Star Wars: Battlefront - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

1440p Testing - GTX 980Ti & AMD R9 Fury X

Star Wars: Battlefront - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

1440p Testing - GTX 980Ti & AMD R9 Fury X

 

Moving to 1440p AMD and Nvidia become almost completely even, with no side giving a notable difference in either visual quality or framerate during gameplay. AMD say that their R9 Fury X was developed with higher resolutions and VR in mind, so I wonder if AMD's results will continue to get better as we crank the resolution up. 

With the ability to push this game to such high framerates at a resolution of 1440p the many 144Hz 1440p FreeSync and G-Sync monitors that have been arriving on the market are seem much more like worthwhile purchase.   

 

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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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