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  • #21
    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
    nvidia is different driver
    no matter how fast is it, it does not prevent windows rottr + amd windows driver from being slower than linux rottr + radv(i don't think it is the case, but not because of nvidia results)
    It's less of a driver issue now and more a question of how much the application is optimized. Let's face it we do have good drivers now on Linux (both AMD and Nvidia).

    But we need to be able to port applications without taking a performance hit.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by riklaunim View Post
      Putting like a 1080Ti there isn't there to benchmark 1080Ti but to show differences between benchmarked CPUs. What you see in this benchmark are results capped by weak GPU for which it doesn't matter if it's a mid or high end CPU. With RX580 it could turn out even that Core i3 is as good as i7 8700k and so on...
      It still sounds useless to me. I don't care how a CPU performs when paired with a too expensive GPU, using settings that look awful. It's a scenario that will never apply to me. If you're going to do a CPU bench do something that might actually apply to the majority of people interested in buying the CPU.
      If a RX580 performs the same with both an i3 and an i7 then that's great. If you're buying an RX580 or less theres no longer a reason to buy an i7 if gaming is your concern. Otherwise if you care about more than games look at other productivity benches.
      Last edited by ramrod; 04-26-2018, 11:42 PM.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by ramrod View Post

        It still sounds useless to me. I don't care how a CPU performs when paired with a too expensive GPU, using settings that look awful. It's a scenario that will never apply to me. If you're going to do a CPU bench do something that might actually apply to the majority of people interested in buying the CPU.
        If a RX580 performs the same with both an i3 and an i7 then that's great. If you're buying an RX580 or less theres no longer a reason to buy an i7 if gaming is your concern.
        That's good and valid point but it's not the title of the benchmark. Current title is misleading and/or click-bait.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by humbug View Post
          Nope, even when using Nvidia who have the fastest Linux Vulkan driver it's still 15-20% slower than the windows dx11 and dx12 version. Not a great advertisement for Vulkan...
          It might not be that VK makes all the difference, could be something else. See what anandtech found recently what HPET do in Windows, for RoTR especially - 76% difference @ 1080p and especially on Intel CPU On AMD CPU happens also but not to this extent, up to 15% there... but on Intel it is a mess



          https://www.anandtech.com/show/12678...yzen-results/4
          Last edited by dungeon; 04-27-2018, 07:27 AM.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by humbug View Post
            vega64 > gtx 1080
            Not quite, most the time the 1080 will prevail. I'm sure the Vega64 will eventually beat the 1080, one day. But no ITX and high watt usage kinda broke the deal for me. If it was a 210-250 watt card like the vega56, I'd probably have got one. (and if it had ITX)

            Source: http://www.madshrimps.be/articles/ar...eo-Card-Tests/
            Last edited by theriddick; 04-27-2018, 08:03 AM.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by riklaunim View Post
              There is a reason why many CPU comparisons is done with the most powerful GPUs and/or games running on resolutions even smaller than 1080p.
              Because the people writing the comparisons have no idea what they are doing, so they are testing something tied to CPU but completely pointless?

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              • #27
                Originally posted by humbug View Post
                Let's face it we do have good drivers now on Linux (both AMD and Nvidia).
                well, good drivers on linux is a prerequisite for windows being slower, isn't it?

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by riklaunim View Post

                  That's good and valid point but it's not the title of the benchmark. Current title is misleading and/or click-bait.
                  I didn't realise we were discussing the title. I thought we were discussing your complaint

                  Originally posted by riklaunim View Post
                  There is a reason why many CPU comparisons is done with the most powerful GPUs and/or games running on resolutions even smaller than 1080p.
                  That said the title dosen't look misleading/click-baity to me...

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by carewolf View Post

                    Because the people writing the comparisons have no idea what they are doing, so they are testing something tied to CPU but completely pointless?
                    If you want to compare CPUs you have to put a lot of load on them. Small resolution and very strong GPU is used to be sure that GPU isn't a limiting factor. It would be odd to publish benchmarks that 8 core CPU is as good as 2 or 4 core... It's not something you would do to play but it's used to showcase CPU efficiency with given game. Normal setup (high resolution, high settings) benchmarks are also done but they aren't represented as CPU tests if the results are obviously not capped by CPU.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by riklaunim View Post
                      There is a reason why many CPU comparisons is done with the most powerful GPUs and/or games running on resolutions even smaller than 1080p.
                      It's been demonstrated that low-res/1080P comparisons do NOT give a proper representation of what is going to happen at higher res. But reviewers (and the people that watch the reviews) are slow to learn...

                      With low res absolute single core performance may be the bottleneck of the CPU....at higher res the bottleneck of the CPU may move to the CPU's capability to handle lots of data (which the Ryzen is pretty good at).

                      In a nutshell...if you're going to game at 1440P/4K, use the benchmark results at 1440P/4K and ignore those idiots that think low-res results somehow mean somthing to you.

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