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I'm not 100% convinced that this is just an AMD issue; CompuBench itself seems to be leaning more towards the green in many aspects and from past experience, AMD based updates always come last. Anyway, results are added for my system like this one for instance: //compubench.com/resultdetails.jsp?resultid=53868431 (just add https). You can see all the results for the tests run there. I also posted a screenshot on your ReLive thread.
RE: I'm not 100% convinced that this is just and AMD issue; CompuBench itself seems to be leaning more towards the green in many aspects and from past experience, AMD based updates always come last.
Well I only report what Compubench tell me. I do not think they would deliberately make their benchmarks in favor of AMD or Nvidia.
As for AMD based updates coming last ... I do not know.
You could always contact Compubench to discuss the above using their support as I did.
Thanks for the results. I will get back to Compubench about Local Tone Mapping on the GTX 1080 not being available.
FYI it will not run on GTX780Ti either, but my card reports that it is not supported and no crashing seen.
Compubench response is that the Local Tone Mapping Benchmark 2K and 4K were written using OpenCL 2.0. and therefore Nvidia Cards are unable to run the benchmark at all yet.
Dooh ... I might have been able to spot that that one when I was looking at the logs...
You can see some information about that story here: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/954622/opencl-2-x-support-plans-/
So I am guessing that is another reason for AMD Developers to work with Compubench 2.0 Developers and make sure the Benchmark runs on AMD cards then.
AMD might even be able to ask them to highlight the fact that it is an OpenCL 2.0 Benchmark.
AMD Report Submitted.