Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Glidefan, Mar 31, 2019.
You'll have switch in there (GFX settings) API = DX12 or Vulkan
It's there alright.
One reports sais vulkan runs better overall other sais dx12 is the better one. Test both on your system.
I've managed to put my Hynix HBM on 960mhz without artifacts, so i've flashed the XFX 64 Bios on it and i'm on 1030hbm with no issues
Is there some side effect in flashing 64 with Hynix HBM?
Vulkan is running better
Especially the frametimes
MyDocuments\Rockstar games\Red dead redemption 2\settings
File = system.xml
open with notepad:
Async compute enable = True
Thanks to this, game will be even more smooth
Ryzen 3000 with LLT RAM & Vega UV.
V64 holding own.. maybe get one more good year out of it for 1440 game play. Waiting for Big Navi!
Honestly when I bought Vega 64 I thought: "well, this may be the worst buy I ever did, and I will probably have to buy another card in 1 year because everybody is saying that this card is a potato".
Never expected this to be my long term gpu. It just holds up so well, it turned itself into my best buy ever. Almost 2 years now and I never before had such a flawless experience in stability and performance.
I wonder if the latest free RTX2070 upgrade is the last one that we will see from Vega, or more free upgrades are coming in new games
Talking about the Future of Vega we can easily assume that (1440p in mind) it can hold ground even better than today.
1st. Still we have old Consoles & games developed for that HW
2nd. Vega is powerfull GPU overall (12-14 Tflops) + ACE, can deliver.
3rd. Most (if not all) games in development now are writen for Low level APIs -> Vega shines in DX12 or VLK.
I can say, that Vega can be around for about min. of 2 Years.
So it can live 5 Years easily.
HBM2, OC/UV, HBCC, *16xACE etc.
* Next Gen CUs 4x4 Capable.
This is all true and dont forget that most vegas oc allot with some undervolt so you will get aroud 10% more performance with just a few tweaks. so a Vega uv and oc will be in the middle of a 5700 and a xt. +-
Not only that but look at how the history of other GCN hardware has remained capable. 290/390 (which is doing remarkably well in RDR2 despite its age) in comparison to their, at release, competition equivalents. Fury also does rather well for a 2015 card (although, like the 290, VRAM is becoming a limiting factor, so minor drops to textures, very high instead of ultra for example for not much of a visible difference) and Polaris has done remarkably well.
I've had my Fury for almost 4 years now and I'm still happy with it, I wont be upgrading til either 5800 series or until next gen Navi/Arcturus release so I expect Vega will hold up just as well, if not longer than the Fury.
The new GPU's are much more capable than our Vega's.
They are able to do multiple instructions at the same time, whereas Vega has to wait.
I think thats one of the main reasons the 5700XT is faster than Vega64, even though it has less shaders, and less memory bandwidth.
I think it can do FP32 + INT16 concurrently, and RDNA2 might just up that with other instructions...
so if I understand correctly I should not be looking at 5700 (non XT) to change out my vega 56 out for 1080p gaming?
to early/waste of money?
Just Wait™ for Big Navi.
Save $ in the mean time.
Here my new Test with different CPU OC
1440p, game don't need more than 4300MHz to run Ultra smooth.
vega56 also performs very good lately idk if even 5700xt would consider a great upgrade. I would also wait for 5800 or something.
No dx12 as it crashes really bad
Here is a quick run of 1080p and 1440p hope you guys like it.
Im still a noob at aditing lol