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Hey...im a big fan and I like your channel but you dont seem to understand the MAIN intent of the fine wine argument...The argument isnt really about older games improving over time on AMD hardware..Its about how older hardware performs in NEWER games as developers program in advanced AMD and dx12/vulkan features over time..Telling people that the 480 doesnt age as well compared to the 1060 is extremely misleading because the average person doesnt care about minor improvements to games released years ago...does anyone care about gaining 3 fps in say witcher 3? Probably not...They do however obviously care if their GPU can play today's and more importantly tomorrow's games. The proper way to evaluate the biggest impact of GPU's and games over time aka "fine wine" is to take the 10 or 20 most popular AAA games of the year 2 competing gpu's (rx 480/gtx 1060) were released...and compare it to the performance of the top 10 or 20 AAA titles of those same gpu's in 2018...But if you do a quick google search you can see these tests have already been done, by a few different sites...And while using both current and older drivers shows the gtx 1060 winning over the 480 by around 5% in games from 2016, when games from 2018 are tested, especially using vulkan or dx12 the 480 ends up beating the gtx 1060 in the majority of titles...some by a large amount. This isnt the first time we have seen this though..All the way back to the 7970 vs the gtx 680..At the time the 680 won in most games...However if you play todays games the 7970 absolutely destroys the 680, still being able to play most games at high settings at 1080, especially in vulkan/dx12 ...you would be lucky to play most current games at low to medium with a 680..That is what consumers care about, if they have to upgrade to play tomorrows games or not...Im really surprised you missed this...Like I said Im a fan..But you should do a little research and make a correction.
I love the new UberEats delivery charge structure it saves me tons of money. I pay only if it's a restaurant so far away and I really want to order from it. But it's great and brought me back to UberEats.
I’m glad I haven’t bought anything from Nintendo in this last few years. People praise the Switch as if it is a gold bar and their games are good/decent with the exception of a few of them. Overrated console, overrated games, overrated company , and of course, the worst company in terms of consumer friendliness.
About the Nvidia aging.. I think that main reason we still see improvements is because it's still current generation. AMD is FineWine not because they improve better while the product is selling but because they keep improving the product years after it is no longer being made and sold. This is partly because of how similar AMD GCN GPUs were and improvement for new GPU will likely bring some speed up even to my trusty R9 270, which is GCN 1 but I suspect that Nvidia deliberately stops improving GPUs once new line up releases to incite people to upgrade. It's not like it would be out of character for them.. :/
Hey ...im a big fan and I like your channel but you dont seem to understand the MAIN intent of the fine wine argument...The argument isnt really about older games improving over time on AMD hardware..Its about how older hardware performs in NEWER games as developers program in advanced AMD and dx12/vulkan features over time..Telling people that the 480 doesnt age as well compared to the 1060 is extremely misleading because the average person doesnt care about minor improvements to games released years ago...does anyone care about gaining 3 fps in say witcher 3? Probably not...They do however obviously care if their GPU can play today's and more importantly tomorrow's games. The proper way to evaluate the biggest impact of GPU's and games over time aka "fine wine" is to take the 10 or 20 most popular AAA games of the year 2 competing gpu's (rx 480/gtx 1060) were released...and compare it to the performance of the top 10 or 20 AAA titles of those same gpu's in 2018...But if you do a quick google search you can see these tests have already been done, by a few different sites...And while using both current and older drivers shows the gtx 1060 winning over the 480 by around 5% in games from 2016, when games from 2018 are tested, especially using vulkan or dx12 the 480 ends up beating the gtx 1060 in the majority of titles...some by a large amount. This isnt the first time we have seen this though..All the way back to the 7970 vs the gtx 680..At the time the 680 won in most games...However if you play todays games the 7970 absolutely destroys the 680, still being able to play most games at high settings at 1080, especially in vulkan/dx12 ...you would be lucky to play most current games at low to medium with a 680..That is what consumers care about, if they have to upgrade to play tomorrows games or not...Im really surprised you missed this...Like I said Im a fan..But you should do a little research and make a correction. thanks
i got the solution for any console game old from 10 years or more compagnie should offer roms service for small feed for each game ranging around 1-5$ lol they make millions in no time damm don't they know how to make money nitendo wake-up by rnd those roms are run for peanuts lol but sure lot of people love them;) at least my favorite site not close lol.
Huh i always thought dark mode was always on windows like classic mode, but in a black version. I always set my task bar to black and explore to the dark grey. The night light has definitely been there for over a year though since i always have it on. The youtube white background is the worse when getting screen headaches.
So if your graphics card was allowed to work harder and get more hash rate you wouldn’t expect more money for your work? To ask drivers doing UberEats to not start getting compensated for getting food from further distances for you is the same thing. This is allowing drivers using their own cars to get a more fair earning for driving those longer distances to get your food to you.
Lol, the 480 isn't 3 gen old. It's not even 1 gen old. The 580 is the exact same card with higher power limit, therefore higher clock. Vega isn't a replacement for the 480 either. The 480 is actually current gen technology since AMD hasn't released a new version of Polaris. Also, the 1060 & 480 were released at nearly the same time, so I don't see how that isn't fair either.
AMD is still refining drivers for Polaris just like Nvidia is for Pascal.
As for fine wine, with nVidia we know for sure when they bring the replacement for the GTX 1060 then you can forget about it performance improvements as nVidia normally throw their last Gen cards under the bus and focus on their current Gen.
