Sorry for the delay but the last set of videos took a long time to process.
I ran a ~ 27 minute recording to show AMD how an old GTX780Ti and old i7-4770K CPU beat performance of:
R9 Fury X on i7-4790K.
RX Vega 64 Liquid on a Ryzen 2700X.
Moving to Windows 10 19.03 makes no difference I did a special install of Windows 10 19.03 yesterday and checked.
Thank you very much colesdav
These are very helpful benchmarking captures! I really hope AMD Radeon will improve on these driver issues, very strange how certain games are showing flaws in their drivers, whereas a game like Battlefield 1 runs perfectly at 80-100FPS with DirectX 11 on Ultra settings with my computer.
I guess certain games use different graphics API function calls for the same thing to render; for example, lighting, etc. which are barely working for new-ish radeon graphics cards.
I know DX9 is problematic in a few games and also slow.
I cant even run Catherine Classic on my AMD GPU I must use my intel gpu for that lol.
zinx I do not know that game, but yes it is really sad!
It is not only DX9, it is OpenGl, DirectX 8, DirectX 9, DirecX 10, DirectX 11, even Direct X 12 (Hitman 2016) where it depends on the game for some reason.
With nvidia drivers performance seems to be more consistent, but with Radeon drivers it is a hit/miss for specific games.
BTW Did you try any games that use the Vulkan API?
I opened another thread here about V-sync issues that I get.
But I didnt try any game but mostly sotware/emulators.
If you know of any game that gets tearing issues with vsync can you respond in my thread?
RE: I opened another thread here about V-sync issues that I get.
please provide a link to the thread. Thanks.