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1080p Linux Gaming Performance - NVIDIA 415.22 vs. Mesa 19.0-devel RADV/RadeonSI

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by shmerl View Post
    Why no Vega 56 in the comparison?
    To wager a guess, because the 580/590 do 1080p60+ most of the time making the Vega 56 more of a specialty card for 1080p/120 with FreeSync or for 2K at the 60fps standard.

    I would have liked to have seen the RX 560 and the 4 & 8 gb 570s thrown in for The Battle of the Budget.

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  • shmerl
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    Why no Vega 56 in the comparison?

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  • skeevy420
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    It's actually nice to know that we really only need midrange gear for decent HD gaming and gone are the days of needing ridiculously expensive gear to play games at 1080p/60. I can't wait for FreeSync support to take advantage of all the extra frames.

    Seems like we really only need Vega XX and 1070+ for ultra-wide 1080p and 16:9 1440p; with the 1080/ti being useful for up to 21:9 1440p gaming.

    4K...IMHO, just too hard to justify for maybe 60fps even though one has the most expensive stuff on the market.

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  • HoermI
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    Interesting to see where RADV / RadeonSI are (mostly) CPU limited and where GPU limited.
    Last edited by HoermI; 12-16-2018, 02:17 PM.

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  • Pentarctagon
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    Interesting that the 1070/ti have a noticeable improvement over the others even at 1080p while the others are mostly even. If I were looking for a new GPU, that would be more useful info than how they perform at resolutions I don't have.

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  • tildearrow
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    Typo:

    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Thrones of Britanna with extreme quality settings at 1080p

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