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Other reputable sites are currently doing other benchmarks now. I suggest you go to them instead of asking a question here which nobody can answer, or provide a reliable result for.
If you're AMD employee, you should be the one who does that benchmarks instead of looking all over internet so maybe someone will come out with complimentary results towards that GPU , or someone from your offices who's interested in selling a product as I said .
Moreover it says "Maya-04" benchmark, I suppose "Maya" means Autodesk Maya right? if so, you can see that, titan xp is way better than Vega FE in those benchmarks you are posting .
From where that 172% number came and jumped in AMDs official website tech specifications ?
that's what I was talking about :"Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition delivers up to 172% faster performance in Maya 2017 GPU tests than NVIDIA GeForce Titan Xp"
now compare that with benchmarks you posted .
Because I'm not an AMD employee, never said I was. And I know their benchmark was Maya 04, which is why I also said other sites are currently posting their reviews, the benchmarks I posted included 3DSMax which was part of your request.
yes thank you , I'm mostly interested in maya / max
I'm a maya user and when something exists on the market and it says like " I'm 172% stronger than titan xp in maya "
but benchmarks are opposite , then it causes some inconvenient questions of course .
this is a not the gamer edition you will have to wait for that one. it is stronger than titan depending what your using it for.
15 minute mark explains the p5000 are equal and vega cheaper.
"15 minute mark explains the p5000 are equal and vega cheaper."
again, where is that mark ? who made the test ?
Linus is talking about that he thinks, and somebody talks, and makes the review , but again if AMD already did the tests and concluded 172% gain in performance
it would be nice to see that , instead of just putting a text like we did it and it's faster ,
especially when benchmarks shows opposite .
I can't believe that I'm arguing about such obvious things here ...
just a quick note: 16gb rendering memory, 4 processors, 4096 processing streams, think of it like 2 nitro fury x's smashed into 1 gpu and add 8gb more memory plus new tweaks and tech tid bits. 3 times as many teraflops as fury x.
I know those numbers but , Again when AMD debuted first Ryzen CPU, they had done every step to compare it with comparable Intels
AMD proved that users should go for Ryzen 1800x and save some money , it was side by side comparison and we have that on youtube and all over.
But it's not same for AMD GPUs , again nothing but texts . and most likely it will remain the same .
again , I'm a maya user and I don't know what "173% faster" from website means
if it means rendering , sorry I'm not GPU render fan coz believe that GPU render is a big hoax
if they've compared viewport perf that's good , show something , if vega FE is pro: compare NVIDIAS pro line P5000 vs VEGA FE in maya/3d max
I followed the entire AMD Ryzen launch with genuine deep interest, and watched the Live Stream where AMD gave some comparisons with Blender Runtime, BF1, and live streaming at the same time on a comparable cost CPU from Intel.
Then when the Ryzen CPU's were launched into the market, the independent reviewers went to work and gave the in depth benchmark results and findings, which were overall very positive. Some reported game performance issue / optimizations needed for to Ryzen CPU's in some cases. Then after a few months the consensus seems to be that Ryzen is groundbreaking new technology that has changed the CPU market completely.
I have watched the launch of the Vega Frontier Edition card and it seems to be a similar situation to the Ryzen launch so far. Initial indications of some very positive performance results from AMD for "Radeon Pro" type applications, followed by initial reviews, which have just come out 1-2 days ago. I think more reviewers need to get their hands on the cards to do in depth performance analysis on the "Radeon Pro" type applications for this card. The reviews I have seen so far have been initial tear down, a look at power draw, and quick overview of Radeon Pro applications and a few games.
As far as the gaming mode performance on this card goes, It seems to perform between a GTX 1070-1080 based on early data. The focus of this card is not gaming and we have been told better drivers for gaming and better performance/ price will come with RX Vega Gaming Cards if gaming is your only need.
I think it is possible that the Gaming Mode Drivers are not optimal at presennt, and that performance might improve once the RX Vega for gaming along with it's drivers are launched at the end of this month.
I am really pretty excited about the Vega Frontier Edition card because it is more than just a gaming card, which will allow people like me to look at using other Radeon Pro type applications without the cost of a professional CAD card.
I have been waiting for the RX Vega for some time now, and I look forward to see how it performs versus a GTX 1080Ti / 1080, and also the price.
I will take my time to see how the RX Vega performs, and will look for more up to date reviews of how the Vega Frontier Edition performs in Gaming Mode
again after that.
AMD seem to be doing a great job of introducing some very innovative high performance CPU and GPU products at a much more affordable price to the consumer. I think you should consider to give it more time, maybe another month or two for reviewers to get their hands on the Vega Frontier Edition card and give some more feedback to AMD and then see what happens with the next set of Vega Frontier Edition Drivers to address any "Radeon Pro" application performance results/improvements and maybe look at Gaming Mode performance again as well.
I can't agree that launch of ryzen was same as GPU we are talking about
we knew that ryzen is capable of beat 6900k way far before it's launch , we saw videos and real benchmarks
and they did those numbers .
whereas , here we see different situation , we have GPU launched and it's on the market you can buy it today
it says 172% better in maya , while all benchmarks are opposite ... of course you can say drivers will arrive , well ok
then how did you that 172% gain if you have no drivers yet .
the problem is the way you trying to advertise your stuff , if you say it's better you need to prove it
otherwise you could just say it has a potential to be better but we still don't know .
it says some weird stuff about drivers , it will be done and will be optimized for pros
when it will be done ? what if you will buy that GPU for maya and AMD will optimize that GPU only for CAD oriented softs like solidworks and catya bench ? , and still will say it's pro because you can work in autocad and it's same in autocad as P5000 .
Can you imagine you're sitting in front of your PC and it won't load without performance lags because Ryzen drivers are not optimized for windows .
when you have something to sell it should be ready for work .
you will most likeley find vega was held up due too motherboard makers catching up on bios programming and they are very complex. with this new arch and memory for them to figure out on the mobo builders side. vega was getting tweaked and held for the best of all reasons. i suggest buy one if your a 3d modeler and or modeling cars or houses and such .. you should find you will be happy. and the benches will get better as bios's drop. enjoy testing vega.. !
there is nothing I can do , it's your chips there ...
if you say it will be better , ok then , but still hope you will come with some tests in near future with maya/max , not just numbers but proves.
sure you need to treat GPU chips as you treat CPUs
It reminds me the situation with asus motherboards, they releasing mobos with idiotic raw bios and selling it , PC turns on and off each 10 minutes
whereas all other parts are listed in their manual was certified ,
I thought it was mobo damaged during transportation and purchased another one from amazon, after they have fixed bios I have realized what happened ,
simple math: they sold 2 mobos instead of 1 , they won, but I'm not purchasing asus anymore.
"enjoy testing vega.. !"
I'm not a tester , I just need stable good P5000 equivalent GPU
asus turn on and off that was probably the code 8 thing long gone now.. i run asus hero g.skills 3200mhz sticks at 3600mhz now stable and lean. with stock base clock 100. its getting better for the top end boards and middle ones. i dont pay attention to 60$ boards they run yaknow.. end of the year will be great for vega..
I wasn't talking about 60$ mobos either
I paid 320 for X99 - A