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Not long ago (July 30), AMD released their next-generation flagship graphics cards for gaming, the RX Vega. AMD does not provide us more details of how the RX Vega will be performing, except for some general specifications and synthetic benchmarks results. Now, couple benchmark results of the RX Vega 56 were leaked.
The RX Vega 56 does not feature a fully enabled Vega GPU. It gets only 56 out of the 64 compute units. It is also clocked slightly lower than its bigger brother – RX Vega 64. It is a direct competitor of the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070. They are both priced similarly.
The above benchmarks are run at a resolution of 2560×1440, on a Windows 10 machine. The testbench is configured with an Intel Core i7-7700K at 4.2 GHz with 16GB of RAM.
They ran the benchmarks on 4 games in certain graphics settings.
- Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare on High Presets
- DOOM on Ultra with 8x TSAA
- Civilization 6 on Ultra with 4x MSAA
- Battlefield 1 on Ultra Presets
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