Though you have to be honest: Vega64 and GTX 1080Ti are not intended for 1920x1080, they are intended for 4K. The 1080Ti (750-$800) is significantly more expensive than Vega64 ($650-$699), even though Vega64 is still significantly higher than its launch price ($500).
Nvidia said the results were unexpected but did confirm the accuracy of the tests. “The ranking in Forza 7 is very unusual. Nvidia has confirmed [to] ComputerBase, however, that the results are so correct, so there is no problem with the system in the editorial regarding GeForce.”
I prefer to wait for the dust to settle and prices to level out, drivers are still being refined and supply lines are barely ramping up.....
Nice benchmark results, but there are a lot of games out there....
This may be incorrect though. A new patch "fixes" the benchmark mode which was showing incorrectly low FPS numbers for nVidia cards.
An update for Forza Motorsport 7 is now available to download. In addition to repairs for stability issues on the Windows 10 version of the game, the patch resolves a few problems for both the Xbox One and PC variants.
In terms of hardware, those with an Nvidia GPU coupled with a monitor that has G-Sync enabled will see an increase in frame rate. And if you’re using the game as a benchmarking tool, you might want to run some new tests today: It seems that the initial program didn’t display the correct minimum framerate, but the issue is now resolved.