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And why is that?

For one, drivers can't change the fact that NVIDIA's cards can't perform hardware level asynchronous compute. This is what's causing its reduced performance in most DX12/Vulkan games I think, but I'm not entirely sure. Don't think it has support for intrinsic shaders either which prevents them from getting the same massive performance boost in DOOM's Vulkan mode.
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For one, drivers can't change the fact that NVIDIA's cards can't perform hardware level asynchronous compute. This is what's causing its reduced performance in most DX12/Vulkan games I think, but I'm not entirely sure. Don't think it has support for intrinsic shaders either which prevents them from getting the same massive performance boost in DOOM's Vulkan mode.

tbh the async computer seems like all talk, it didn't do jack till now, and i don't really think it's giving amd that boost on dx12 and vulkan, that's probably related to something else, i'd say it could be improved via software
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are these cards really aimed at more than 1080p gaming? ive been able to visit 480 threads,and members have been very helpful posting they're benchmarks. i might have missed it,but i haven't seen a thread or single real benchmark done by ocn member with a 1060?
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


If you're prone to motion sickness or seizure, be careful viewing this video.

Also cut the sound, the music will make you puke.
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are these cards really aimed at more than 1080p gaming? ive been able to visit 480 threads,and members have been very helpful posting they're benchmarks. i might have missed it,but i haven't seen a thread or single real benchmark done by ocn member with a 1060?

There's about two or three guys here supposedly with a 1060. Right now they seem to be engaged in forum wars and trolling and bickering about the RX 480 and stuff so they aren't starting an owner's club or doing anything productive for people interested in the card.

Also, about 75% of NVIDIA card holders really cannot afford to upgrade to the latest release. This may be why you see people hanging out "f5ing" pages of lowest priced 1060(never returning to stock) and hanging out on ":sickdealz" and stuff like that.

I must say it's a really magical GPU. Sold out, yet no one seems to own one.

EDIT: Again for those looking to buy, you can get a stuttering 1060 for $300 and get put on the waiting list anyway and F5 several pages to stare at a blank $249 listing or you can buy a $199, $239, $249 or more RX 480 that retailers will actually have and sell. Also the 480 won't give you seizures or inverse performance in a modern API.
Edited by FLCLimax - 8/1/16 at 1:23pm
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I would definitely suggest a custom RX 480 over a 1060 right now. I regret my 1070 as it's nothing but a DPC stuttering nightmare.

This hotfix may help you ?
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There's a topic for that hotfix and apparently it has not solved the issue.
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Also the 480 won't give you seizures or inverse performance in a modern API.

What you mean by seizures ? also can you or any one explain what is DPC latency ?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deferred_Procedure_Call

I bet nGreedia is using way too much time when they shouldn't, just because it is faster doesn't mean it's the right way to do. They are probably trying to process as much as possible ASAP without giving up the CPU time to other drivers, programs, etc. Which can increase their performance and lower latency but will have the opposite effect on everything else that runs on the system.
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