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AMD Performance Screams with Adobe Photoshop CC and Premier Pro CC

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. theoneandonlymrk

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    Don't say things like that you will upset us all, and anyway the pace of gpu development has increased if anything because they gain more applications and usefulness each year and there's too much money still involved.
     
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    well cost is not the equation
     
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    what is wrong with everybody here? i personally think this is a good news that adobe are moving forward to a open standard instead of proprietary like previously when they went to cuda. It's not like OpenCL won't run on nvidia gpu, cmon. It is always nice to have options.
     
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    Yawn. I didn't know performance could "scream", but whatever. :rolleyes:
     
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    I wonder how this applies to other apps that use OpenCL, like luxmark (rendering tool - Luxrender).

    Or how it compares to the haswell, which has a better gfx core.
     
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    In that test there they use an i5 3470 which has HD2500. Intels later versions like in haswell have a bit more compute power.

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    They are using a 4770k which might be an unfair comparison if they cpu is helping out in any of those tests. I know luxmark has the option to test cpu only, gpu only, and cpu + gpu. I wonder if they did gpu only.
     
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    You forgot to place "In My Opinion" after your sentence.

    Absolutely not, Discrete Graphics will always be around for as long as possible. Everyday new PC gamers are adopted and growing by far. There will always be a market for Discrete Graphics. :cool:
     
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    LOL, thats kind of an oxymoron.......says who. Do you know what technology will be in let's say 10 years? Ohh IMO
     
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    They have in the past. There are still a bunch of dual-socket HP 9400 workstations in use at my company using AMD Opteron chips for CAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc., and with these kinds of optimizations, I'm sure 'pros' will use AMD once again going forward.
     
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    Of course it's unfair. The 4770k is a $300 processor. Wait for the Steamroller based APUs with Radeon GCN compute units. That chip will probably waste the 4770K in OpenCL.
     

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