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you would think that for a company finally releasing a high end product to complete with their competition that they have always fallen short next to, would have their shit together for the media release. the fact that they knew about the issues mentioned feels like they are more banking on people buying it because people dont like NVidia and would just buy anything else.

 

 

seriously, this is their flagship card, and they seemingly didn't care the problems they were still having when the embargo lifted.

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5 minutes ago, Arika S said:

you would think that for a company finally releasing a high end product to complete with their competition that they have always fallen short next to, would have their shit together for the media release. the fact that they knew about the issues mentioned feels like they are more banking on people buying it because people dont like NVidia and would just buy anything else.

 

 

seriously, this is their flagship card, and they seemingly didn't care the problems they were still having when the embargo lifted.

I think people have the wrong idea.  Vega 20's primary point was workstation tasks, and yes AMD clearly stated this was part of the high end.  It's their first 7nm card that can game, but that was never the sole point of Vega 20.  It's for people doing workstation tasks primarily.  If you want one of their sole gaming cards then you're going to be waiting quite a while as that is the primary point of Navi, not Vega 20.  If you are purely gaming and don't want to wait then you might want to buy the 2080 instead of this workstation card that can game well.


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7 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

No they couldn't as that would be a VEGA 56 with a 7nm Chip.

There is no advantage in doing that.

Clearly not entirely since Radeon's performance is higher than Vega 56 and it's not due to 8GB extra RAM.

 

7 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Why ignore that point? Why claim that its not important?? 

The larger VRAM Cards were always the ones you could use way longer than the lesser ones...

Because by the time I need 16GB for gaming, a top of the line current card with 16GB will be lower end mid range. 

 

Again, I am not saying this is a bad card - it's just my take on why I think people are mostly meh about it. Rendering, compute aside - for consumer gaming it's mostly an OKayish premiere, nothing more.

 

10 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Just look at how good Radeon HD7970 was compared to GTX680, especially in hinsight, what an awesome deal the Radeon would have been if you've gotten it. But people ignore all those facts and don't listen...

 

Well yeah but unless AMD beats the fact into people's skulls nothing will ever change. Your solution is what, that they stop trying because "people will buy NVIDIA anyway"? That's not the way to take the market. They need to be relentless in their pursuit of market share. The alternative is to be angry, take your toys and drop the GPU segment altogether.

 

If they couldn't make the GPU cheaper with less RAM due to supply chains, then fine - it is what it is. But they have a recipe for potential Ryzen-esque premiere: make the same card with less RAM but same performance. Sure, people will probably buy more NVIDIA anyway but it's just how it works - their position is that of an avalanche. You can't put a stop to an avalanche just like that, you have to take it apart little by little.

 


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18 minutes ago, valdyrgramr said:

Because I care more about rendering, but it also will do better in games that I play too.  After seeing the blender results I am very pleased.  I mostly play arena shooters from id, other id titles, hack and slash games like DMC V, and so on.  The only game I have some interest in, where RTX is even going to be utilized at all, is Anthem.  But, that's not a game I am going to play a lot compared to Rage 2, Doom Eternal, Quake Champions, and Devil May Cry V.

 

I would totally buy the Radeon VII over standard RTX 2080.   The only reason I went with the Ti version is this is my last system based on what I have before a major upgrade.


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I haven't dug through the thread, but what I get from this, it's consuming more power than a 2080 and performing just a little worse than it?


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1 minute ago, mxk. said:

it's consuming more power than a 2080 and performing just a little worse than it?

Why does this sound familiar? 🤔

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Vega 64 vs 1080

Fury vs 980

 


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18 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

They did, a couple of times.

 

Just look at how good Radeon HD7970 was compared to GTX680, especially in hinsight, what an awesome deal the Radeon would have been if you've gotten it. But people ignore all those facts and don't listen...

 

this is what is kinda a problem for them same with 290/x too

customers cant bet on fine wine electronics and cant guess where its going to happen too

7970 came in competing falling short and we all know if was optimized it would have blown the doors off nvidia

same with 290

releasing a product to closer to its full potential is a big deal

and kinda stiffles themselves especially when comes to them updating the performance but losing out on a sale

lets take the 290 for example was more recent

if  you bought one (which is still very capable card today)

came out running around 75% of its potential, benches/reviews/etc all have it losing to cards they are killing now but as a customer you look at those and buy accordingly

then with those updates which is nice(like said crystal ball like on which and how much increase) but you have to produce your next gen with enough performance and/or features to get them to buy next gen or 2 down the road

290 came into the world competing with the 780 and is leaving coming close to the 980

now if they had that from the get go they would have took over many sales

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1 minute ago, PCGuy_5960 said:

Why does this sound familiar? 🤔

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Vega 64 vs 1080

Fury vs 980

 

gtx 1080 xddd lol


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Just now, mxk. said:

gtx 1080 xddd lol

 


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7 minutes ago, mxk. said:

I haven't dug through the thread, but what I get from this, it's consuming more power than a 2080 and performing just a little worse than it?

Pretty much.  It does well in specific rendering tasks for people using tools like Maya and Blender, but when you start focusing more on video editing and gaming in DX11 and DX12 then the 2080 does better.  If you're mostly playing what I play the Radeon VII will do better, but it's not really ideal for purely gaming, if you're not playing Vulkan heavy titles, and/or people doing video editing compared to the 2080 at said price point.  You might wanna go turing or wait for navi if you're solely gaming, tbh.  This is like the vega fe 2.0.


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Just now, valdyrgramr said:

snip snoop

Do you think driver optimization could help against the 2080? Or are the adrenaline drivers already pretty much peak?

