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Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

 
Benchmarks from an unknown GPU have appeared on the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database, showcasing a single core GPU that may be AMD's upcoming RX 490. 
 
This new GPU has shown up with the device ID 687F:C1, which is an unknown, unreleased GPU. At this time it is unknown if this will be a future desktop or mobile GPU from AMD, though the benchmarks below do showcase performance that is similar to Nvidia's GTX 1080, lining up closely with the previously leaked performance of an AMD Radeon Pro 490.   

  

Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

 

For a long time now, an AMD has been teasing their upcoming RX 490 GPU, with many expecting the new GPU to be released in late 2016, now a release in that timeframe seems unlikely. The GPU is expected to target 4K resolution and come with a memory bus that is larger than 256-bit, though no further information is currently known. 

Previous leaks have suggested that AMD's upcoming Vega GPU would come with 4096 GPU cores and use HBM 2.0 memory. Sadly the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database does not give any detailed GPU specifications, so at this time this unlisted GPU will remain a mystery. 

  
Alleged AMD Vega benchmarks appear online

 

At this time it is unknown if this GPU is an overclocked GPU, an underclocked prototype or a near retail sample that AMD plans on making public on the near future. Right now AMD's Vega architecture is expected to launch in early 2017, though some expect AMD to make a new GPU announcement at their New Horizon event on December 13th at 9pm GMT. 

 

You can join the discussion on these alleged AMD Vega benchmarks on the OC3D Forums

  

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05-12-2016, 06:14:04

AlienALX
Well this throws a monkey wrench in my idea. I mean I know Raja was in Shanghai like ages and ages ago going over the design for Vega but the 490 was supposed to launch in October (according to AMD themselves, it was listed on their site) so now? god knows.

Either way I am too poor for uber end GPUs now. Probably a good thing really, they were probably about the worst possible waste of money for me. Never got sod all back for them either.Quote

05-12-2016, 07:46:26

Kleptobot
I'm kind of disappointed if they are the scores Vega is getting in a dx12 benchmark. I know beta drivers and possible underclocking may be at play, but I really want a beast of a gpu to be on the cardsQuote

05-12-2016, 07:49:08

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
I'm kind of disappointed if they are the scores Vega is getting in a dx12 benchmark. I know beta drivers and possible underclocking may be at play, but I really want a beast of a gpu to be on the cards
It is expected that Vega will come in several forms, like Polaris coming in Polaris 10 and Polaris 11.

This GPU is thought to be an RX 490, with an RX Fury coming above it. Right no this is what is rumoured, but right now we have no clear info available.

Sadly right now all we can do is guess as new info comes.Quote

05-12-2016, 08:20:58

AlienALX
IIRC there are two flavours of Vega. Vega 10 and Vega 11. The former was rumored to take on the 1070 with the latter rumored to sit between the 1080 and TXP.

If this Vega is GDDR and has a good price (£300-£350) and does take on the 1070 it will be a good card for mid/high end users.

They are better leaving HBM to the higher end card tbh. They also need to work with game devs to sort out multi GPU too because Navi is supposed to be scaleable.Quote

05-12-2016, 18:20:57

NeverBackDown
Vega 11 is the smaller chip again. Rumored to replace P10 with better performance/watt.
V10 is the Fury Line replacement. Expected equal performance to 1080. All rumors of course.
Also Vega is supporting HBM2 across the board according the all the slides they posted before.Quote
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