I think roms are morally ok if you either own the game on a platform that you also own and have in your possession, or if there is no way to get the game because it is out of print and not being offered by the games publisher. Nintendo virtual console is needed for the switch!
the problem is, Nvidia provides short-term support, and performance suffers shortly after a generation is replaced. My HD7870 from 2012 beats the hell out of gtx660 which was its direct competitor back in the day. Hell, it still hold its own against gtx960 and gtx1050. Talk about FIneWine.
EmuParadise has the biggest retro ROM library, the thing is if you want to get those ROMs for a very big portion it is the only place to get them, heck you can't buy them anymore and well most people that use those ROMs either already own those ROMs or would love to, but it is impossible, so Nintendo +#¢[ you
Funny how there's so many nvidia fanboys cheering that it's better than AMD when it's only the 1080ti and titans that are better. Sorry but you can't compare a 700-1200$ price range GPU to what AMD has to offer. Its like comparing bugatti to a Mustang. smh.
Rip Emuparadise it really sucks that it's down. Hopefully they just get rid of the Nintendo games so they can keep the ps1, ps2, and Sega console roms there so that they don't get sued by nintendo and preserve these games when the discs get disc rot. I don't just play games from my childhood but games I find that I didn't know or played back then like Gex, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer, No One Can Stop Mr.Domino, WipeOut, Twisted Metal, Klonoa, etc. It's hard to find modern games I'm interested in.
It looked more like AMD was tightening their lows which costed them some overall performance.
What was that graphics card NVIDIA did a driver update for that got like 30% improvement was that a titan or something? I think this really is showing that NVIDIA had a lot to improve on in the first place and just didnt put out their best to begin with.
Where as AMD has seemed to be fighting an uphill battle the whole time. After all AMD is small and likely cant afford to hire the engineers they need to improve their GPUs and software.
I'm gonna be honest, yeah it affects me that emuparadise and other related websites are being taken down. I know I'm a criminal for pirating games. My honest reason for doing so is I just cannot afford to buy games. I live in a third world country where the minimum wage is 4.25$ and after paying the bills and calculating monthly food consumption I have 24$ extra. I have 10 for medical emergencies and another 10 for personal use. 4$ goes to saving up for clothes, shoes or pants if I need to buy new ones. If not I include it on my personal savings. So.. yeah. I apologize to the companies I know I'm stealing but I honestly like their games, I support them thru positive messages. I know it still does not excuse me from my illegal acts. I just love gaming and If I could afford it I would in a heart beat pay.
...30% isn't too bad is it?- given they have to invest in the hardware and maintenance? Just wondering how much servers and storage costs- everyone has to balance their books from streamers/ posters to their server owners themselves. Imagine the phone/internet bill!?!.. Uber is setting drivers up for unemployment. Autonomous vehicles = no workers, but the workers make the brand... So UFD tech discussion: how do servers make money..?
On the subject of driver improvement. I do think the fact that the GTX 1060 is still current gen has an impact on it. I think a big part of the "amd ages better" is down to how little support Nvidia have traditionally given to older generation cards. I wonder how the gtx 970 would perform in the same tests.
how about comparing AMD Vega 56 drivers to GTX 1070 drivers? At launch the V56 was below the 1070 performance but 9 months later the V56 is trading blows with a 1070ti. Vega 64 has similarly increased and is now trading blows with a 1080 instead of a 1070ti at launch...
Nvidia do more things in driver, while amd do more things on card. so driver will make bigger different for nvidia. Also latest game version will optimise for latest drivers and may cost performance on old drivers, compair it without using game version around same time is pointless.
I ran my r9 390 Sapphire with 17.10.1 drivers until few days ago, when i updated to 18.5.1.
I did a 3 rounds run on firestrike and consistently got 13 875 GPU score, after updating to the new drivers i now get 14 730. Sure this is just firestrike, but that is 6.1% improvement from drivers alone in firestrike.
I now have with mild 9% overclock same score as a stock 980 GTX. And the price difference when i bought my GPU was huge. 980 gtx was about 150-200$ more expensive than r9 390
i have an amd R9 280x gpu and the latest gpu adrenaline drivers blacked the screen so the drivers did not support the card anymore so had to roll it back to 18.5.1 now i upgraded to a 1070ti on my fx-9370 amd cpu with 16gb mem.. and it runs beautifully!
I was angry about the GPU news because I was rooting for AMD 580 but then it hit me. My PC is have 1060 and this should be good news WTF am I thinking!! 😶
WELL I wanted to buy 580 but yeah last year Mining was HOT!!
GPU choise is indeed a tough decision now, you can expect the next gen amd cards next year with the 7nm process which is really promising and after that a new line up of nvidia cards in 2020 or even at the end of 2019, and those will be the real deal in FPS boost unlike this 20 series.
I use ROMs, and most of the ones that I use I either own or own; but is in limbo in the basement or storage. I had to get rid of some of the original consoles. That means ROMs are the most feasible option for me.
Kistuszek No, price-performance was never the name of the game. I have an R9 290 since, I don't know 2013. An RX 580 could well be the best price-performance of all time but it is worthless to me, because it's not a noticeable upgrade.
"How much more performance can I get?" is path dependent; it depends on what you already have. The value proposition depends on what you already have. Generally, if it's not 2-3 times faster I don't bother with it. At this time, that's like a Titan V and I'm not willing to pay for that. I could easily afford to, but it's not going to be a better-enough experience that I wouldn't rather save my money.
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