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post #61 of 84 (permalink) Old 09-27-2019, 05:45 PM
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buy a RX 5700 while you can sell your vega 64 at similar price as you bought it, of course.. if you want to do compute then keep it it is faster
The marginal increase isnt worth it if you ask mem Vega 64 owner here
Even with the XT I dont think its a viable option either really, well where im from anyway, I bought the Vega 64 for €220, the XT is nearly €500 lol

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The marginal increase isnt worth it if you ask mem Vega 64 owner here
Even with the XT I dont think its a viable option either really, well where im from anyway, I bought the Vega 64 for €220, the XT is nearly €500 lol
Yup. 5700 vs V64 oc to oc the V64 is faster anyways. Against the 5700xt (oc to oc), yea it's a few percent slower but not worth upgrading to.


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The marginal increase isnt worth it if you ask mem Vega 64 owner here
Even with the XT I dont think its a viable option either really, well where im from anyway, I bought the Vega 64 for €220, the XT is nearly €500 lol
wait until the Fiji treatment
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Yup. 5700 vs V64 oc to oc the V64 is faster anyways. Against the 5700xt (oc to oc), yea it's a few percent slower but not worth upgrading to.
No GPU is ever going to be worth it if you compare new release with older GPU which has been price reduced. Was V64 worth it at $500+?

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No GPU is ever going to be worth it if you compare new release with older GPU which has been price reduced. Was V64 worth it at $500+?
Yes, because I couldn't find any GPUs that were in stock except for the $1200 Titan Xp.

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I'd rather they bring back core overclocking for the Radeon VII than implement RIS.
I would bring HBCC to FIJI but you know AMD doesnt care about really low volume models
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I would bring HBCC to FIJI but you know AMD doesnt care about really low volume models
That's going to be difficult considering Fiji doesn't have a HBCC. Unless you want them to release a new Fiji card in 2019 with a HBCC?
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I would bring HBCC to FIJI but you know AMD doesnt care about really low volume models
The real question is, does HBCC even do anything worthwhile?


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The real question is, does HBCC even do anything worthwhile?
for 4GB would totally do, you know the reason Fiji underperforms? 4GB and bad geometry at least the 4GB issue will lessen in some titles performance improves up to 10% with HBCC, due to games do caching probably sharing a single pool saves a bit of latency?

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That's going to be difficult considering Fiji doesn't have a HBCC. Unless you want them to release a new Fiji card in 2019 with a HBCC?
I mean the image shows the controller but what I mean is doing a similar concept using the system ram shared with vram to lessen the performance impact I mean they were talking about it on Fiji's release

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Anyone with any video card can use RIS ported into Reshade thanks to open source. The official version does not even support dx11 yet. But you can use it with Reshade etc etc on dx11.



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