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post #1021 of 1105 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 04:28 PM
 
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Not the HBM, the Vega architecture was power hungry, 295 - 300w for jack all performance.
Yeah, it was AMD's Fermi, a compute card with display outputs. At least now RDNA and compute arch is separated, just like Nvidia does it starting with Kepler.

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Not the HBM, the Vega architecture was power hungry, 295 - 300w for jack all performance.
Yeah, it was AMD's Fermi, a compute card with display outputs. At least now RDNA and compute arch is separated, just like Nvidia does it starting with Kepler.
I wouldn't call Kepler a separated arch since big Kepler crushed the GTX 680 in gaming performance. nVidia didn't split their archs up until just recently with Volta and Turing.

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Nope, seems like that issue is solved now.

But it does appear that AMD should have just let AIB partners handle the launch so the cards would have had a better reputation from the start. Seems that at only $10 more Sapphire released the 5700XT as it should have been released to begin with.

There still seems to be a "bug" that causes games to crash without warning. Hopefully AMD gets that fixed now.
I agree. It would have been a better show if AIBs were reviewed at same time with reference but we all know why it never happens that way for awhile.

Considering that the 5700 covers a good range of price and performance category. From GTX 1660Ti to all the way up to the 2060 Super. Spend 50$ or so and you have the XT that's nipping at the heels of the RTX 2080. So, these two cards combined cover low to mid-high end tiers.

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Any point in choosing the top tier cards? Those triple fan ones, Strix for e.g.

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Comparing 5700(xt) with my Radeon VII...

Scores/FPS from Guru3D reviews on games i play are almost exactly same as mine...

There is one specific i am interested in. I realized on Radeon VII that when i play games on fullHD (1920x1080), frame capped (60) the total power consumption of my system is 130-160 watts on full details and full quality.

Does 5700(xt) behave similarly regarding to power consumption?

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Comparing 5700(xt) with my Radeon VII...

Scores/FPS from Guru3D reviews on games i play are almost exactly same as mine...

There is one specific i am interested in. I realized on Radeon VII that when i play games on fullHD (1920x1080), frame capped (60) the total power consumption of my system is 130-160 watts on full details and full quality.

Does 5700(xt) behave similarly regarding to power consumption?
You'll probably only get that info from an owner, but reviews have the power consumption similar. 5700 XT does eek out slightly more efficient vs Vega 7.

*Former Vega 7 owner myself. I will be getting Navi. Good to have the new tech for cheaper $ and very similar performance. Unless Nvidia does something crazy good, Navi 2 will be another purchase.
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Quote: Originally Posted by keikei View Post
You'll probably only get that info from an owner, but reviews have the power consumption similar. 5700 XT does eek out slightly more efficient vs Vega 7.

*Former Vega 7 owner myself. I will be getting Navi. Good to have the new tech for cheaper $ and very similar performance. Unless Nvidia does something crazy good, Navi 2 will be another purchase.
I will keep my Radeon VII at least for crunching big numbers (in case that might happen), which is 5700 not capable of... The low power consumption on lower resolutions with framecap was an unexpected bonus, because even in that case i expected 300+W.


To answer some discussion above:
For now my system seems to have buses wider than required (PCI-E, SSD, HBM, RAM), with power cascade much higher than required (on both GPU and CPU), using PSU which has 90% effectivity at 10% load so i kinda expect very smooth performance, low heat and low power consumption even when more CPUs or newer GPUs might provide more total performance.

Its not just about e-peen, but you have to justify things like superwide bus on HBMs of Vega. In my case the goal is to achieve lower GPU latency, and better concurrent writes into VRAM compared to standard GDDRs.

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