funny. If AMD had tweaked their software to simply ignore Nvidia-works stuff we would have an outrage from the community but when Nvidia does something so shady nobody cares.

More over why do benchmarkers test Doom in OpenGL ? Who would use OpenGL if all 2 brands get benefits from Vulkan and it's supported by all GPU's ?

Why not give us benches of Dx9 stuff it's the same thing.

That happened again? Like this image . . .



See how much cleaner the street on the rightside and the white line fading? Got higher fps, though.wink.gif
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That happened again? Like this image . . .



See how much cleaner the street on the rightside and the white line fading? Got higher fps, though.wink.gif

Actually the one on the left looks better albeit the 2 have different angles and positioning biggrin.gif
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Actually the one on the left looks better albeit the 2 have different angles and positioning biggrin.gif

That's the idea. The one on the left looks better because it has all the detail of the textures. The one on the right is "optimized" and has less detail in order to score higher in the FPS charts.
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