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Vega 64 VS 5700 XT in 2020

Vega64 is technically slightly more powerful (and uses a lot more electricity) but it’s a good deal older. It will have connector and driver issues in all likelyhood.  I might go for the 5700xt even if it’s not as good on that basis.

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Hello everyone, I'm planning to buy a graphics card. I have 2 two options which is vega 64 and 5700 XT. Which one is best for content creation. I live in India which GIGABYTE Radeon RX Vega 64 cost around 357$ and 5700 XT cost around 471$, both are 8 GB version. Which one is best for content creation software likes after affects, davinci resolve and premier pro. Looking forward for your answer :)

 

Thank you 

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Vega64 is technically slightly more powerful (and uses a lot more electricity) but it’s a good deal older. It will have connector and driver issues in all likelyhood.  I might go for the 5700xt even if it’s not as good on that basis.


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Just now, Bombastinator said:

Vega64 is technically slightly more powerful (and uses a lot more electricity) but it’s a good deal older. It will have connector and driver issues in all likelyhood.  I might go for the 5700xt even if it’s not as good on that basis.

I was under the impression the 5600XT = Vega 56 and that means the 5700 non XT is a Vega 64... :I


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

Vega64 is technically slightly more powerful (and uses a lot more electricity) but it’s a good deal older. It will have connector and driver issues in all likelyhood.  I might go for the 5700xt even if it’s not as good on that basis.

Is vega 64 more powerful than a 5700xt for content creation ?

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The Vega 64 performs similarly to a 1080 or 2060, while the 5700XT trails a 1080Ti or 2070 Super, so it's a good ~15% faster than the 64. 

Also, the V64 pulls around 300W of power unless it's a blower style cooler variant, so that's something to keep in mind too.

 

How much can you get a 5600XT for though? The 14Gbps vBIOS variants (like the Sapphire Pulse or Powercolor Red Dragon) perform slightly better than the 2060 on average.

 

Edit: For your workload, the Vega 64 could actually come out ahead as it's a lot more geared towards productivity workloads, but there's also the fact that, again, it pulls a lot of power, runs hot and is quite a bit older at this point in time.

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8 minutes ago, Nena Trinity said:

I was under the impression the 5600XT = Vega 56 and that means the 5700 non XT is a Vega 64... :I

Marketing and engineering are different departments. Engineering builds stuff marketing names stuff.


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25 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

The Vega 64 performs similarly to a 1080 or 2060, while the 5700XT trails a 1080Ti or 2070 Super, so it's a good ~15% faster than the 64. 

Also, the V64 pulls around 300W of power unless it's a blower style cooler variant, so that's something to keep in mind too.

 

How much can you get a 5600XT for though? The 14Gbps vBIOS variants (like the Sapphire Pulse or Powercolor Red Dragon) perform slightly better than the 2060 on average.

 

Edit: For your workload, the Vega 64 could actually come out ahead as it's a lot more geared towards productivity workloads, but there's also the fact that, again, it pulls a lot of power, runs hot and is quite a bit older at this point in time.

I'm sorry if I sound stupid but vega 64 has 4096 Stream Processors and 5700XT only Stream Processors 2560. The reason why I said because you said " Vega 64 performs similarly to a 1080 or 2060, while the 5700XT trails a 1080Ti or 2070 Super " 

 

Also I have i7 4790k processor, will I face bottleneck ?

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14 minutes ago, prasanth_1991 said:

I'm sorry if I sound stupid but vega 64 has 4096 Stream Processors and 5700XT only Stream Processors 2560. The reason why I said because you said " Vega 64 performs similarly to a 1080 or 2060, while the 5700XT trails a 1080Ti or 2070 Super " 

 

Also I have i7 4790k processor, will I face bottleneck ?

You can't really compare them that way, simply because they're based on completely different architectures.

Depends on how CPU intensive your workloads are. The 4790K is still a reasonably capable chip today so you'll probably be fine for the most part.


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4 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

You can't really compare them that way, simply because they're based on completely different architectures.

Depends on how CPU intensive your workloads are. The 4790K is still a reasonably capable chip today so you'll probably be fine for the most part.

Thanks for valuable answer. really appreciated 

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On 7/10/2020 at 11:51 AM, prasanth_1991 said:

Hello everyone, I'm planning to buy a graphics card. I have 2 two options which is vega 64 and 5700 XT. Which one is best for content creation. I live in India which GIGABYTE Radeon RX Vega 64 cost around 357$ and 5700 XT cost around 471$, both are 8 GB version. Which one is best for content creation software likes after affects, davinci resolve and premier pro. Looking forward for your answer :)

 

Thank you 

Take the vega I heard Navi has driver problems but if u want more preformance u should get the 5700xt since it outperforms the 64.

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On 7/10/2020 at 9:51 AM, prasanth_1991 said:

Hello everyone, I'm planning to buy a graphics card. I have 2 two options which is vega 64 and 5700 XT. Which one is best for content creation. I live in India which GIGABYTE Radeon RX Vega 64 cost around 357$ and 5700 XT cost around 471$, both are 8 GB version. Which one is best for content creation software likes after affects, davinci resolve and premier pro. Looking forward for your answer :)

 

Thank you 

In those workloads, there should be no discernable difference until Adobe get off their lazy buts and start including AMD-specific hardware support like they do with Nvidia.

 

If you also plan on gaming with the system, or if you want to use the AMD hardware encoder, (very little support for it right now, because of lazy devs) then you should go for the 5700 XT.


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I have a vega 64 Red DEvil water cooled and looking at benqmarks normally is at the lvl of a rtx 2070. If you get games dx12 and vulkan it goes close to the 1080ti. But mine is maxed out with powertables

 

1750mhz and 1150mhz hbm2.

 

It all depends on cooling, they are very hot and can use with a oc around 380w.

 

The best advice that I can give is, get a cheap 5700 with 3 fans and put the 5700xt bios on it.

 

Good luck

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