Speculation: GPU Performance Comparisons of 2020 *Spawn*

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  1. eastmen

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    This guy has interesting "leaks"

    The nvidia cache sounds interesting but it sounds like ampere could run hot and power hungry.
     
  2. Bondrewd

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    It's all made-up bullshit as usual.
    And the whole e-beggar scene isn't even trying anymore with that.
     
  3. eastmen

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    Which part ? Because I believe AMD has a card that is 40-50% faster than the 2080ti
     
  4. Bondrewd

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    Nearly all of it.
    Yes but this is irrelevant.
     
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    Seems unlikely IMO. I just cant see big Navi being twice as fast as a 5700xt.
     
  6. Bondrewd

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    lol
     
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    me too, I dream of perfect linear scaling...
     
  8. trinibwoy

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    We’ve been down this road before. AMDs track record of living up to hype is incredibly poor. Best to keep expectations in check and hope to be pleasantly surprised.
     
  9. Bondrewd

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    Oh noes, not like this.
    There is no hype.
    Not even the usual YT e-beggar crowd can amass anything besides blind guesses about no less than three taped out dies (and then some).
     
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    if xsx with its minecraft and gears ports breakdowns by DF and Unreal preso's can get to 2080ti + level perf on RDNA2 52CU's .. then 72CU's isn't a stretch to be 2080ti++++ perf ...
     
  11. Bondrewd

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    XSX hardware is a bit special and very generously clocked; but you can get some neat data from it, yeah.
     
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    The DF Gears 5 breakdown mentions XSX having equivalent performance to a 2080. Where did you see 2080 Ti+?

    The XSX has some pretty beefy hardware with raw specs higher than a 2080 super. No doubt the PC RDNA2 parts will match or exceed 2080 Ti performance. But will it change the status quo?
     
  13. Bondrewd

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    At some very very low wattage, yes.
    Yeah.
    Or at least I hope so, because waiting another 12 months for N3x to arrive and roll the die again would be kinda lame.
     
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    Strange they would be having such a hard time on such a mature process.
     
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    I really doubt that AMD will win the overall performance crown this time but this will likely be the first time since Fury or even Hawaii when they'll have an actual competitor to NV's fastest GPU.
    The rumors that NV has seemingly promoted the next x80 card to a xx2 die hints that NV is preparing for this too.
     
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    Turing is over two years old by the time rdna2 sees the light. I think Ampere will be its competitor.
     
  17. Bondrewd

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    Roll the die as in "attempt to sway the market to your side".
    Yields are stellar on both N7 and N5 for AMD.
    They want parity at less power, heat and noise.
    Oh they are.
    It's a real fight now!
    A100 is also way less expensive than you expect despite BOM bloat for a good reason, too.
     
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    That would be a very tall order for them. They haven't been more efficient anywhere since they moved on GCN back in 2012. I suppose that NV going with Samsung for gaming Ampere production may result in this being true though.

    Good. NV was getting stale in gaming lately, they need some proper competition.

    A100 doesn't compete with AMD though, it has its share of AI startups going for the jugular. This will be an interesting fight as well especially since with GA100 NV has transitioned the top chip off gaming / proviz completely now. The next logical step could be the separation of top end HPC and ML h/w.
     
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    i was going off the DF gears vids where they showed perf of xsx version compared to pc with 2080ti/ryzen 3900x 12core

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  20. Bondrewd

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    Nah.
    Who cares, that was way before under different mgmt.
    Competition?
    Uh.
    OH YES IT DOES.
    Those too, to a way lesser degree unfortunately.
    Graphcore seems to have some adoption, and that's about it.
    Oh and I guess Cerebras does something very unique but they count too.
    For both nV and AMD, yeah.
    It's coming.
     
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