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Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp

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2017/06/26 09:12:43 (permalink)
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3202659/components-graphics/hands-on-amds-radeon-vega-frontier-edition-vs-nvidia-titan-xp.html
 
Keep in mind that this particular card is not aimed at gamers but for professionals that use the NVIDIA Quadro video cards. AMD hopes this card can compete against an equivalent NVIDIA Quadro costing thousands more.

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 11:22:15 (permalink)
    Given the price of the Frontier, I imagine the following Vega lineup will be reasonably priced.
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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 11:33:48 (permalink)
    $1,100 bucks, sweet.
     
     
    But show us Vega gaming cards!
    Gaming version pictured here from WCCFTECH.com
    I hope the body is also metal, like the workstation card above.

     
     
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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 11:34:14 (permalink)
    panzlock
    Given the price of the Frontier, I imagine the following Vega lineup will be reasonably priced.




    I expect to be 600-700$ for Vega.
    Than I could buy finally new GPU. Probably GTX1080Ti.
    But there is at least 20-30% chance that Vega beat GTX1080Ti for 30% and force NVIDIA to drop price of GTX1080Ti for more than 150$ and hurry up with Volta.
    Even if AMD beat NVIDIA now that is not clear WIN for AMD. Their card arrive 12 months later and that's very important information and long period for IT industry and innovations.
    It's very bad because only NVIDIA keep full Pascal for self, because if AMD launch good card manufacturers could drop their price and OC TITAN Xp, drop price and again people could stay on GeForce instead Vega. But now NVIDIA no enough cards for something like that and they will hurry with next generation.
    Because Imagine GeForce TITAN Xp K|NGP|N Edition, faster memory bandwidth, more CUDA cores than 1080Ti and higher frequency than TITAN Xp.
    If GTX1080Ti with higher frequency beat TITAN than TITAN Xp could be much better in EVGA store than in NVIDIA. 
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    Radeon Vega Frontier Edition benchmarking & interview with AMD 2017/06/26 13:50:43 (permalink)
    Well, that's pretty interesting... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5GcpYA7_wY
     
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    Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 19:29:38 (permalink)
    AMD must be feeling the heat as the bench numbers have been faked.
     
     
    Here are my legit results along with a fake specview 12.1...
     

     

     
    Note: Render resolution & window resolution should match when the result is real.
     
    Pic taken from carbonshapes youtube video link...
     

     
    Nice FAKE! 
    post edited by Sajin - 2017/06/26 20:43:34

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 22:33:49 (permalink)
     
    Triple posts?        

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 23:16:51 (permalink)
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    Triple posts?        


    Sometimes this can happen once in a while. It has happened to me as well. 

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/26 23:40:12 (permalink)
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    Triple posts?        


    Sometimes this can happen once in a while. It has happened to me as well. 




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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 02:36:10 (permalink)
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    AMD must be feeling the heat as the bench numbers have been faked.
     
     
    Here are my legit results along with a fake specview 12.1...
     

     

     
    Note: Render resolution & window resolution should match when the result is real.
     
    Pic taken from carbonshapes youtube video link...
     

     
    Nice FAKE! 




     
     
    Those guys at AMD probably really hate their job and wanna get caught faking numbers as it will help them get fired ? right ?
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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 02:48:53 (permalink)
    dadyal 
    Those guys at AMD probably really hate their job and wanna get caught faking numbers as it will help them get fired ? right ?

    They just got caught by me. 

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 02:58:24 (permalink)
    Here is a real 4k run...
     

     
    Note: I did use DSR to get this result. Notice how the render resolution & window resolution match. It's a real result. Not a fake one. 
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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 03:05:01 (permalink)
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    Here is a real 4k run...
     

     
    Note: I did use DSR to get this result. Notice how the render resolution & window resolution match. It's a real result. Not a fake one. 



    i tried running this but it always gives me result file not readable error did you see anything like that ?
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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 03:05:23 (permalink)
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    i tried running this but it always gives me result file not readable error did you see anything like that ?

    Nope.

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    Re: Hands-on: AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs Nvidia Titan Xp 2017/06/27 03:28:37 (permalink)
    Sajin
    AMD must be feeling the heat as the bench numbers have been faked.
     
     
    Here are my legit results along with a fake specview 12.1...
     

     

     
    Note: Render resolution & window resolution should match when the result is real.
     
    Pic taken from carbonshapes youtube video link...
     

     
    Nice FAKE! 


    Haha... there are no saints in that business too.
     


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