People did complain it got picked up by AV software, but they claimed it was a "false positive"
For real. "Acts as a home button" and "plays the startup animation"? Those sound like useless features. *eyeroll*
It's purrfect ;)
Thanks for reading! It's a great game.
If we think about it, it's may not be a contrast at all. The vega as we know rn, seems to actually working at speeds more than it should. Simply put, Vega was hyped/touted to be a high end card from AMD after so long which was supposed to be at least equal to competition if not better. Amd couldn't make it as big as it hoped, nor could it fix the DSRB and other new features it thought would help in saving the grace in time even after so much delay in getting them right. What they eventually did end up with even after so much time was just something around 1070 levels. With no option they simply overclocked the shit out of it possible. I suppose if Vega could do a top o.c of 150% architecturally, the stock vega was already around 120-130%. This seems evident from the fact that vega is easily underclocked without losing performance in a nowhere near linear rate. They had to do it to be at least around 1080. They did this even with the fury.
Pascal, on the other hand, released with no pressure. Nvidia were so better at the time of release, that the o.c headroom on pascal and even on 980ti was so much more, they didn't have to keep the stock clocks anywhere near its top architectural levels.
I for one, feel if a Veag 64 was released as a 1070ti comopetitor, something that it may actually should have been, it would be equal to or better in the performance to watt ratio. similarly, if pascal had to be in such a scenario, it would also have struggled in the same performance to watt ratio just like vega.
I thought longer and linked this to my friends with enthusiasm. My shame is so great I had to turn ad blocker on.