 

1 minute ago, PCGuy_5960 said:

 

I can't watch the video since I'm in class, but isn't the incident that got Freakazoid kicked out of c9? Simple is such a cuck, but man he's such a good player. #1 on HLTV's rankings for 2018.. 


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Just now, mxk. said:

Do you think driver optimization could help against the 2080? Or are the adrenaline drivers already pretty much peak?

 

I can't watch the video since I'm in class, but isn't the incident that got Freakazoid kicked out of c9? Simple is such a cuck, but man he's such a good player. #1 on HLTV's rankings for 2018.. 

Well, I keep hearing in the videos that they were just using the current drivers.  AMD usually tunes cards overtime with driver updates to compete better.  So, most likely.  I'm waiting until August before buying one, and currently, they're all sold out.  XD 


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Just now, valdyrgramr said:

Well, I keep hearing in the videos that they were just using the current drivers.  AMD usually tunes cards overtime with driver updates to compete better.  So, most likely.  I'm waiting until August before buying one, and currently, they're all sold out.  XD 

Not surprised that they're all sold out, lol.

 

I was thinking about maybe saving up some money after I get a job (not 16, ow) and getting one, but I feel that there's no need to because I have a 1080p 144hz monitor. I'll probably just get a 2070/1080 or V64.


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1 minute ago, mxk. said:

I can't watch the video since I'm in class, but isn't the incident that got Freakazoid kicked out of c9? Simple is such a cuck, but man he's such a good player. #1 on HLTV's rankings for 2018.. 

Not sure, but it's the classic "y u bully me? u fakin bish" clip. ;)

 

Side note, I kinda feel bad for simple, it feels like him and electronic are the only ones doing work on his team. lol


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Just now, PCGuy_5960 said:

Not sure, but it's the classic "y u bully me? u fakin bish" clip. ;)

 

Side note, I kinda feel bad for simple, it feels like him and electronic are the only ones doing work on his team. lol

What team is he on? Still Na'Vi? I'm pretty sure thats the clip where freak and simple were incredibly toxic.

 

I really haven't been paying attention to all the team swaps lately, but something that did surprise me is flusha and kioshima both on c9, lol!


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3 minutes ago, mxk. said:

Not surprised that they're all sold out, lol.

 

I was thinking about maybe saving up some money after I get a job (not 16, ow) and getting one, but I feel that there's no need to because I have a 1080p 144hz monitor. I'll probably just get a 2070/1080 or V64.

I'm going back to college next year and using Maya a lot for game deving tasks, but I'm also going to be developing 2 games of my own while I am there.  I have Sekiro, Doom Eternal, Rage 2, and basically Vulkan and other titles where AMD is most likely going to be doing better on pre-order.  I use a 49 inch 4k tv, a 4k monitor, and 144hz 1080p monitor that I'm probably upping to a 1440p monitor.  This card is ideal for me in my primary rig.  I'm probably getting my fiancee a 2060 or 2070 next year.  Maybe a used 2080.


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Just now, mxk. said:

What team is he on? Still Na'Vi? 

Yep.


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Just now, PCGuy_5960 said:

Yep.

Wow! electronic on navi? tfff?


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Wow! electronic on navi? tfff?

He's been on NaVi for more than a year at this point. xD

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Don't forget, we always see driver updates and boost optimization. 

 

What exactly did they mean at CES when it was mentioned Division 2 "At Launch" will support The Full Set of Advanced Radeon Features.   Lisa Su quickly hushed him up.

 

What are these Advanced Radeon Features ?

 

 

 

 


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I was actually pleased to see that the card is not only competitive with the 2080 in terms of performance but finally also in terms of temps and power: The node reduction was welcomed. Now Nvidia it's still more efficient since I'd imagine they'd pull out even better numbers once they go down the node but for the time being they weren't first and thus it's a net positive for AMD if they can meet demand (Which would be a shame if they can't due to HBM2 btw but still, betting on both a new node and the newest memory is a gamble they went into out of their own volition)

 

What I am not happy about is the apparent regression, specially since this was a bigger issue than the thermals were to begin with. All of the feature set is kind of meaningless to me now (Specially now that there's Freesync on Nvidia...kinda) but I'll still reserve my judgement until there is a mature driver if such a time comes before Nvidia releases a better product so anywhere from a few months to a year for AMD to get their shit together.

 

So overall it's decent, but nobody should be beta testing drivers on an 800 USD product no if/then/buts about it are acceptable.


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8 hours ago, Matsozetex said:

I know this may be unrelated, but the Seasonic Focus Plus series of the PSU had an issue with V56/64 cards, I guess not anymore. Gosh, its so ridiculous to look at the Vega peak draw compared to its competitors.

That's a power modded Vega card. Only the Vega 56 can be power modded like that. Vega 64 and 56 (not modded) draw about as much to slightly less power as the Radeon VII.


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24 minutes ago, THraShArD said:

Don't forget, we always see driver updates and boost optimization. 

 

What exactly did they mean at CES when it was mentioned Division 2 "At Launch" will support The Full Set of Advanced Radeon Features.   Lisa Su quickly hushed him up.

 

What are these Advanced Radeon Features ?

 

 

 

 

interesting had not noticed that, it really does seem like they planned on talking more about it, my guess is that its navi features as navi was supposed to come sooner.

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28 minutes ago, THraShArD said:

Don't forget, we always see driver updates and boost optimization. 

 

What exactly did they mean at CES when it was mentioned Division 2 "At Launch" will support The Full Set of Advanced Radeon Features.   Lisa Su quickly hushed him up.

 

What are these Advanced Radeon Features ?

 

 

 

 

A personal hushing from Lisa Su as shown.


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