AMD RX Vega 64 and Vega 56 Review

Ashes of Singularity

AMD RX Vega64 and Vega52 Review

Ashes of Singularity DirectX 12

You'll struggle to find a game which shows the sheer amount of particles available on DirectX 12 than Ashes of Singularity, and as part of the June Humble Bundle Monthly we're sure more of you own this than ever. A great chance to put your system up against the results we've achieved here. There definitely is a big chunk of performance to be gained from overclocking both the cards, with the Vega56 matching a stock Vega64 and the Vega64 stretching ahead of its stock self and GTX 1080 competition. Neither get close to the nVidia flagship, but hey ho.

AMD RX Vega64 and Vega56 Ashes of Singularity DirectX 12  

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22-08-2017, 14:39:35

Dicehunter
Great vid, Really miffed at AMD about this, I wanted a full AMD rig i.e CPU+GPU but the lack of power and over the top power draw have killed all fancy of getting a Vega 64 card

Ryzen was a pure win, Fantastic product, Vega is...well...a big fat fail.

As a side note I did a test on the rig I'm currently using, 1800X overclocked to 4GHz, 16GB 3200MHz, 1080 Ti Strix overclocked to 2050/6000, All fans at full and the max I saw was 450 watts, Briefly, Very disappointing to see such terrible power draw from AMD.Quote

22-08-2017, 14:45:22

russler
It really paid off reviewing this a little later, im glad you said what needed to be said about the crappy pricing making it noncompetitive.Quote

22-08-2017, 15:03:06

Avet
AMD just struck gold for nVidia. All those people that have been waiting for Vega will now go and buy nVidia cards.

Just complete and utter fail from AMD. If the mining hasn't gone up just before the launch of Vega I really think that AMD graphic division would go bankrupt.

I don't think they can continue like this for much longer. This is their 4th generation of cards that is demolished buy the green team, and the Volta is coming. nVidia will now just refine manufacturing process and continue to rule. In the past AMD offered good budget option, but now they are more expensive, they use 2x more power, they heat up like furnaces, and they offer roughly the same performance. Who in the right mind would buy Vega (apart from the pathological fanboys)?Quote

22-08-2017, 16:02:15

Tolemac
I'm glad I bought a GTX 1080 when I did Quote

22-08-2017, 16:10:28

jellowiggler
It just puts AMD behind a bit again, that's all.

It's better than where they were I guess. They do now have an upper tear set of cards. But who will pick these up with the increased power draw and heat? Especially with inflated pricing. It just doesn't line up well on the shelf.

I waited, and waited, and waited, then I bought a 1080.

Hopefully the AIBs can do a bit of fun stuff to the boards and come out with some wins.

No pressure on Nvidia to release the Volta consumer adaptations if AMD's best can't get up to the level of last year's cards. Pascal may be it for the next 6-12 months. That's OK I guess. Maxwell/Pascal is a nice and stable platform for nvidia and AMD can use the time to polish their drivers and software.Quote
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