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390X is rather stable in the benchmark.
It's not much better than the 1080. The vertical range is a bit shorter for the 1080 hence why it's all over the place.
 

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It's not much better than the 1080. The vertical range is just much shorter for the 1080 hence why it's all over the place.
Average 58, minimum 55: 5% variance is bad?
 

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It's not much better than the 1080. The vertical range is a bit shorter for the 1080 hence why it's all over the place.
Even if you take out the 2 spikes down to 54 and 61, And just go by the 4-5sec dip at 67 thats still a 19fps difference between min and max.

Now if we were to apply your same logic, saying a 7fps variation and 19fps variation are the same, is like saying the 390x performs the same at a 980 ti because it can get within 12 fps average as the 980 ti.

If you have a powerful card but its constantly dipping down in sub 60fps your still going to have a crappy gaming experience.
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that being said I'm sure nvidia will have their DX12 performance in check soon enough.
 

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Even if you take out the 2 spikes down to 54 and 61, And just go by the 4-5sec dip at 67 thats still a 19fps difference between min and max.

Now if we were to apply your same logic, saying a 7fps variation and 19fps variation are the same, is like saying the 390x performs the same at a 980 ti because it can get within 12 fps average as the 980 ti.

If you have a powerful card but its constantly dipping down in sub 60fps your still going to have a crappy gaming experience.
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that being said I'm sure nvidia will have their DX12 performance in check soon enough.
This title is Dx12 which renders the drivers obsolete, btw.
 

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I wonder which part of the game 1080 drops so much fps?
Compute.

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I wonder which part of the game 1080 drops so much fps?
Thats 1440p they only tested 1080p on the 960 and 380

Edit: sorry totally misread your post I hate that they named it the 1080
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why they release the chart without a R9 Fury (x) ?
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4kae18/total_war_warhammer_directx_12_performance/d3dh2is?context=3

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Hey guys, author of the piece here. I have a Fury/980 Ti/all the other GPUs I didn't test here, but it was a mixture of time constraints (Friiiiiidaaaaaaay) and the fact that I didn't want to go TOO nuts with this since it's a preview and not final code. When the in-game code rolls out I might retest it with more cards, but I thought it was worth getting results with the middle-of-the-road GPUs out.
 

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There might be a CPU bottleneck that 390x won't reach and 1080 does. I couldn't tell just from this. Or there is a problem with 1080 or with drivers.
 

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There might be a CPU bottleneck that 390x won't reach and 1080 does. I couldn't tell just from this. Or there is a problem with 1080 or with drivers.
Not Dx11.
 

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There might be a CPU bottleneck that 390x won't reach and 1080 does. I couldn't tell just from this. Or there is a problem with 1080 or with drivers.
in DX12? Pascal´s Architecture fault
 
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