Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Glidefan, Mar 31, 2019.
or Good & Affordable -> depends on the angle
Sure it does but for general populace it doesn't really work like that. It's usually "what is wrong with it when it's that cheap?". We the enthusiast community is so small part of it all.
Many ppl have only 99-199€ budged for their GPU.
Look at 560/570/580 970/1060/1050Ti sales
BTW Enthusiast know that this is not their target... Tech is cool but the price is not.
There's no bad tech only bad prices...
400$ 5700xt, 350$ 5700
Better buys than the competition. And I don’t think that they’re the replacement for Polaris. They’re halfway between Polaris and Vega as far as product placement, and their prices reflect that. Vega discounts notwithstanding, of course
290x is just refusing to die. One of the best gpus this decade.
TFLOPS without hussle
Runs best on Navi & Vega
But where is the magic switch?
Not found in the registry or in *.Json Adrenalin...
Its amazing how more and more games are refleting what amd can do and optimized for GCN, maybe devs finally god fed up with Nvidia closed ecosystem
More likely that due to AMD dominance in console market, game devs are learning how to code for GCN / RDNA, and parallel processing, instead of the older NVIDIA methodology.
OnnA, can you explain why?
it's for Best all around tW to Clock.
e.g. 1668MHz/1120HBM with 0% can not exceed 180-200tW in Heavy scenario.
Im always advising Cool & Quiet Gaming.
Do not torture Your H/W
Just in case, that I asked about "WattMan is set to Custom", not about using PL..)
What reason to use "Custom" instead of default "Balanced" with OverdriveNTool?
AFAIK Only when Custom is in use -> You got all the benefits of using OverdriveN Tool or similar soft (otherwise it will overwrite the Tweaker settings).
Simply put, when Custom is used You got full control of everything.
Spoiler: Here my BFV Profile
There must be a way of enabling this on Vega.
I waiting for the same on Polaris
Working now !
Ok I've got some help (here is working solution):
1. Download ffx_a.h and ffx_cas.h from the GPUOpen repository (click "Raw" then you can Ctrl-S the file)
2. Download my wrapper shader and save it as FidelityFX_CAS.fx (same again, "Raw" then save, and rename it to FidelityFX_CAS.fx)
3. Put all three files in your ReShade 4.x shader folder (ffx_a.h | ffx_cas.h | FidelityFX_CAS.fx)
4. Shift+F2 then Tweak the sharpness of the parameter FidelityFX_CAS to your liking.
There is another config for FidelityFX_CAS (rename it also) use one or another.
-> https://pastebin.com/iUmDXTVP (Raw then Ctr+S and rename it)
Ported FidelityFX CAS to ReShade so anyone can use it, with nearly any game
THX to user u/jsheard
Wow! The power of open source!
WHQL Driver Test comparison:
Adrenalin 19.6.2 Vs 19.5.2 Vs 19.7.1
Zen 8/16 at 3.95GHz | 3466 CL14 1T GD |
TS (19.5.2 Not tested)
FS no Tess (My Best so far - 19.7.1 is a winner) [1770MHz/1131mV | 1150HBM2/981mV]
Spoiler: OC UV & Mem Tweak