Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by A M D BugBear, Feb 9, 2019.
No difference whatsoever regarding what?
Overall image quality, Anti-aliasing quality, Shimmering, everything.
And what 4K panel are you using? NVM, you're using some old 1600p.
You shouldn't comment about whether games need AA with 4K/8K resolutions if you aren't using a native res monitor to compare. And judging from someone else's vids isn't the same.
Ok here's a video 2080ti vs Radeon VII @ 8k(4320p)
Asked the guy per request, uploaded it rather quickly, difference is kinda staggering:
He still did NOT show the option screen, Asked him to show us, oh well, guess he forgot again lol.
For reference, go back to the dual Titan RTX's video and watch the Resident Evil 2 remake carefully, observe the vram count, Almost a staggering 19gb and carefully look at the fps and watch this video, on the left side, 2080ti while playing RE2 remake, re-observe the fps and vram, something kinda just don't add up, granted the dual titan rtx's probably had his settings to the max, but whats amazing here is the vram, on this video, kinda low for some reason, and yet he don't show his option screen. Even if the settings were at high and no aa, the vram that low @ 8k(low 4gb)??, hmm, also in this video, RE2 Remake on the 2080ti at times showed almost double the performance then the Radeon VII???? and @ 8k @ high settings???? Kinda hard to believe, Anyways, Hopefully next video he will show us his settings in the option screen, I did asked him twice, maybe he might later, anyways enjoy the video, thanks.
Heres the video:
And watch this video again, pay close attn to the vram and fps, despite the settings.
Remember, this is on a dual Titan RTX's, NOT 2080ti's.
Also if anyone else is interested, this is in 4k now, pay close attn again to the vram:
Scaling ain't the greatest here as the card is more then enough to push 4k no problem, that's why the usage isn't using more, also depends on what bits(nvidia inspector profile) he's using, but then again even the usage % don't mean anything cause I ran some testing on my own with different profile with same exact fps, one showed all gpu usage 98-99%, the other like high 60% into the 70% range so can't always go by usage, some people do, on a multiple card setup, every profile is going to work different, and reaction will be different. this is on another graphic cards, not on my 2 1080ti's and not on this game, just saying as reference.