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  • #31
    Michael you ignored my comment. The RX 560 is lost in perf/$ chart, despite fact it was in all test results.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by yurikoles View Post
      Michael you ignored my comment. The RX 560 is lost in perf/$ chart, despite fact it was in all test results.
      Not ignored, just didn't see all comments (especially with my time really being a mess the past few days cycling frequently between hospital to visit wife and working...) But the reason I didn't include the RX 560 is that since in many of the tests it performs rather slow (below 60 FPS). So including it in those perf-per-dollar graphs would likely show it being out in front for value, which it is technically, but not too viable really for most Linux games given its rather slow performance. So for the dollar graphs basically included the modern mainstream/mid-range cards and better.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #33
        Michael, I think this explanation must go article.

        BTW, you ignore 1080p in latest tests, so it may be still valuable for those who stay on FullHD, which is most popular resolution according to Steam (64.29%).

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        • #34
          Originally posted by yurikoles View Post
          Michael, I think this explanation must go article.

          BTW, you ignore 1080p in latest tests, so it may be still valuable for those who stay on FullHD, which is most popular resolution according to Steam (64.29%).
          It all depends what I am testing in terms of games and hardware. With many games when benchmarking at 1080p on cards like the GTX 1080 and newer or even RX Vega, they are simply CPU bound at 1080p.
          Michael Larabel
          http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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