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Radeon HD performance versus GeForce GTX
#1
I've heard the Radeon isn't as good because of optimization in the plug-ins (the author has a GeForce).

How much worse is the performance of, say, a HD 4850 versus a GTX 260.

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#2
Most of those issues have been addressed and the ATI cards perfrom at or nearly at the same level now.
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#3
(06-13-2009, 10:05 PM)KrazyTrumpeter05 Wrote: Most of those issues have been addressed and the ATI cards perfrom at or nearly at the same level now.

no they do not
you can expect 10-15 % less performance on ATIs
plus they do a lot of cpu offloading so here is another 10%
#4
Can a developer confirm either way?
#5
The latest versions of GSDx are supposed to have fixed the issue with ATI performance, so yes, it has been addressed.
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#6
Where is this stated?
#7
It wasnt stated, normal work on the code fixed that and it's been confirmed by users: http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-7517.html?highlight=1322
#8
Ah, that's the thread I was looking for, thank you.
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#9
http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-7517.html
And if i am not mistaken cpu offloading was fixed in one of latest drivers of ati, the txt from drivers say exactly that, not my info but probably easy to confirm.
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#10
CPU offloading has been fixed already, and performance drops too.




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