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Quoting: damarrinNew machine, same gfx card as before (score 3172). No OC.

that 980ti is doing extremely good, considering that Liam's old 980ti did 2900pts or so (on 2017), seems that Nvidia drivers have improved a lot. Or maybe Ryzen cpus squeeze more performance out of them.

Last edited by The_Aquabat on 6 September 2020 at 2:43 pm UTC

pete910 7 Sep

Quoting: The_Aquabat
Quoting: damarrinNew machine, same gfx card as before (score 3172). No OC.

that 980ti is doing extremely good, considering that Liam's old 980ti did 2900pts or so (on 2017), seems that Nvidia drivers have improved a lot. Or maybe Ryzen cpus squeeze more performance out of them.

Different version so cant say if driver or not really , Need to run Ver 1.0 and Ver 1.1 on same machine to see if there's a difference to be sure .

Last edited by pete910 on 7 September 2020 at 7:25 pm UTC

Vinouch 10 Sep

OMG !

It perform better with wine Vulkan/DXVK !

DXVK :

link

Same machine, on Linux :

link

Last edited by Vinouch on 10 September 2020 at 2:20 pm UTC

The_Aquabat 10 Sep

Quoting: VinouchOMG !

It perform better with wine Vulkan/DXVK !

DXVK :


and that's the reason why I bought AMD, DXVK just works way better.

Xpander 10 Sep

This is also on nvidia. Its the directX version of the benchmark that just performs better than openGL. And you dont loose much with DXVK translation. OpenGL isnt just up to scratch for this heavy thing. Probably also a lot less optimized.

Vinouch 10 Sep

It perform better on Linux DXVK than on Windows native Directx 11
On my windows 7 directx 11 : 3659
On my Linux DXVK : 3801
https://www.gamingonlinux.com/forum/topic/2683/post_id=29621
So, the better score I got is on Linux DXVK

Last edited by Vinouch on 10 September 2020 at 7:53 pm UTC

Xpander 10 Sep

Yeah cause AMD windows divers just suck in dx11 and windows bloat will probably kill some perf also, depends on your system ofc, how clean it is etc


edit: you can also test with DXVK on windows to see if windows is the issue or AMD DX11 drivers just suck :)
just drop the d3d11.dll and dxgi.dll into the superposition folder, next to executable and try

Last edited by Xpander on 11 September 2020 at 8:01 am UTC

Vinouch 14 Sep

Quoting: Xpanderyou can also test with DXVK on windows... just drop the d3d11.dll and dxgi.dll into the superposition folder, next to executable and try
I'm interesting. Where to get these two files? Chance to work on dx11 games?

Xpander 14 Sep

Quoting: Vinouch
Quoting: Xpanderyou can also test with DXVK on windows... just drop the d3d11.dll and dxgi.dll into the superposition folder, next to executable and try
I'm interesting. Where to get these two files? Chance to work on dx11 games?

from here: https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk/releases
just make sure you use the correct ones. for 64bit games the 64bit ones.. though i dont think there are many 32bit games these days anyway.

Also windows is not officialy supported DXVK, some games might not work like that.

Vinouch 14 Sep

I run the benchmark successfully with DXVK on windows, so I compared all my tests.

Here my results.

System:
Linux Ubuntu 20.04.1 kernel 5.8.7 + Mesa 20.3
Windows 7 + AMD driver 20.8.3
i5-2500 + RX 5600 XT overclocked

link

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