Tom Clancy's The Division DirectX 12 PC Performance Review

4K Performance

Tom Clancy's The Division DirectX 12 PC Performance Review

4K Performance

Moving up to 4K we can now see that AMD's R9 Fury X now outperforms Nvidia's GTX 1070 and 980Ti, though the Fury X now loses performance when using the new graphical API.  

Now all GPUs tested cannot run the game at framerates over 60FPS with a significant reduction in graphical setting being required to achieve an average framerate that is over 60FPS. 

   

Tom Clancy's The Division DirectX 12 PC Performance Review  

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10-11-2016, 12:45:19

AlienALX
Is it me or are the red bars showing DX 12 and DX 11 averages identical in colour? how are we supposed to know which is which?

Ed. OK I guess the one on top of the white or gray is the corresponding one to the API? so DX12 sucks balls basically.Quote

10-11-2016, 13:29:11

WYP
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Is it me or are the red bars showing DX 12 and DX 11 averages identical in colour? how are we supposed to know which is which?

Ed. OK I guess the one on top of the white or gray is the corresponding one to the API? so DX12 sucks balls basically.
Sorry about that, I guess the colour don't looks as similar on some screens. Or perhaps my colour acuity is better than average.

I'll redo the graphs and reupload them. (graphs have been reuploaded for more contrast)Quote

10-11-2016, 13:32:28

AlienALX
Thanks man I appreciate that. Quote

10-11-2016, 13:42:56

WYP
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Thanks man I appreciate that.
No problem mate. It will solve the problems for other readers and I can now look out for the problem in the future.Quote

10-11-2016, 15:24:06

Kourgath223
OK so looks like the same story as with a number of other implementations of DX12 AMD gains a few FPS on average while Nvidia takes a bit of a hit in DX12 mode.Quote
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