Star Wars: Battlefront - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

Ultra Settings - GTX 980Ti & R9 Fury X

Star Wars: Battlefront - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

Ultra Settings - GTX 980Ti & R9 Fury X

 

Looking at the framerate results from the R9 Fury X and the GTX 980Ti really shows how neck and neck these two GPUs really are, though we cannot deny that Nvidia have the advantage at 1080p.  

It is great to be able to see framerates as high as this from such a beautiful modern title, especially since it seems to scale well onto lower end hardware. Not many games can have an minimum framerate of over 30FPS at 4K on the highest presets. 

 

*This has been updated with Results using AMD's new Radeon Software Crimson Driver

AMD Radeon Software Crimson   

New Radeon Software Drivers (Above), Day 1 Catalyst 15.11.1 Driver (Below)

Star Wars: Battlefront - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

 

  

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19-11-2015, 09:21:32

SPS
The high-res, low preset images of Endor links point back to the previous set of screenshots.

BTW the effort put into these performance/graphical reviews are outstanding.Quote

19-11-2015, 09:42:09

WYP
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Originally Posted by SPS View Post
The high-res, low preset images of Endor links point back to the previous set of screenshots.

BTW the effort put into these performance/graphical reviews are outstanding.
Fixed, and thank you.Quote

19-11-2015, 09:54:44

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by SPS View Post
The high-res, low preset images of Endor links point back to the previous set of screenshots.

BTW the effort put into these performance/graphical reviews are outstanding.

I agree, Mark is a bit of a legend because these articles reviews were all his ideaQuote

19-11-2015, 11:02:35

Wraith
Kudos Mark this is epic again just like the Fall Out 4 comparison, these late nights are really paying off still soooo tired tough.Quote

19-11-2015, 11:18:32

AlienALX
Not sure I will buy/play this as it's too online/other people focused but thanks for doing this Mark. It's very cool that OC3D has a bencher with both cards to put out the real figures Quote
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