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WannaBeOCer 05-21-2019 09:40 AM

[TechPowerUp] GPU Test System Update May 2019 Review
 
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With a more capable processor, an easier-to-use motherboard, and the latest updates to all our testing software and games, the new bench will equip us for a stream of graphics card launches throughout the second half of 2019. In this mini article, which is a TechPowerUp first, we describe our new VGA test machine, list the changes we've made, and, as a quick bonus, put out summarized performance numbers for our current selection of graphics cards on the new bench.

A VGA rebench is a monumental task for TechPowerUp. It involves testing 18 graphics cards in 21 games at 3 resolutions, or 63 game tests per card, which works out to 1,134 benchmark runs in all.

Just like for every other retest, every single graphics card has been retested on this system—we don't recycle results. Anything else would be wildly inaccurate.


The full list of games is now: Ace Combat 7, Anno 1800, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Battlefield V, Civilization VI, Darksiders 3, Devil May Cry 5, Divinity Original Sin 2, F1 2018, Far Cry 5, Hitman 2, Metro Exodus, Monster Hunter World, Rage 2, Rainbow Six Siege, Sekiro, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Shadow of War, Strange Brigade, Witcher 3, and Wolfenstein 2.
RTX 2080 Ti > RTX 2080 > GTX 1080 Ti > Radeon VII @ 1440p
RTX 2080 Ti > RTX 2080 > GTX 1080 Ti = Radeon VII @ 4k

TheRacker 05-21-2019 10:17 AM

What speeds/cards are they running for each model? I would assume stock clocks for everything, but the competition between the 1080ti and 2080 gets much closer and more interesting when both are OCd.

8051 05-21-2019 10:28 AM

I recently saw some benchmarks of a new game that had the Radeon VII in second place to the 2080Ti. I think it was Rage2.

rdr09 05-21-2019 10:29 AM

If what i read in the news just now is true, then the RX 3080 will be between the 2070 and VII. Is it worth 500$?

Prolly not in TPU. :)

looniam 05-21-2019 10:38 AM

i changed my brand of toilet paper today.

i'll post some skid . . i mean benchmarks later.

zealord 05-21-2019 10:55 AM

sweet. The games they added are a pretty good choice besides Sekiro, which is a fantastic game, but I don't agree with for benchmarking graphics cards.

But I have to say that I expected the Vega VII to be a bit closer to the RTX 2080 in 4K and the RTX 2070 is performining surprisingly well. Bigger jump over the GTX 1080 than I thought it had.

maltamonk 05-21-2019 01:36 PM

I'd like to see both Intel based and AMD based benchmarks. We know some times cards favor AMD or Intel systems. In that fashion we could base results to more accurately reflect all users.

Hopefully once AMD releases 3800x or whatever, another press benchmarker will follow suit so we can see both sides.

WannaBeOCer 05-21-2019 02:09 PM

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Originally Posted by maltamonk (Post 27974428)
I'd like to see both Intel based and AMD based benchmarks. We know some times cards favor AMD or Intel systems. In that fashion we could base results to more accurately reflect all users.

Hopefully once AMD releases 3800x or whatever, another press benchmarker will follow suit so we can see both sides.

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Zen 2/Ryzen 3000 is around the corner, and if it manages to deliver gaming performance on-par with Intel—even at lower resolutions—I might be open to switching to AMD for the graphics card test system. But for that to happen, performance and market penetration has to be there, or the graphics card review comments will be full of posts "..but on Intel...".
All depends on AMD's Zen 2 performance if we'll get to see that benchmark.

The Robot 05-21-2019 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer (Post 27974452)
All depends on AMD's Zen 2 performance if we'll get to see that benchmark.

Translation: "We're shilling for Intel so tough luck". We know that even if they had a 2700X system with proper RAM most games would show no difference in higher resolutions or even surpass Intel due to MDS nerfs. On Zen 2 it's going to be downright embarrassing.

WannaBeOCer 05-21-2019 03:07 PM

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Originally Posted by The Robot (Post 27974512)
Translation: "We're shilling for Intel so tough luck". We know that even if they had a 2700X system most games would show no difference in higher resolutions or even surpass Intel due to MDS nerfs. On Zen 2 it's going to be downright embarrassing.

No, TPU is stating the truth. AMD also knows which is why they added the I/O die to address the latency problems. Until developers start to develope for Ryzen, Intel's Ring Bus will be quicker for most games.

https://www.techspot.com/article/161...gen/page3.html

Edit: I agree that there isn't a difference in higher resolutions but they are testing 1080p.


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