Oh, great. A fake 4k, like console. Lower resolution to gain frames and do an upscale.
Oh, boy... Visual are better with DLSS off and Ray Tracing off. (pay attention, my opinion).
I saw RTX 2060 for 1080p 60fps? Ok. I'll pass. Better see Pele's movie on tv.
Like it more than 64.
I can't get the point here. :stewpid:
We can use FP16 in minor features that not require FP32. It's so simple to think.
A new icon in my desktop?
Better do a banner in catalyst panel control or install's box.
But, I can't see a really bad problem here.
Could this mean... "5% less is nice" or "10% less performance is nice"?
Well, for market's benefit (us), I will hope for equal performance.
Only reference cards has one.
Core i3 @ 4.8GHz
Core i5 @ 4.8GHz
Core i7 @ 4.8GHz
Overclocked Intel vs a stock 4GHz Ryzen (1800?). I really hate this.
Is in 3D Mark's Vulkan better on GTX 1060 than RX 480?
Well... can Futuremark fix Vulkan games on my GTX 1060 to make this real?
Oh, man. Are you like your avatar?
Get better soon.
No performance gain in GTX 1060, but no loss.
Palit GTX 1060 with no issues, but no factory's overclocking.
RE 5's visual is far more better than RE 6.
Another round to DX12 crossfire or SLI support.
Dude... your VSYNC is ON.
It's an 4-way 970's SLI. 2x970 SLI (two sli of GTX 970 cards). Bad text.
AMD in consoles, your own APUs, your own GPUs, in others CPUs...
Is it a new monopoly? I like it.
Shhhh.... R9 390X have 8GB of VRAM! Ask for everybody. :heh:
Async computing will work here.