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    AMD Navi GPUs might use Variable Rate Shading tech

    Move indicated by AMD applying for US patent for technique using VRS.
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    Re: AMD Navi GPUs might use Variable Rate Shading tech

    50% increase sounds good.But when will it be available?

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    Re: AMD Navi GPUs might use Variable Rate Shading tech

    Quote Originally Posted by rave_alan View Post
    50% increase sounds good.But when will it be available?
    This is the classic "up to" scenario. It's anything up to 50% so that's anything from zero to 50%. The 50% being a theoretical maximum which will never, ever be reached outside of ideal testing conditions or equations on a blackboard.

    The proof of the pudding is in the real world application and that was ~5%. That's what you can expect to see from this. And that's why people aren't leaping on it immediately to make their games run faster which answers your question about availability.

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    Re: AMD Navi GPUs might use Variable Rate Shading tech

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rave_alan View Post
    50% increase sounds good.But when will it be available?
    This is the classic "up to" scenario. It's anything up to 50% so that's anything from zero to 50%. The 50% being a theoretical maximum which will never, ever be reached outside of ideal testing conditions or equations on a blackboard.

    The proof of the pudding is in the real world application and that was ~5%. That's what you can expect to see from this. And that's why people aren't leaping on it immediately to make their games run faster which answers your question about availability.
    This is so dumb on so many levels. At least you acknowledge it in your name XD

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    Re: AMD Navi GPUs might use Variable Rate Shading tech

    Quote Originally Posted by Usernamist View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rave_alan View Post
    50% increase sounds good.But when will it be available?
    This is the classic "up to" scenario. It's anything up to 50% so that's anything from zero to 50%. The 50% being a theoretical maximum which will never, ever be reached outside of ideal testing conditions or equations on a blackboard.

    The proof of the pudding is in the real world application and that was ~5%. That's what you can expect to see from this. And that's why people aren't leaping on it immediately to make their games run faster which answers your question about availability.
    This is so dumb on so many levels. At least you acknowledge it in your name XD
    Right so you're so clever that you can go around calling people dumb without even justifying why.

    Don't you DARE go calling me a moron unless you can back that up with a justification and an explanation as to why what I've said is wrong. I'm more than happy to be corrected but to go around insulting people like some arrogant smart arse is just... well... arrogant.

    Now, tell me WHY I'm wrong or apologise.

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