Clevo + eGPU results

Discussion in 'e-GPU (External Graphics) Discussion' started by ccarollo, Oct 14, 2018.

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  1. Danishblunt

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    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/4670417/spy/3766000



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    What are you getting at?? Do you even bother reading posts?

    I said his modded GTX 1080. Stop posting bogus, tyvm.
     
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    Rise of the Tomb Raider '
    Desktop GTX 980 TI 59.9 FPS
    eGPU GTX 980 TI: 58.1 FPS

    Tom Clancy's The Division
    Desktop GTX 980 TI: 59.8
    eGPU GTX 980 TI FPS 46.8

    Tom Clancy's GhostRecon
    Desktop GTX 980 TI: 87.9 FPS
    eGPU: GTX 980 TI 56.6 FPS

    Shadow of Mordor
    Desktop GTX 980 TI: 128.5 FPS
    eGPU: GTX 980 TI 97.3 FPS

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    I repeat, bogus. I have no idea why you made that up, but it's certanly not how eGPU works. Higher FPS doesn't mean stronger bottleneck, that's just something you made up for no apparent reason.
     
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    And in the same article:
    Nice reading skills, pal. :rolleyes:
     
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    Where does it state higher FPS higher bottleneck?

    Nice reading skills, pal. :rolleyes:
     
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    In the table below that quote. You can do some basic math, right?

    Oh and this:
    Checkmate, pal.
     
  7. Danishblunt

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    Sicne you obviously have insane difficulty reading I'll have to make a picture for you because this is getting redicolous how hard it is for you to read a table.
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    If you still can't see it, please find professional help.

    Here is some elementary school math for you since you probably need this as well:
    87.9FPS is less than 128.5FPS

    56.6/87.9 = 64.3%
    128.5/97.3 = 75.7%

    100 - 64.3= 35,7% bottleneck
    100 - 75.7 = 24.3% bottleneck.

    1440P:
    66/45.9 = 69%
    89.2/73.6= 82.5%

    100 - 69 = 31% bottleneck
    100 - 82.5 = 17.5% bottleneck.

    You might want to improve your reading and math skills.

    Checkmate, pal.
     
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    Good, I'm glad we're on the same page now.

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    that your statement about higher FPS = more bottleneck is garbage?
    yeah we can agree on that.

    As you showcased yet again with that screenshot.

    It would be interesting to find out why 4k is less bottlenecked tho.
     
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    Read this again. Slowly. Several times if you have to. Until you understand.
     
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