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AMD hypes up its DX12 VR performance in VRMark Cyan Room

Posted on Thursday, November 23 2017 @ 11:09:43 CET by


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Futuremark made its VRMark Cyan Room test available and AMD's Scott Wasson published some benchmarks on the AMD blog that illustrate how the company is beating NVIDIA in this test. AMD attributes the good performance of its cards in this test to the efficiency of DirectX 12.
Because DirectX® 12 offers more direct control over the hardware, the developers at Futuremark could schedule work and arrange resources more optimally to make sure each frame of animation is rendered quickly. Meanwhile, asynchronous compute shaders allow multiple types of work to run on the GPU in overlapping fashion, keeping the graphics processor more fully utilized. That’s especially important for Radeon GPUs, which tend to have big, powerful shader arrays and robust support for asynchronous compute.
Cyan Room is the first major VR benchmark that adopts DirectX 12.

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