Nvidia has released the first official benchmarks for this new driver, showcasing the performance gap between AMD’s R9 290X running under Mantle and Nvidia’s 780Ti running with these latest drivers.
Doh. I JUST checked before playing Titanfall. Hopefully thisll get rid of all those dropped frames on my 770 for good.
770 is a beast, What 770 do you have i got the Gigabyte 4gb OC windforce.
EVGA SC edition
Let me join the club. EVGA 4gb classified
The 780 ti beat the R9 290x in benchmarks before the updated drivers
Got some mixed results in Batman:AO. My Average and Maximum FPS increased but my minimum decreased. Very increases, 1 and 2 fps on the Average and Maximum, but a 6fps drop on the minimum. Certainly no 15% increase in performance, but then again I believe this is more for weaker cpu's. I'm running an i7 4770k. It's also a beta driver, so it may get better, we shall see.
Skyrim with ENB mod, went from 42 to 50 fps, nice work Nvidia.
This is what I do not understand. Nvidia makes a product better through software upgrades, by a small yet significant margin. M$ claims to be working on same concept but people scoff at the impossibility of it? I can not logic this?
I think some people are just skeptical on the console side of the dx12 thing, since consoles are already coded to the metal. They don't seem to think even that can improve. But, like all technology, it tends to advance past most people's current understanding until they, themselves can catch up to it. Some will get angry at not understanding something. It's a weird trait some have. The best thing to do is to wait and see if it works or not. That's logical. But we are talking about fanboys. Logic goes out the window, regardless of the brand they choose. I don't have an XB1 but I hope they can pull off what they are claiming, as that would be huge for gaming as a whole. It's going to be huge on pc, at least I think, and am hoping..
Most appropriate response I have ever got off of the internet. Kudos mate.
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