Future Proof My PC
Can I Run It
Most Demanding Games
Graphic Cards - Desktop
Graphic Cards - Laptop
Graphic Cards - New
Graphic Cards - Compare
Price To Performance
CPU - Desktop
CPU - Laptop
CPU - New
CPU - Compare
Hard Disk Drives
Global Game Awards 2018
Global Game Awards 2017
Global Game Awards 2016
Global Game Awards 2015
Global Game Awards 2014
Global Game Awards 2013
< EMBED >
Monster Hunter World System Requirements
FIFA 19 System Requirements - Check your PC
Assassins Creed Odyssey System Requirements
Global Game Awards 2018 Results - The Best of 2018
Battlefield 5 System Requirements - Can your PC run it?
Anthem System Requirements - Can your computer run
Pro Evo 2019 System Requirements - Can your PC run it?
Missing Games - Please tell us about missing games
Is your CPU, GPU or Hard drive missing from GD? Click here to tell us
Submit accurate Frames Per Second game data to increase your PC accuracy on your profile
Is your Hardware Missing on GD? Report it here
Grand Theft Auto 5 - Can your PC run GTAV?
Shadow of Tomb Raider Requirements - Can your PC run Tomb Raider
Please Support Us And enjoy tonnes of tools and ad free
Post is pinned
Mar 19th 2019 9:53pm
Microsoft is adding variable-rate shading to DX12. Since Turing is the only hardware currently available with it, it's designated differently in code and will still see a performance increase. Any DX12 gpu will show improved performance in supported games, too. (This is part of the original promise that DX12 was supposed to being to the table)
Mar 20th 2019 5:38pm
Uu, that's nice! Though I wasn't a fan of the artifacts I saw in Wolfenstein 2...
Mar 20th 2019 7:25pm
There's actually an explanation for it. Wolfenstein used general hardware addresses, like the DX12 version will have. The Turing specific ones don't have the same issue. I'll find the article they explains it a little more.
Mar 20th 2019 7:30pm
Turing is Tier 2 and allows a more fine grained version that doesn't end up with degrading the image like a Tier 1 would do.