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3DMark Time Spy - DX12 Benchmarking for the Masses

By: Anthony Garreffa | Benchmarks in Software | Posted: Jul 14, 2016 5:00 pm

For this benchmark, I decided to split the results into single and multi-GPU. Because I'm testing so many cards, I thought it would be good to see how multi-GPU goes in DX12 with the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark. I didn't have too many AMD cards to test, but the most important one I wanted to test was the new Radeon RX 480 in CrossFire, which I was able to do.




All runs of 3DMark Time Spy are done in 2560x1440, which is a nice starting ground for DX12 benchmarking. I'm happy to see Futuremark hit 1440p minimum for DX12 testing; I would've been pretty disappointed to see 1080p as the default resolution. So kudos to Futuremark for the push towards 1440p.




3DMark Time Spy - 1440p - Single-GPU






3DMark Time Spy - 1440p - Multi-GPU



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