Originally Posted by tictoc
I can get some Vega 64 numbers posted later this week. I'm retiring a Vega 64 from my testing server, and moving it into my main machine later in the week. Most of the numbers will be in Linux, but I could run it in Windows for a bit before I swap it into my main rig.
On the subject of the new category limits, what you have there looks good so far. I especially like the idea of bumping up the CPU categories. Even though CPU folding is not what it once was, we may be able to snag a few more people with cores to spare, now that high thread count CPUs are becoming more prevalent.
Thanks for the input bud. And Vega 64 numbers would be great to have, that should give us a good idea about where Vega 56 performs as well.
Originally Posted by mmonnin
1050/1050Ti cards are common. I'm guessing GPU-W? Might want to just find a spot for the last 2 generations of AMD/NV cards. Vega/Polaris and Pascal/Maxwell.
The 1050 ti looks like it sits at 193k PPD on average. That would be just above the 780. I think it makes sense, so I will add it to the list
I believe we have covered the spectrum of Pascal here. Once we get some info about the Vega GPUs, I was considering putting Vega at the top end of the AMD category, which would mean making the 980ti the top end of the nVidia category. I think that could definitely work, but we will need more info first.
Thanks for the input folks!