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  • microcode
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    With 4x or 8xMSAA; it doesn't seem to have much impact at all on performance for titles I play; and I mainly use the display for work anyway.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by microcode View Post
    Idunno man, I run 1440p at 144Hz, and I am regularly CPU limited
    enable antialiasing

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by humbug View Post
    What features in particular are you talking about which are still pending?
    i'm not keeping an eye on it and don't know current status, but there was missing video acceleration which i used

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  • microcode
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    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
    supported as in "can move windows"
    not supported as in "can play modern game on max settings"
    Idunno man, I run 1440p at 144Hz, and I am regularly CPU limited. Max settings aside, the combination of resolution and simplicity of scaling (direct 2x resolution relative to 1440p) is spectacular, and adding in a decent refresh rate would complete the product. I guess the chipsets are expensive, but I will pay. My Vega 64 has, at a time, driven proper, interesting applications on three 144Hz 1440p displays at once, it's not inconceivable that it could work well on a Radeon VII.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by microcode View Post
    I'm still waiting for 120Hz 2880p displays, which should be supported just fine with Vega 64
    supported as in "can move windows"
    not supported as in "can play modern game on max settings"

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  • microcode
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    I'm still waiting for 120Hz 2880p displays, which should be supported just fine with Vega 64 but just don't seem to exist on the market yet.

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  • bridgman
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    RGB Control Feature ? Do you mean for the LEDs on Sapphire cards ? I'll try to find out, but off the top of my head I didn't think we designed the hardware or wrote the software for that.

    EDIT... poking around in a similar tool for MSI cards suggests that we have an ADL call to control illumination, but I don't think I am seeing it in the ADL documentation so the LED controls may require info from the board partners that we can't expose.

    https://github.com/Vipeax/MSI-LED-To...ool/Program.cs

    https://github.com/GPUOpen-Libraries...isplay-library

    Best guess is that the board vendors are adding their own ADL extensions, although that won't help with Linux because we are using sysfs rather than ADL for driver control these days.
    Last edited by bridgman; 10 February 2019, 01:54 PM.

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  • tuxd3v
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    I really hope that AMD brings the RGB Control Feature to Linux..

    I own Saphire Cards, and I can't look to them, it really hurts my eyes,
    Also that feature consumes power.

    AFAIK, on linux we have no way to disable it..

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  • humbug
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    Originally posted by muncrief View Post

    Good god humbug.

    Resume from suspend is not important?
    Who said it's not important?

    I asked the question about which features are pending after all this time because I wanted to know.

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  • muncrief
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    Originally posted by humbug View Post
    Obviously if it's important it needs to be implemented. What features in particular are you talking about which are still pending? It's been a very long time for 'experimental support'.

    on my r9 290 amdgpu is better than radeon now, has been for a while.

    Good god humbug.

    Resume from suspend is not important?

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