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post #1 of 212 (permalink) Old 07-15-2020, 08:14 AM - Thread Starter
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[Guru3D] AMD Big Navi: 40-50 percent more performance than 2080 Ti

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/am...x-2080-ti.html

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The news about big Navi seems to be endless, as well .. it surely is taking AMD long to release it. Chatter about the product series is getting louder, the dedicated graphics cards based on the “RDNA2” architecture would ultimately yield 40 and 50% more performance than the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

There's a new rumor doing rounds originating from Moore's Law is Dead, that the card will have two “Clusters” of 36 computing units each. That's 72 compute units, good for 4608 streaming processors. It has a 384-bit bus, and GDDR6 graphics memory. Based on the bus width, that could mean 12GB of it. The game clock frequency would hover just above the 2 GHz with a maximum boost of 2.15GHz. That would make it significantly faster than a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, up to 40% faster even.



Take it with a grain of salt... but here's to hoping it's really that powerful.

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Comes from a terrible source so there that...

We been hearing rumours of big navi since last year....yet no plan in sight of a realse date. At least ampere has alot of solid rumours for a sept launch.


If AMD launches big navi late like they do with every single one of there gpu cycles to nvidia its going to be a suck holiday season. Though im pretty sure lisa sue said we should except a rdna2 products before end of the year.
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So AMD Big Navi will be the next GPU to break the 1k price range.

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Is guru3D really a bad source? I thought they were fairly decent TBH.

I have no idea what a big navi is but AMD making a top tier video card is pretty exciting news. Hopefully it's at least at-par with what nvidia is offering for a flagship at the time of the card's release.

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Have to agree...terrible source.
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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Is guru3D really a bad source? I thought they were fairly decent TBH.

I have no idea what a big navi is but AMD making a top tier video card is pretty exciting news. Hopefully it's at least at-par with what nvidia is offering for a flagship at the time of the card's release.
They didn't used to be. The source is "Moores Law is Dead", which is a youtube channel that has risen up lately because of it's wild rumor videos. Kinda sad to see Guru3D writing an article based on that source. That's how everything is now though, so I will try not to hold it against them.

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Is guru3D really a bad source? I thought they were fairly decent TBH.

I have no idea what a big navi is but AMD making a top tier video card is pretty exciting news. Hopefully it's at least at-par with what nvidia is offering for a flagship at the time of the card's release.
Look where they are getting there source from, read the article
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So AMD Big Navi will be the next GPU to break the 1k price range.

Pick your poison. Red or Green.

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If this is true, and big Navi doesn't quite scale 100% and performs about twice as fast as the 5700XT, then it will be about 28% faster than the 2080ti. Which is still good.

I have to mess around with a little Polaris card I have to see if I can get vsync to actually work as it should on my Panasonic without tearing. My Fury is compelled to produce tearing on that tv, but is ok on my freesync Samsung. If AMD=tornup crappy image for me, it is not much of a choice. The tearing on that particular monitor is worse than constant stuttering.
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One would hope AMD's next flagship is, at the very least, that powerful. With nVidia on the new, better node and going ham on the power draw, we need the competition to stick it to them. Though, the fact that the next green flagship is rumored to be that performant can also be seen as indicative of how good the next red flagship will be.

So, it's the old game of wait-and-see.

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