So, just doing my bit to saturate the used GPU market...
selling 5 Vega FEs.. i mined Monero for about 6 months for a bit after the cards were launched.
I stopped mining since i live in Japan.. I was gonna wait until mining profitability returned... but i got lazy and the cards have just sat...
systems with identical hardware specifications, can have drastic performance deltas.
a way to attempt to minimalize the potential for that can be by using constant methods for benchmarking. are they re-imaging the systems with a baseline image and then installing the necessary GPU drivers? are...
it is irrelevant in most cases, however I have seen previous drivers cause issues even when doing a complete uninstall of previous drivers in addition to using driver clean up utilities.
I also don't think I'm striking their methodology, I'm merely inquiring.
I was wondering what HardOcp's testing methodology is:
here is one for example:
This latest review here...
when did this become a trend?? I don't recall reviews here pretending there was no AMD.
AMD was also excluded in the main review, i didn't realize it earlier!
this pretty much says it, (from the first page of the review):
alright it's settled then, no need to include it any further...
no fury x...
many sites are reporting perf improvements with the new drivers
your exclusion of amds product and lack of frame rate varience is why i don't take this site seriously when it comes to reviews..
LTB gaming rig for a friend, he's looking to spend ~$1500.
he's wanting to drive 3 1440p monitors, so GPU(s) is a priority.
computer doesn't have to be built, it can be a collection of parts. case is optional depending on size.
PM me your offers for consideration :)