Its not that bad i think. I forgot to try dlss 2.4.13.
Doom Eternal raytracing on/off. Nightmare textures, dlss quality.
Will increasing the shader cache in nvcp actually help with stuttering?
Didnt notice any performance difference in spiderman remaster/miles morales.
Gonna test more games but so far so good.
Amd sponsored or not there is no reason why game dont have dlss support.
He'll find something else to annoy him :D
Why only 3? Lets ask Hilbert to include all of them. :p
If he did include all the games i mentioned and more extensive review it would show nvidia even in better light.
So yeah guru3d and hardware...
Hilbert rt games of choice are questionable. Cyberpunk sure but formula and watch dogs instead of control, doom, dying light 2, spiderman?
Rasterized performance is number one and every review should point that out. Raytracing is just a bonus and few titles that actually worth should...
Great games all three. Second one had its issues with the performance on void engine tho.
Card isnt without its issues as well. Last week it was blackscreening and now its flashing.
Graphics are incredible it could easily pass as a UE5 game. I hope they fix the stuttering issues im willing to the game a try.
Yeah they need to put more emphasis on rt testing but their reviews are honest and simple which i like. Everything he said about shity gpu like...
Had a r9 280x vapor-x back in the day im glad its making a comeback.
Still one of the best unless your an nvidia shill then not so much.
Zen4 x3d is rumored to have three times more L3 cache. Sounds to good to be true. Maybe double.
Developers aways use a target resolution for the system req. When you gonna learn!
Whats up with that system req? 3080 for 1080p 60fps and dlss is just crazy.
12gb 7700xt could be interesting card if priced right. When it gets fsr3.0 and frame generation it could be viable for rt.