Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Nov 4, 2016.
I AM HAVING AN ISSUE THEREFORE THIS GAME IS 100% BROKE.
Thanks for that.
The RX 480 results were with driver version 16.11.1. There's 16.11.2 out now .
Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.2 Highlights
Support For: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
Improved Shader Cache storage limit. This will allow the Shader Cache feature to store more shaders for extremely demanding games that may have previously hit the old storage cap.
Wonder what difference that would make.
Yeah I didn't have to wait, I just had to shell out an extra $200 dollars for the 290x since AMD stubbornly refused to drop the price until around february 2015. You didn't think it through at all, did you?
And I don't know exactly what you're 'stalking' about, sounds like you found a random post and misinterpreted it. I was probably talking in light of lower expectations for the 780Ti.
Who the hell brings out a year old argument in the first place? Not sure why you're getting salty over me replying to a different user.
Yes, I see now that Hilbert wrote the FPS is all over the place and other reviews have different results. Weird.
That could be the case. The $ is always in consoles.
25% DOOM OpenGL
As I said I don't think there is anything to this. This title may just take more advantage of the extra ROPs the 980 has.
The issue seems to be compute, not graphics.
Most DX12 titles look to be leaning that way.
"Rad the full article here"
You guys need to proofrad your articles.
Not if the article is rad.
The article was totally rad!
It's no issue for AMD users . It doesn't slow down cards without the feature, it just means they can't take advantage of the performance it affords. It's also something NVidia would hate to implement, which they can, because it would be an admission the issue was at their end. Maybe they'll try killing off the use of async like they did with DirectX 10.1. Since async has proved successful if it disappears in future games, especially NVidia titles, it will show that is exactly way NVidia are trying to do again.
It was not AMD fault the prices were high, back then miners craziness was at maximum levels...and 290X was their favorite choice.
Yeah you're right, in all fairness I'm a bit behind when it comes to the recent benchmarks.
Most of the miner frenzy had already died down until then, I was referring to the actual MSRP being too high. The cards were around $500.
COD is more " nvidia title " like others COD ...