JVC RS4500 | ST130 G4 135" | MRX 720 | MC303 MC152 | 6.1.4: B&W 802D3, 805D3, 702S2 | 4x15 IB Subs
Using the same madVR settings, he has a 2080 (regular) and I have a 1080TI so for madVR the two graphics cards should be about the same. I have a 4790k and he has an i9-7960X. When we both run D3D11, on the same file, we both get around 20ms render times with the same settings. When we both run NONE, I get the same 20ms render and he gets 11ms render.it's faster and more reliable to look at GPU-Z. the current release driver may just ignore this setting making it hard to test right now... i have 1 user confirming this issue and no one claimed they don't have this issue yet.
there is always a change something is terrible buggy on that system and d3d11 works like a hand break.
but d3d11 should be equal or faster.
yes. every feature should work with none.
So the thinking on the power state in the graphics card here is that since the graphics card can keep up with the load on lower pstate, it just keeps lower pstate to save power, right? So if I play back a 60fps file which requires 16.67ms render times, if it's just pstate issue, the graphics card should up the power automatically since it needs more horsepower to just keep up, right? Would that also be a good test to compare NONE vs D3D11 at 60fps?