NVIDIA vs. Radeon Vulkan & OpenGL Performance With A Celeron, Pentium & Core i7
Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 13 July 2017. Page 6 of 6. 22 Comments

Lastly with The Talos Principle we don't find much of a difference between the Kabylake processors tested while for both the RX 580 on RadeonSI/RADV and the GTX 1060 with the NVIDIA driver, the Vulkan performance was superior to OpenGL.

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