DirectX 12 Explicit Multi-GPU Performance Review with Ashes of the Singularity

4K Testing with the Nvidia GTX 980Ti + AMD R9 Fury X

DirectX 12 Explicit Multi-GPU Performance Review with Ashes of the Singularity

4K Testing with the Nvidia GTX 980Ti + AMD R9 Fury X

 

What we see here at 4K is a very similar situation to what we have seen in the previous lower resolution setups with the GTX 980Ti and R9 Fury X Explicit Mulit-GPU setups, with the setup at a 4K resolution only being a mere 22FPS lower than the 1080p low results, which is not a big drop when moving from 1080p to 4K.

Sadly at 4K this game is a massive VRAM hog, so the 4GB frame buffer on the R9 Fury X is simply too small to play the game at higher settings at 4K, but given the beta nature of this game this is something that may be fixed in the future.

Being able to achieve an average framerate of over 60FPS at 4K is usually a very difficult task, even at low settings, so it really means a lot when we can achieve almost a 100FPS average at 4K with two non-matching GPUs.     

  

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24-02-2016, 13:18:03

Tripp
Wow didn't think this would be allowed to work, I wonder how long until nvidia stop thisQuote

24-02-2016, 14:00:50

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Tripp View Post
Wow didn't think this would be allowed to work, I wonder how long until nvidia stop this
I don't think they can. It's a Dx12 feature.Quote

24-02-2016, 14:06:36

Tripp
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
I don't think they can. It's a Dx12 feature.
never say neverQuote

24-02-2016, 14:10:07

WYP
The benchmark will go live to the public tomorrow, it would be a big deal if Nvidia removed a feature.

All Nvidia would be doing by disabling the option would be to harm consumers, though they will try to spin it in a positive way for them.

if they remove the feature myself and plenty of other tech writers will flame them for it, as removing a feature is bad for consumers.Quote

24-02-2016, 14:12:23

Tripp
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
The benchmark will go live to the public tomorrow, it would be a big deal if Nvidia removed a feature.

All Nvidia would be doing by disabling the option would be to harm consumers, though they will try to spin it in a positive way for them.

if they remove the feature myself and plenty of other tech writers will flame them for it, as removing a feature is bad for consumers.
they have done it before though right? and Nvidia do genrally get away with a fair share of dodgy sh*tQuote
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