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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-30-2019, 09:33 AM - Thread Starter
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Seeking Information from a helpful 5700 or 5700XT owner

I was mulling over some performance data from various projects I've kept myself occupied with when I ran across the frame rate data from BF1 single player for my Fury.

The benchmark conditions - DX11 , 1080p, single player, mud and blood first tank segement, fps measured and recorded with FRAPS.

I dropped it into a spreadsheet with some information from my RTX 2080 and it confirmed what I had thought for a while . The RTX 2080 has a pretty good advantage at ultra settings , but the Fury pulls ahead at low settings.

I am looking for someone willing to mimic the benchmarking I have done with their 5700 or 5700XT .

I'd need them to imitate the run on my youtube video as best they could.

I'd sure be grateful for any help- thank you.
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Hmm... seems I might have the excuse I need to buy a 5700XT nitro....lol
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I play a lot of BFV... after looking at the numbers and the games I play, I sold my 2080 and bought a 5700xt... Newegg on ebay, ebay had a 10% off a few months ago so I was able to get the Gigabyte Windforce OC version for 378 with shipping and all... Im able to run nearly same as 2080 since I never used ray tracing and get same fps @ 1440p.


Below is a site that reviewed BF1:

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/d...a-super?page=2

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slotting a red devil XT tonight, but don't have BF1 i don't think. i'd have to check origin.

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Appreciate the replies.

I'd like to know how you end up liking that Red Devil - I'd go with the Nitro or the Red devil if I had my choice of XT's.

Do you run 1080p?
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We would also have to have the same CPU\Ram to really compare it?
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Not necessarily. I was moxt interested in seeing if the scaling was similar with changes in graphics presets. There seems to be something odd about how the 1080 and 2080s work with amd cpus, comparing lots of different combos might give me some clues. Sure appreciate the reply.
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