Nvidia GeForce 382.58 Vulkan beta Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by dr_rus, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    HU re-tested the Kepler gtx780 and its Vulkan performance, still looks underwhelming. Dont tell me its Vram related becouse gtx1060 3GB have no issues.

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  2. Stormyandcold

    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    I've compared OpenGL and Vulkan in multiplayer and I know exactly what you mean. It's like Vulkan has that little bit more delay in reacting.
     
  3. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    That's right, like additional latency which is still noticeable even on a G-SYNC monitor running the game st over 100 FPS. It would've interesting to see this tested actually.
     
  4. Paulo Narciso

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    I don´t think Gsync is working with vulkan, at least on Doom. Freesync is not working either.
     

  5. Agent-A01

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    G.sync does not magically reduce latency.

    G.sync will never lessen game 'engine' latency
     
  6. dr_rus

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    Vulkan is certainly the same as DX12 - meaning that performance in it mostly depends on how good the renderer is coded for the particular hardware it is running upon. We have more than enough examples of AMD beating NV and NV beating AMD in several games now for everyone to see this.

    Doom's VK renderer is predominately an AMD h/w effort which is pretty clear from AMD exclusive stuff they are using so it's little wonder that it doesn't run as well as OpenGL on NV, and drivers can only do so much to change this.

    That being said, Doom Vulkan is certainly faster on NV h/w _when you are CPU limited_.
     
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    i don´t know... because i certainly are cpu limited because my ancient cpu... i´m using i5 2500k 4.7ghz before january with the same gtx 1080 and yet opengl runs better to me than vulkan too
     
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    can post links now :)

    I'm certainly even more CPU limited then since I'm getting vastly superior performance out of Vulkan.

    some pics

    Mind you these are starting sequences of various missions without any action, so they're quite light on the CPU actually. When fighting demons the difference is even higher.
     
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  9. Keesberenburg

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    I have more fps with Vulkan with driver 382.05 vs OGL. In mission Hell on Mars, wen look in the beginning outside, on that brige i get with OGL 75-80 FPS and with Vulkan 100+ FPS. 2560x1440 144hz. I think cause of me 3820 4core 8 threads?
     
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    Just curious but how many games actually support ( Vulkan ) ?
     

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