Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War III PC performance review

1080p Performance

Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War III PC performance review

1080p Performance 

With these results, it is clear that AMD GPUs offer a huge performance advantage over their Nvidia counterparts, with the RX 480 offering similar performance to the GTX 980Ti and the R9 Fury X offering very similar performance levels to the GTX 1080.   

Looking at the low-end of out charts we can also see that the R9 380 dominates the GTX 960, with the 380 offering higher minimum frame rates than the GTX 960 can offer on average. Both vendors have offered "game ready" drivers for this game release, so this performance disparity will likely not change with future driver revisions.   

We can see that everything over a GTX 1060 can offer 60+FPS framerates at 1080p at these settings, though both the R9 380 and GTX 960 were able to offer average framerates of over 60 with lower graphical settings. 

 

Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War III PC performance review  

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Most Recent Comments

29-04-2017, 14:36:48

Dicehunter
Really impressed with the Fury X on the heels of the 1080.Quote

29-04-2017, 14:52:39

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Really impressed with the Fury X on the heels of the 1080.
Me too! It really shows AMD's driver team has come a long way. That bodes well for Vega.Quote

29-04-2017, 17:45:15

Kourgath223
Anyone else think minimum settings looks kinda close to the texture quality of the original Dawn of War?Quote

29-04-2017, 17:55:06

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Me too! It really shows AMD's driver team has come a long way. That bodes well for Vega.
AMDs drivers have been great for years. I suspect the performance of this game is due to great optimization for GCNQuote

29-04-2017, 19:09:31

Kourgath223
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
AMDs drivers have been great for years. I suspect the performance of this game is due to great optimization for GCN
Well more recently it seems AMD is doing a better job of getting drivers out prior to or the day of a games release.Quote
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