AMD publishes Radeon VII benchmark results from 26 games

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    I'd like to see some info on power consumption under load.
     
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    Well Lisa said that it the same as Vega 64. Which is not to bad considering the performance increase.
     
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    OMG. AMD, stop using i7-7700K for any kind of comparison tests. There are quite a few games this thing will bottleneck even on 4K.
     
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    Sure, but I'd still wait for some 3rd party benchmarks.
     
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    Some of these FPS numbers are pretty close to the performance of RTX 2080.
    I wonder what would the full die do in games?
    I guess we will see the fully enabled gpu sooner or later in action :)
     
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    I find the fact they used an intel processor, weird....the main point would be the difference between the GPUs, the CPU could have been an AMD. lol
     
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    I think they'll stop it with Ryzen 3000 chips availability.
     
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    Well back in September ,i got my new Gigabyte gaming oc 1080Ti for 629.00, knew i got a steal of a deal, this is just icing on the cake.
     
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    Lucky ba$tard...
     
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    Yes SIR !
     
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    I fail to see why so many people in these enthusiast forums are so picky on power use the difference between even 150w to 300w at the end of the year will make a negligible difference on your power Bill's and as long as it has a decent after market cooler it makes no difference.
     
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    Pretty stupid, showing benchmarks for 4k, which the GPU is obviously not capable of running.
    But understandable since 4k is where AMD are the strongest.
     
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    The higher the resolution, the less likely the CPU causes issues with the performance of the GPU.

    This ofcourse can make other things the bottleneck, such as ram, so it's important to judge a GPU where it's not being hindered by a CPU, and not being hindered by itself (unless you're simply interested in that specific situation and want to know the difference)

    Vega 64 vs Radeon VII, 4K is the most logical place to put that, to see the differences between the cards, and not other random factors.
     
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    I completely agree with you , my last system was 290x CFX , i didn't care about how many watts used , but my utility cost was less in the winter time.
     
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    No sorry. 4 compute units more are not gonna give you 8-9% boost each. RTX 2080 Ti is at average ~32-36% faster than RTX 2080 which is equal or faster than Radeon VII.
     
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    It's not likely the MI60 desktop/gaming version will ever be released.

    And personally i feel that there is a very simply reason for this.

    MI60 version of Radeon VII, would have 32GB of HMB2 memory....way too costly to produce a consumer grade card with, especially since that extra ram would not likely help the gaming performace all that much, maybe if you're trying to play 8K games?

    And if it doesn't come with 32GB of HMB2, then the only difference would be the compute units.....4 extra compute units, if the frequency was the same, would be a 6% performance boost. Where would the pricing for this card be, for a 6% performance increase? $750 instead of $699? That would simply be...odd.

    The only way it'd make since would be if it came with 4 extra compute units, and a 200-300mhz base clock increase, but i doubt that'd even be possible, as the Radeon VII is likely already hitting its "comfortable" max frequency.
     
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    An MI60 version with 16 GB VRAM could potentially get a 10% boost due to higher clocks, and the extra compute units would push that to roughly 20%. So, theortically, AMD could provide competition at a level above the Radeon VII.
     
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    Maybe an updated version could add HDMI 2.1 and full compute units. Not a new model to exist alongside the current, but a replacement, like the updated GTX 1080 with better memory.
     

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