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  • 18-Way Radeon GPU Benchmarks On Ubuntu 17.10 With Linux 4.14 + Mesa 17.4-dev

    Phoronix: 18-Way Radeon GPU Benchmarks On Ubuntu 17.10 With Linux 4.14 + Mesa 17.4-dev

    Continuing on in our fresh Radeon Linux graphics benchmarks in commemorating 10 years of AMD's open-source driver strategy with already showing how the driver compares to the old Catalyst/fglrx and Ubuntu 14.04 to 17.10 OpenGL tests, up next is an 18 way graphics card comparison of both old and new Radeon graphics cards while using the very latest Linux driver stack.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=25451

  • stiiixy
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    Originally posted by oleyska View Post

    290 does 1440 flawlessly, like Wolfenstein new order does nice in 1440p but for todays titles it starts to feel dated.
    RX580 is the same kinda performance.
    To answer my own question, according t ye ol wikipaedia, specifically the following link, which was the only one to mention resoutions, the RadeonHD 5000/Evergreen series wasth firstto support higher than 1080 resolutions.

    So yeah, seeing this exact same testdone with exact same softwareenvironment done with higher-than-1080 resolutions would be very interesting.

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  • Ansla
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    What makes you think 550/560 are capable of more? They are low budget (and low TDP) cards after all with several times less raw computing power compared to the 570/580.

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  • linuxgeex
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    Wow what's up with the 550/560 numbers? Is that some sort of scheduler problem preventing the CPU from being fully utilized for those cards? Is this actually representative of the state of the driver quality for the 550/560? I don't want to harass bridgman about 4-gen-old cards creaming 1-gen-old cards yet again...

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  • oleyska
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    Originally posted by stiiixy View Post
    What in AMDs range was the first to support more than 1080? A follow up article expanding on the hardware advancement with the same tests and driver versions showing the cards at their native higher reses with reference back to this article would be interesting.
    290 does 1440 flawlessly, like Wolfenstein new order does nice in 1440p but for todays titles it starts to feel dated.
    RX580 is the same kinda performance.

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  • nomadewolf
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    Originally posted by theriddick View Post
    Doesn't give too much incentive to upgrade to Vega really, if AMD release a Vega64 Nano ITX card then I will be interested. but I don't think that is ever going to happen. Straight to Navi it seems for me....
    Or maybe next year Vega becomes the RX 680. And with a new price,, maybe it makes sense.
    It should also undervolt fairly well by then.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
    Get this test suite running on PHP 7.x already.
    It's supported PHP7 since before PHP 7.0 was released...... What problem are you having?

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  • stiiixy
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    What in AMDs range was the first to support more than 1080? A follow up article expanding on the hardware advancement with the same tests and driver versions showing the cards at their native higher reses with reference back to this article would be interesting.

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  • humbug
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    Haha, fun to see Vega smashing past 1000fps in portal.


    Originally posted by theriddick View Post
    Doesn't give too much incentive to upgrade to Vega really
    Ya, Vega is not targetted at users gaming at 1080p.

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  • boxie
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    Originally posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
    Get this test suite running on PHP 7.x already.
    I have been using it on php7.1 for a while now - what issues are you seeing?

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