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  • ernstp
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    Michael
    while the RADV driver continues to default to the AMDGPU back-end
    I think you meant to say ACO back-end here.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by zexelon View Post
    its rapidly looking like RT is going to be the "new hw T&L".
    "rapidly" as in "in a few generations". when you will not have to pay for simultaneously tanking your fps and reducing picture quality

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    i bought a HD3850 in 2007 for the AMD opensource driver
    i bought hd4850 in 2008 for amd opensource driver

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by pete910 View Post
    It's in the algorithm that a Nvida card goes first if same average Despite the fact that the letter A is at the beginning of the alphabet
    the letters you are interested in are 'x' and 't' (rtx vs rx from row names)

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by Dr. Righteous View Post
    On the 5th test for F1 2017; how did team GREEN win over team RED with LESS min and max FPS ? I demand a RECOUNT!!!
    it also had same avg fps. i guess when avg match it gets sorted alphabetically

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by programmerjake View Post
    A Windows vs. Linux benchmark with the newest drivers for AMD would probably be interesting, it would be neat if Linux + RadeonSI outperformed everything else!
    radeonsi should get some speedups with aco in future

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by bug77 View Post
    Too bad you don't have a 3070 Michael . 3060 Ti vs 3070 vs 2080 Ti is the most interesting combo to watch this generation.
    only for nvidiots

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  • zexelon
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post

    I think AMD world on 4-5 things:

    die shring to 5nm TCSM for the GPU core
    HBM3 modells with 32-64GB vram for high paying customers like apple
    increase the 128mb infinity cache to 256MB and maybe go from 12nm to 12nm-LP+ or 7nm-
    https://www.techpowerup.com/269309/g...brication-node
    Also Global Foundries invest to double the 12nm capacity (FD-SOI)
    https://www.eetimes.com/globalfoundr...-eying-an-ipo/

    right now 5nm and 7nm is complete overloaded without any capacity free so the 256bit infinity cache chip will be FD-SOI 12LP+ nm

    I think AMD also workd on OoO Out of Order execution shaders.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out-of-order_execution

    Multi-GPU-Chiplet design for VR gaming... with 2 gpu cores for each eye one gpu and 2 infinity cache and HBM3 vram.

    as you can see Nvidia is doomed...
    That is some awesome information in your post, thanks!

    I must admit though that I am unsure if your conclusion (Nvidia is doomed) is humor or an honest appraisal.

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  • hiryu
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    ...
    Definitely looking good. Thanks, Q!

    I believe I have enough info to think this over for the next 1-3 days and come to decision... Alas, given the scarcity, could take a couple of months before I'd be able to purchase one.... But the current monitor on the computer I'd put GPU into is G-sync... And the FreeSync+Gsync monitor I've been eyeing isn't due to come out until late this quarter or early next (so far) anyway. Maybe the timing will work out?

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  • hiryu
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    Originally posted by ResponseWriter View Post
    Can't help thinking the Nvidia results aren't quite as good as they can be, but it's a very good result for AMD either way. Just have to find a 6800 XT for a reasonable price.
    Oh, yeah definitely. I haven't looked at any Linux Vs Windows benchmarks on this site for a while... Makes me think Nvidia+Linux noticeably lagging behind Nvidia+Windows.

    Usually Sapphire Nitro+ and Powercolor Red Devil are the best AMD models, but XFX Speedster Merc and Asus TUF are both said to be very good for this generation of cards. Be aware they're all >31cm long.
    Thanks, this is very helpful!

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