NVIDIA 375 vs. RADV+RadeonSI Mesa 13.1-dev Vulkan Benchmarks For Ending 2016
Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 20 December 2016. Page 4 of 4. 15 Comments

Lastly is The Talos Principle at 1080p.

For the OpenGL results, the R9 285 / RX 480 / R9 Fury were all fitting in between the GTX 960 and GTX 970 for performance. This is with the latest 64-bit The Talos Principle featuring all of the latest improvements as of this past week.

Under Vulkan with The Talos Principle, the frame-rates were higher than with the OpenGL renderer and OpenGL drivers. The R9 Fury went from 31 FPS to 36 FPS while the GTX 1080 went from 52 to 74 FPS. Some of the NVIDIA cards were failing to run with this latest Talos Principle update when using Vulkan.

There wasn't much of a difference with the OpenGL vs. Vulkan CPU usage for The Talos Principle.

Those are the latest Vulkan/OpenGL and AMD/NVIDIA Linux results to share today. Stay tuned for more end-of-year testing shortly plus other comparisons -- including a larger RadeonSI vs. NVIDIA OpenGL comparison with more hardware. If you enjoy such comparisons, consider joining Phoronix Premium this holiday season.

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