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post #11 of 259
Wow, great results from their RX64 card. Looks like AMD will need to update drivers to fix the issue with scene 2 as AMD cards are showing utilization as low as 62% ouch!

Looks like this game is also using HBCC and Rapid Packed Math. Nice! Because this is the first game that uses RPM that may explain why performance hasn't fully matured yet.

I'd give it time. Another driver release should be on the way.
Edited by EastCoast - 10/26/17 at 10:59am
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As sugarhell pointed out, it is always enabled on AMD cards. It doesn't make sense that ID would put the time to enable on Nvidia cards and not on AMD cards.

Glottis, I think you should have put the forgot in quotations because pontiacGTX definitely didn't forget...
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post #13 of 259
I would rather wait a few drivers and patches until the game and drivers are all patched up to perform as best as they can afford to invest $ into optimizing. Obviously it's a Polaris+Vega focused title same as Doom was AMD arch. focused. Even the older AMD GPUs tank meaning the optimizations have still quite a way to go.
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I wonder if Nvidia's delay of game ready drivers for Wolf2 means they are cooking up something nice for us. In the meantime, performance is already awesome. thumb.gif
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it is strange but i recall this

maybe i misunderstand this translation?
this proabably means AMD hasnt worked to enabled because they are waiting to release the driver tommorrow with the tweak for Async compute

No, I am pretty sure it means Async is always enabled on AMD cards while you have option to turn on/off on Nvidia cards. Seems like thay are already using latest drivers both from AMD and Nvidia.
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Please not another forza motorsports AMD beating Nvidia thread.
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

it is strange but i recall this

maybe i misunderstand this translation?
this proabably means AMD hasnt worked to enabled because they are waiting to release the driver tommorrow with the tweak for Async compute

You're misunderstanding the quote as far as i can tell - it says that AMD uses async compute already but maxwell won't have the option
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it is strange but i recall this

maybe i misunderstand this translation?
this proabably means AMD hasnt worked to enabled because they are waiting to release the driver tommorrow with the tweak for Async compute

Wait, they are releasing new drivers tomorrow?
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Wolfenstein 2 nutzt standardmäßig Async Compute. Auf einer Pascal-Grafikkarte von Nvidia lässt sich dies im Menü auch ein- und ausschalten. Auf einem Beschleuniger der Maxwell-Generation wird die Möglichkeit hingegen nicht angeboten, wie auch auf einer AMD-Grafikkarte nicht. Es ist davon auszugehen, dass das Spiel Async Compute auf Maxwell durchweg deaktiviert, auf Radeon-Grafikkarten hingegen durchweg nutzt.

Pascal GPUs have the option to disable as well as enable A-Sync Compute at will. Maxwell and AMD GPUs however do not have toggleable options for the A-Sync Compute setting, therefore we can assume that Maxwell cards have no support for this feature while on AMD cards, A-Sync compute is forced and working but cannot be toggled off.

Translated in my own words.

Source: I am fluent in German.
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That's some bad looking fury performance.
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