Gear of War: Ultimate Edition Performance Retest - The Game has been Fixed!

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

Gear of War: Ultimate Edition Performance Retest - The Game has been Fixed!

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

 

At 4K we can see the largest performance gains for both AMD and Nvidia with this new patch, with AMD's performance gains really showing how badly optimized this game was at launch for AMD hardware. 

At High settings we see AMD's Fury X move from an average of 19.06 FPS all the way to 39.36FPS, which is a 106% performance increase. While it is great to see that The Coalition have been able to fix AMD's performance in this game, it is pretty damning to be able to have a game so badly optimized at launch for one GPU manufacturer that just two weeks later you can have literally double the performance.  

Now at 4K at Medium and high settings we actually see AMD outperform Nvidia, though only by a small margin, showing how far AMD's performance has come in the last two weeks in this game. 

 

Gear of War: Ultimate Edition Performance Retest - The Game has been Fixed!  

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16-03-2016, 09:59:04

XAZ1
why would you run test with vsync this test is pointlessQuote

16-03-2016, 09:59:57

Dylzan
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Originally Posted by XAZ1 View Post
why would you run test with vsync this test is pointless
All games on the Windows Store currently have forced VSync.Quote

16-03-2016, 10:00:03

WYP
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Originally Posted by XAZ1 View Post
why would you run test with vsync this test is pointless
It is not V-Sync. the game has a framerate cap at monitor refresh. Not V-SyncQuote

16-03-2016, 11:43:29

vidyan
Look at that R9 380, suddenly it went from "The way its mean to be gimped" to "better than 960"Quote

16-03-2016, 12:14:40

Hadex
Looks like OC3D is biased towards AMD. Nvidia was faster so game was broken, now AMD is faster or ties and suddenly game is fixed. Now look at Hitman review - "AMD is simply dominant". Suddenly nothing from with that. Tides have changed and AMD gimping every game.Quote
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