i5-3570k, AMD RX 480, Win 10 64-Bit @ 1440p

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i5-3570k, AMD RX 480, Win 10 64-Bit @ 1440p

Postby wantfastcars » Thu Jun 30, 2016 4:46 pm

Specs:
Win 10 Pro 64-bit
AMD RX 480
i5 3570k @ 4.6GHz
32GB DDR3-1600
EVGA SuperNova G2 1300W PSU

Settings:
Res: 2560x1440p
AA: Off
AO: Off
Object Detail: Med
Shadows: Low
Effects: Low
Textures: Med
Post Process: Low
Motion Blur: Off
V-Sync: Off

Performance:
Minimum: 17 FPS (right at the starting line)
Max: 83
Average: 64.986

Bought a new GPU and monitor today. Game is running about the same as at 1080p with my old card, just at 1440p now. Funny, buying a ~75% more powerful card and getting a monitor with ~75% more pixels yields the same performance on the same settings, just at a different resolution.
Desktop: i5-3570k @ 4.6GHz, RX 480 8GB, 32GB DDR3-1600, Win 10 Pro
Laptop: i7-4720HQ @ 2.6GHz, GTX970m 6GB, 16GB DDR3-1600, Win 10 Home
Currently Playing: Gravity Rush 2, GRIP, Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- | http://i.imgur.com/FuDx2Un.jpg

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Re: i5-3570k, AMD RX 480, Win 10 64-Bit @ 1440p

Postby Ryu Makkuro » Thu Jun 30, 2016 6:03 pm

wantfastcars wrote:Funny, buying a ~75% more powerful card and getting a monitor with ~75% more pixels yields the same performance on the same settings, just at a different resolution.

Sounds to me like a perfectly logical thing.

I do wonder what #JustAMDthings will happen to you though :D

PS. Screen sync is not V-Sync. At least it doesn't work like V-Sync for me.

PPS. Not sure if you know, but RX 480 pulls more power from PCIe than standards allow, so it may not be too healthy for your motherboard. Just saying.
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