Project Cars INFERIAL performance

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by klaupe, May 7, 2015.

  1. xacid0

    xacid0 Master Guru

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    Tried this few days ago comparing Win8.1 vs Win10 with 15.7 driver.

    I ran 1 lap replay using dashboard camera at Bathurst for more consistent result.
     
  2. fish

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    nice results!

    I found that 15.7.1 produce even better results on win 10, not sure about 8.1
     
  3. xacid0

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    I'll try to add 15.7.1 result later.
     
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    Catalyst 15.7.1 with Win10. Yeah, gained a couple more.
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  5. PrMinisterGR

    PrMinisterGR Ancient Guru

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    These are actually huge differences, especially the 1%.
     
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    Thanks for doing the test, Great to see some hard figures in a controlled test ;)
     
  7. Blackfyre

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    Honestly after clean installing Windows 10 and setting up all the games, I feel like my 7970 has been reborn and upgraded. The performance differences are very noticeable. Maybe max FPS hasn't changed that much, but in every game where I experienced micro-stuttering, I no longer experience micro-stuttering (From Fifa 15, to Witcher 3, to GTA 5), and games like Project Cars where our LOW fps used to be really low, now it's sitting at manageable levels which allow for a really smooth experience.

    It's definitely driver related, and I'm confident it's the API Overhead improvements that have contributed to most of the improvements we're seeing now under Windows 10 (not all of the improvements, but yeah, definitely most).
     
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    That RAM timing though.... :p
     
  9. N0bodyOfTheGoat

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    -dx11mt performance looks pretty good using Cat 15.7.1 drivers, very little in it between multi-thread and default single thread for me, possibly a bit smoother.
     
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    on 15.7.1 driver in w10, the cf profile is disabled!
     

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    i did some research in this thread but i didn't find a solution, basically i'm playing project cars with a very strong 60 fps but the game often looks like it goes down to 30fps but afterburner still shows that the game runs at a very strong 60 fps.
     

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