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Old 29-01-19, 01:54 PM
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AMD Radeon VII 3DMARK Results Uncovered

How powerful is the Radeon VII?



Read more about the Radeon VII's leaked 3DMARK performance.

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Old 29-01-19, 02:03 PM
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I managed 30,000 with an air cooled overclocked 1080 Ti for the Graphics score in Firestrike in March 2017, If over 30,000 with an overclock isn't possible with this card then I think AMD need to severely step it up when it comes to Navi high end.
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Old 29-01-19, 03:30 PM
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I managed 30,000 with an air cooled overclocked 1080 Ti for the Graphics score in Firestrike in March 2017, If over 30,000 with an overclock isn't possible with this card then I think AMD need to severely step it up when it comes to Navi high end.
I wouldn't be too worried about that dude. 3DMark hates AMD CPUs and GPUs. Plus that is DX11, which could well be old hat soon.

I wouldn't even worry too much about Timespy scores either. I would be more interested in how it does in BF1 DX12, BFV DX12 and SOTTR in DX12.

Because that, inevitably, is what matters and right now in some DX12 games Vega is touching on 1080tis bottom and easily trumping the 1080. And by law of everything, Radeon VII must be faster.

I reckon solid 1080ti as my bet
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Old 29-01-19, 03:31 PM
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I wouldn't be too worried about that dude. 3DMark hates AMD CPUs and GPUs. Plus that is DX11, which could well be old hat soon.

I wouldn't even worry too much about Timespy scores either. I would be more interested in how it does in BF1 DX12, BFV DX12 and SOTTR in DX12.

Because that, inevitably, is what matters and right now in some DX12 games Vega is touching on 1080tis bottom and easily trumping the 1080. And by law of everything, Radeon VII must be faster.

I reckon solid 1080ti as my bet

In Forza Horizon 4 Vega 64 is 2 FPS behind a 1080 Ti at 1440P Ultra settings, Pretty impressive considering the price difference IMO
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Old 29-01-19, 03:44 PM
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In Forza Horizon 4 Vega 64 is 2 FPS behind a 1080 Ti at 1440P Ultra settings, Pretty impressive considering the price difference IMO
Indeed. Like I say, pure DX12 performance that is where it should be. I don't count RE2, as I have a distinct feeling it was well underway before DX12 became a thing and they added it in later (like Rise OTTR, that was worse in DX12 too).

But yeah, crucially Nvidia hardware did not have the kitchen sink needed for DX12 but it didn't really matter until a couple of months ago when we started seeing real, ground up coded DX12 games.
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Old 29-01-19, 04:39 PM
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If anyone is interested, the current best score in Fire Strike for an RTX 2080 running on a 2700X is:
Fire Strike - 24385
FS Extreme - 14306
FS Ultra - 7493
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To be honest, I've lost all care for synthetic benchmarks; too many of them seem to favour one brand over another (Sysmark for example). Give me real world numbers any day.
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I managed 30,000 with an air cooled overclocked 1080 Ti for the Graphics score in Firestrike in March 2017, If over 30,000 with an overclock isn't possible with this card then I think AMD need to severely step it up when it comes to Navi high end.
It generally favours Nvidia though
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AMD doesn't need to 'step up' for synthetic bench results, LOL!
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AMD doesn't need to 'step up' for synthetic bench results, LOL!

It does if it wants to win mindshare, Benchmarks are a huge tipping point for people looking to buy.
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