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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 21-Aug-2018 22:09:59
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@Spectre660

Thank you, but no, i won't take any gifts.

If i can't find enough reasons myself to get something it's not worth the hassle.
Also, there are far more people out there that *can* do more than i.
Keep in mind, i don't code...your generous offer should be given to someone who could really make a difference.

 
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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 21-Aug-2018 22:10:12
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@Spectre660

How about an os that supplies working drivers? Oh wait, almost all operating systems do! Even in our little niche amiga ng world. Mind you, just pointing out the madness. I'm sure it's totally worth it.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 21-Aug-2018 22:14:22
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@Raziel

No Problem.
I dont code either.
But please don't give up.

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@Spectre660

Thank you, but no, i won't take any gifts.

If i can't find enough reasons myself to get something it's not worth the hassle.
Also, there are far more people out there that *can* do more than i.
Keep in mind, i don't code...your generous offer should be given to someone who could really make a difference.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 21-Aug-2018 22:19:02
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@Cheese

Don't throw stones .
Someone may take the Radeon SI card out of their X5000 and throw back at you.
Cards like Radeon R9-270x's are quite heavy too and useless with the Blue.


But yes it is worth it. I have tested about 7 new SI/Polaris card with my machine.
The Polaris card support is currently unique in the Powerpc arena to AmigaOS 4.1 .

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@Spectre660

How about an os that supplies working drivers? Oh wait, almost all operating systems do! Even in our little niche amiga ng world. Mind you, just pointing out the madness. I'm sure it's totally worth it.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 21-Aug-2018 22:28:47
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@Spectre660

Don't throw..I have no clue what you're throwing. I guess I'm glad it's worth it to you. I did point out the madness right?

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 27-Aug-2018 13:47:43
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Convergence of the Minds.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 27-Oct-2018 14:48:38
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Spencer FPS performance (Level 1)

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X5000/20

ASUS R7-240 (Oland) = 22-23 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 2,197.26)
ASUS R7-250 (Cape Verde) = 52-55 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 6,022.26)
Club3D R7-370 (Pitcairn/Curaçao Pro) = 55-62 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 6,764.25)
PowerColor R7-250X (Cape Verde) = 64-69 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 6,377.72)
ASUS R9-270X (/Pitcairn/Curaçao XT)= 72-80 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 7,305.97)
Sapphire Rx 550 4Gb (Polaris 12) = 95-109 fps
Asus Rx 560 4GB (Polaris 11) = 128-161 fps
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Sam460ex

Sapphire Rx 550 4Gb (Polaris 12) = 25-37 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score =6,093.32)
PowerColor R7-250X (Cape Verde) = 34-44 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 6,133.53)
Asus Rx 560 4GB (Polaris 11) = 34-46 fps (2D GfxBench2D Score = 6,341,26)

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 26-Dec-2018 12:37:27
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Xmas gifts by HunoPPC

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 26-Dec-2018 12:39:00
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GL4ESxmas for AOS4 coming ! First games using GL4ES !

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
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RadeonRX and minigl

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 5-Jan-2019 11:40:44
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@Spectre660

I tested M.A.C.E with my R7 250 on my X1000. It works as expected. Though I don't know what rendering system it uses and it is 2d.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
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@Hypex

It uses compositing. So only Radeon HD/RX driver needed.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
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Reborn return to castle Wolfenstein thread

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
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It uses compositing. So only Radeon HD/RX driver needed.

It doesn't even need Radeon HD. I've been playing M.A.C.E. on my Sam440 just fine using a non-HD Radeon.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 11-Jan-2019 7:54:46
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@Trixie

I meant for those using Radeond HD/RX. Of course it works on Sam440 or any Radeon 9xxx. It even works on WinUAE with PatchCompositing form Alain Thellier.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
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@K-L

It'll even work on the X1xx0 cards too.

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@Hypex

Mace is fully playable on my CyberstormPPC with Final Edition and a Radeon 9250 card.

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Nice.

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 4-Feb-2019 22:18:21
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Reborn to castle wolfenstein

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Re: Radeon HD ,Radeon Rx and Warp3D Nova
Posted on 5-Feb-2019 6:13:46
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@bennymee +Hypex

M.A.C.E. uses "Compositing" (2D Acceleration). No Warp3D or Warp3D Nova needed.
It should run on all cards starting 92xxx Radeons (more gfx memory and CPU Speed = higher resolutions, more details).



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