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  • #11
    Wonder how Vulkan performance is with AMDGPU-PRO and AMDVLK.

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    • #12
      I expected to be a meme like vega but surprisingly it isn't. Neat.
      Great article too!

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Zoll View Post
        These benchmarks are amazing! I've been expecting them to be a lot worse frankly, boy am I glad I was wrong. Now if this card was $100 cheaper than the RTX 2080 then it would be easily the winner. We're going to pay more for the 16GB HBM2 which, like the RTX, is probably not going to be utilized by modern games, even with heavy texture packs.
        EDIT: They just increased the price form 599 to 699...

        There you go, but is out of stock for the moment:
        Buy XFX Radeon VII DirectX 12 RX-VEGMA3FD6 16GB 4096-Bit HBM2 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card with fast shipping and top-rated customer service. Newegg shopping upgraded ™
        Last edited by phrix; 07 February 2019, 11:08 AM. Reason: Update for price increase.

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        • #14
          That's amazing. AMD has something that competes with the Nvidia XX80s.

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          • #15
            I must say, good job to the AMD Linux team - you seemed to have yielded better overall results than Windows. That's a major accomplishment as far as I'm concerned.

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            • #16



              it is great to see performance of RX VEGA 60 2nd generation = Radeon VII

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              • #17
                What is the reason for the increased performance of Radeon 7 (3840 stream processors) over Vega 64 (4096 stream processors)?

                Baseline: Vega 64
                From the article: Harmonic mean of FPS is increased by (90.901-71.441)/71.441 = 27%
                Frequency is increased by (1750-1546)/1546 = 13%
                Stream processors are decreased by (3840-4096)/4096 = -6%

                The unexplained part is 27-13+6 = 20%. Is this caused just by the greater memory bandwidth, or has the stream processor efficiency been improved as well?

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                • #18
                  I don't want to be ungrateful but I expected a bit more and I know it's not easy to develop hardware this complex. But they shrunk the architecture from 14 to 7 nm and overclocked it yet it barely touched Nvidia's hi-end cards in few workloads. And I wouldn't say a thing if the price didn't look like April fools joke. Let's hope drivers will fix this at some point.

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                  • #19
                    Its so pretty

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by phrix View Post

                      EDIT: They just increased the price form 599 to 699...

                      There you go, but is out of stock for the moment:
                      What do you mean, when was the R VII ever 599?

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