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[G3D] Basemark GPU v1.2 benchmarks with 22 GPUs

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There is a refreshed benchmark in town, fabbed and founded by ex-Futuremark employees BasemarkGPU v1.2 has been released in an aim to measure GPU on many platforms, Windows, Android, IOS, Linux and so on. With enhancements, Basemark GPU is uniquely a multi-platform benchmark. It is a product enabling direct comparisons e.g. between Android smartphones and iPhones, Windows, Linux and MacOS desktops and notebooks as well as APIs, Metal, Vulkan, DirectX, OpenGL and OpenGL ES.
TL;DR, benchmark does the same workload just with different API. Nvidia dominate the benchmark. Big leads in opengl and vulkan while DX12 has a decent lead.

2080 TI is 1.78x faster than 5700 XT in vulkan, 1.54x in DX12 and 2.45x in opengl. So big navi will have some work to do on this benchmark.

Don't know how this apply to gaming, as many developers today tailor performance to specific paths on certain GPU manufacturers, so I don't know it will matter regarding actual gaming performance.
But it gives a certain "raw data" to understand the cards.


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5700 XT and 2080 TI are not comparable. Try 5700 XT vs a GTX 2070 / 2070 Super maybe...

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5700 XT and 2080 TI are not comparable. Try 5700 XT vs a GTX 2070 / 2070 Super maybe...
I did not said the 2080 ti and the 5700 xt are comparable regarding same market.
Point is the claim that big navi will be about twice as fast as the 5700 xt or close to the 2080 ti, so comparing their performance and talking about big navi as a mean to understand where big navi needs to be.
It really went over your head.


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Quote: Originally Posted by StAndrew View Post
5700 XT and 2080 TI are not comparable. Try 5700 XT vs a GTX 2070 / 2070 Super maybe...
The OP is one of those people who believe the 5700XT is directly against 2080TI because its "fastest vs fastest" offered. Except i guess Radeon 7 because no one ever bought one of those, or its impossible to get, etc. etc.

When i see the name of the OP on these types of threads,without reading the article already guess what brand it will reflect good on.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
I did not said the 2080 ti and the 5700 xt are comparable regarding same market.
Point is the claim that big navi will be about twice as fast as the 5700 xt or close to the 2080 ti, so comparing their performance and talking about big navi as a mean to understand where big navi needs to be.
It really went over your head.
I guess... Its pretty much well understood that the 2080 TI trounces the 5700 XT though, regardless of benchmark...

One point I noticed on the results is the Super cards tend to outperform the non-Super higher tiered cards??? I always take synthetic benchmarks with a grain of salt, if I pay attention to them at all.

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Quote: Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post
The OP is one of those people who believe the 5700XT is directly against 2080TI because its "fastest vs fastest" offered. Except i guess Radeon 7 because no one ever bought one of those, or its impossible to get, etc. etc.

When i see the name of the OP on these types of threads,without reading the article already guess what brand it will reflect good on.
That is not what I said at all.

But I guess you are one of those people who is so blind with their their favorite manufacturer, that they can't think straight in any way, that reading starts to be complicated and basic understanding just goes out the window.
AMD hard core fans really have mental blocks sometimes that all they think of is hate and anger.



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Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
I did not said the 2080 ti and the 5700 xt are comparable regarding same market.
Point is the claim that big navi will be about twice as fast as the 5700 xt or close to the 2080 ti, so comparing their performance and talking about big navi as a mean to understand where big navi needs to be.
It really went over your head.

I agree with you too, you never said direct comparison but since it is their TOP TIER at this CURRENT moment that is what you compare.

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