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Originally Posted by renx View Post

People have no idea. Pascal is about to be hit by a train.

I have to assume that's why Nvidia announced Volta already. I'm sure they have inside info on the high-end Vega performance. If Vega was sub-Pascal performance, Nvidia would have no reason to push Volta this early.
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People have no idea. Pascal is about to be hit by a train.
So it's "Poor Pasc-age"
post #113 of 664
Poor Vega is going to be hit by the Pascal and Volta train? biggrin.gif
post #114 of 664
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Originally Posted by Kuivamaa View Post

Indeed. The score is so spectacularly bad that it can't be big vega. Unless AMD indeed used 500mm2 of 14nm and only managed to get fiji perf.

It's more than double the size of Polaris 10. AND Polaris 10 has come really close to Fiji performance, so Vega at anywhere near Fiji perf makes no sense.
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I don't think it could BLOW that bad, i will wait for real leaks closer to launch.
If 580 gets 6300 firestrike extreme what sense does that make all the extra cores and hbm.
I would say either small vega fake or testing at lower like what they did with ryzen come launch chould be around 1500 core mabe boost higher to get just under 1080ti levels would be my guess>>
post #116 of 664
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Originally Posted by renx View Post

People have no idea. Pascal is about to be hit by a train.

Let me guess, your super secret inside information tells you that? Or is it from a friend of a friend of your second cousin?
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Originally Posted by blue1512 View Post

It's more than double the size of Polaris 10. AND Polaris 10 has come really close to Fiji performance, so Vega at anywhere near Fiji perf makes no sense.

Polaris 10 is 2304 shaders and Vega is most likely 4096, so not more than double the shaders unless everything we've seen speculated is wrong.
Edited by Forceman - 4/30/17 at 7:22pm
post #117 of 664
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Originally Posted by Tcoppock View Post

This could be small Vega, http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1544741
Probably a fury. Here's one for comparison: http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1079852
I highly doubt Vega = Fury.

Edit: If you hit the search button under the futuremark logo, you can pull up all sorts of furies just like this.
Edited by rluker5 - 4/30/17 at 7:41pm
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post #118 of 664
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

Let me guess, your super secret inside information tells you that? Or is it from a friend of a friend of your second cousin?.

There are several people here placing Vega's performance right in the middle of a 1080 and 1080ti, but preferably 2.25% to the left.
...and I don't see you asking these kind of questions to them.
And honestly, nobody knows a thing about Vega.

In my case, I yet have to see AMD releasing a video card one year later than Nvidia, and not beating it big time.
So in my opinion Vega will be faster than both the 1080 and the 1080ti, because I feel like it.
Edited by renx - 4/30/17 at 7:41pm
post #119 of 664
We already know from the MI25 that one Vega GPU will at least be capable of 12.5 teraflops. If it's really just overclocked Fiji then it'll be close to 1500MHz just to make up the raw computing power necessary to hit 12.5TF on a single GPU. If that's the case it'll at least be about 12% ahead of the 1080 and 18% behind the 1080TI, assuming the in-game performance scales up linearly.

I think it's probably good to stop speculation unless it has some basis on what we were already told about Vega.
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unless everything we've seen speculated is wrong.

Wouldn't be the first time...


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Only 358Gbps, so this is definitely not big Vega.


Interestingly enough, the HBM2 frequency used in said benchmark resembles the Tesla P100 that was launched a year ago...
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