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  • #31
    Originally posted by Dukenukemx View Post

    Good luck finding one for $250. It'll be $300 thanks to Founders My Wallet Edition prices. The FE cards are Nvidia's way to condition you to pay more for their graphic cards. And since the 1060 is $300 and performs like a GTX 970, guess what else costs $300 and performs like a GTX 970? A GTX 970... In fact you can probably find them for a little over $200 nowadays thanks to the RX 480. Eat that Founders Edition!
    On Phoronix forum, AMD always wins.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by atomsymbol View Post

      Windows benchmarks published by other sites are showing similar performance for GTX 1060 and RX 480 (and R9 390). This increases the probability that RX 480 Linux performance will be competitive to GTX 1060 after additional Mesa optimizations.

      In terms of power consumption, GTX 1060 wins.
      In DX12/Vulkan (on windows) the 480 destroys the 1060. So I guess it depends on how much future proofing you want.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by SaucyJack View Post
        In DX12/Vulkan (on windows) the 480 destroys the 1060. So I guess it depends on how much future proofing you want.
        Yes. The question that will be answered over time (2017+) is whether those 2304 shaders in RX 480 can be utilized 20% more optimally than today in order for RX 480 to generally outperform the GTX 1060's 1280 shaders running at a higher frequency.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by SaucyJack View Post
          Edit: It is really more that Nvidia is like Microsoft. They wipe their ass with standards and cut corners to improve performance. Some devs have already complained about this with DX12 and Vulkan.
          That is actually the most accurate description on nvidia that i have ever heard 😃

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          • #35
            Originally posted by oooverclocker View Post
            And he did it again. Comparing the proprietary Nvidia driver vs. the open AMD- driver, leaving out AMD in the OpenCL- figures. This site is just a piece of Nvidia propaganda. It makes no sense to stay here any longer.
            No this only shows that the opensource mesa driver on a hd480 is the gold-standard and nvidia need to be compared to that. other benchmarks show that the closed source driver amdgpu-pro is not any better.

            this is the only website show true opensource driver benchmarks... if you are a anti-F(L)OSS you can leave this side and read some closed source windows only benchmark websites.
            Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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            • #36
              Michael


              where stay 1080p tests ??

              And need more games case bioshock infinite, shadow of mordor, dirt showdown and maybe others


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              • #37
                Originally posted by atomsymbol View Post

                Yes. The question that will be answered over time (2017+) is whether those 2304 shaders in RX 480 can be utilized 20% more optimally than today in order for RX 480 to generally outperform the GTX 1060's 1280 shaders running at a higher frequency.
                No, it's not a question. The 480 already beats the 980 and 1060 in Vulkan. Current gen Nvidia hardware ~can't~ do async anything. It's performance is already in the toilet in cutting edge games and it will blatantly only get worse. The 1060 is yet another Nvidia scam to get you to spend money every year.

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                • #38
                  Newegg puts various models avaliable

                  http://www.newegg.com/videocards/PromotionStore/ID-1170

                  3 models stay on 250us: Zotac GTX 1060 Mini - EVGA GTX 1060 - PNY GTX 1060



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                  • #39
                    https://forum.beyond3d.com/threads/d...5#post-1927093

                    AMD GPUs do not support Feature Level 12_1 and will not even run future games that uses Feature Level 12_1, just like AMD SM2.0 GPUs that couldn't run SM 3.0 games at all.

                    0 FPS, period.

                    Nvidia GPUs are future proof, runs much more efficiently and quietly unlike AMD GPUs that will have to be replaced for Feature Level 12_1 support.

                    It's really sad that Michael does not ban the AMD trolls like SaucyJack and Qaridarium from crap posting in all Nvidia threads just because they're such losers at life.
                    Last edited by GT220; 07-19-2016, 01:26 PM.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by jrch2k8 View Post
                      Well, if you play DX11/OGL games and you don't care about blobs then the 1060 is the RX480 Killer but if you want to be future proof DX12/Vulkan then the RX480 has way more hardware muscle to stretch.
                      It does look that way, which is why I'd like to see some Vulkan results on Linux.
                      Although, future-proofing... DX12/Vulkan will have to be standard before newer GPU's obsolete these cards.

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