Myth debunking (or bunking!) thread. Fermi/kepler/maxwell vs gcn driver perf thread

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Ieldra, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    Anyway. AMD guys can already start testing and recording results (we have more drivers to test anyway and may take a lot of your time).
    nVidia owners will have to wait little bit longer :/ But everyone can check and prepare required benchmarks.

    Info is in UPDATES in post #3.
     
  2. Ieldra

    Ieldra Banned

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    Apologies for the delay, will update OP now

    364.91 - NEWEST
    353.51 - 2015/07/18
    344.75 - 2014/11/18
    331.82 - 2013/11/19
    310.90 - 2013/01/05
    301.10 - 2012/03/23
    197.75 - 2010/05/18 - Fermi (Does not include Kepler)
     
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    Ieldra Banned

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    Bump!
     
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    PrMinisterGR Ancient Guru

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    Is there any chance to set this up in a way that we get raw frame data? Most in-game tests don't provide frame latency data. Setting them up along with something like a complete FRAPS log will add so much more data to process.
     

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    I'm considering making a new thread for this, change it slightly so people can use any game they want as benchmark, so long as they do complete driver testing, if they can provide raw data that would be great as well.
     
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    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    It is easy to get average fps from people as it is measured by game/benchmark itself.
    And we, as of today got no results from anyone... (As far as I know.)

    Test for frame time consistency requires much more data than finding if people made mistake during regular 'avg fps' measurement.
     

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