They split games in 3 tiers ATMI don't really see the suggested performance deficit being limited to DX11 only tbh.
There are plenty of DX12/VK results where A380 seem to perform just as badly as in DX11 in comparison to Nv/AMD.
Yeah, well, from TPU's suite there seem to be only two games in tier 1? CP2077 and Metro Exodus (not EE).They split games in 3 tiers ATM
Tier 1: DX12/Vulkan they've had time to optimize
Tier 2: DX12/Vulkan they haven't optimized yet
Tier 3: DX11 and older APIs
I'm assuming it's a patch, has it been released yet?Edit: Or Hitman 3, supposedly a game which partnered with Intel.
Guess we'll have to wait to see how much more if at all those cards will cost.The optional HDMI 2.1 is disappointing. I was hoping to get it for cheap on a 3xx entry level card.
They are half a year off their original *publicly announced* schedule though.I think they are being rushed out the door before the window of opportunity is gone, without much care to any kind of success other than to get some awareness out there and so they can gain experience. No doubt the next generation is coming along. This year's cards are going to be fun curiosities but it's the wrong choice if you want great gaming value.
The videos above want you to join in and be proud of them as they work hard to make progress. Develop that warm fuzzy delusion that you are helping the underdog hehe. With hardware you need performance today, not tomorrow when the vastly improved next gen hardware is going to replace yours.