AMD Fiji CompuBench Scores show great performance
OpenCL scores of AMD Fiji
Published: 9th June 2015 | Source: VideoCardz |
AMD Fiji CompuBench Scores show OpenCL performance
CompuBench benchmark scores of AMD’s Fury GPU have appeared online. The test shows OpenCL performance, which is not a good indication of gaming performance, but it does show raw performance. The tests were done in May, which means performance might be better at launch when the drivers get updated.
Possibly even more interesting is the fact that the benchmark confirms that the Fiji GPU has 64 compute units, which translates to 4,096 stream cores in total. Now, onto the test results. Right off the bat we notice that Fiji actually beat the Titan X in the Ocean Surface Simulation and TVL1 Optical Flow tests, but again: this is definitely not a good indication of gaming performance. The Titan X did beat Fiji in Face Detection and Particle Simulation tests. In fact, even the original Titan beat Fiji in the latter.
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