Basemark GPU v1.2 benchmarks with 21 GPUs

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  1. dampflokfreund

    dampflokfreund Member Guru

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    What? Absolutely not. A Turing GPU like your 2080Ti has full DX12 Ultimate featureset, hw accelerated Raytracing, AI acceleration and DirectStorage support.
    It is light years ahead of RDNA1. Light years. Seriously, it is like comparing a modern Ampere GPU to the Fermi architecture.

    Expect performance gap to wide far more in the future and even the smallest Turings are going to outperform the 5700XT (actually that is already happening with DLSS and of course RTX) But even without DLSS and RT, once games start using Sampler Feedback, VRS, DirectStorage for SSD data streaming, neural networks for physics and AI via directml, and Mesh Shaders, the 5700XT will suffer dramatically.

    PCIe4 doesn't matter in that case.
     
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  2. Hog54

    Hog54 Maha Guru

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    Looks good to me?
     

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  3. BuildeR2

    BuildeR2 Ancient Guru

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    Yes, of course you are correct and all those things are true. I wasn't saying that PCIe 4.0 mattered in the case of 5700XT vs 2080Ti, just that it is technically superior because of being newer and having more bandwidth than PCIe 3.0. :)

    I have no clue how scores scale between Turing and Ampere, but my 2080Ti at 24/7 clocks scores 17,500 on those same settings.
     

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