AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks In 16 Games, PCIe 4.0 Compatibility

AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks

AMD Radeon VII was announced at CES 2019 and while we did get to see some AMD Radeon VII benchmarks at the event along with some live demos here are some more AMD Radeon VII benchmarks that you might be interested in along with some other details.

AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks

First, let’s look into the specifications of the AMD Radeon VII. You can check them out below:

Graphics Card AMD Radeon R9 Fury X AMD Radeon Vega 64 AMD Radeon Vega VII
GPU Fiji XT Vega 10 Vega 20
Process Node 28nm 14nm 7nm
Compute Units 64 64 60
Stream Processors 4096 4096 3840
Raster Operators 64 64 128
Texture Mapping Units 256 256 240
Clock Speed (Peak) 1050 MHz 1677 MHz (Liquid) 1800 MHz
FP32 Compute 8.6 TFLOPs 13.7 TFLOPs (Liquid) 13.8 TFLOPs
Memory (VRAM) 4 GB HBM 8 GB HBM2 16 GB HBM2
Memory Bus 4096-bit 2048-bit 4096-bit
Memory Bandwidth 512 GB/s 484 GB/s 1 TB/s
TDP 275W 350W (Liquid) 300W
Power Dual 8 Pin Dual 8 Pin Dual 8 Pin
Price $649 US $699 US (Liquid) $699 US
Launch 2015 2017 2019

Moving on to the AMD Radeon VII benchmarks, we do not know what settings were used for these games but keeping in mind that other games were showcased at 4K ultra setting I have to assume that the same goes for the rest of the games as well. You can check out the AMD Radeon VII benchmarks below:

AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks

These AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks are impressive if the games are indeed running at 4K ultra settings. The performance is similar to the RTX 2080 in most cases and that is what you would expect keeping in mind that the pricing is similar as well.

AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks

This is not the only GPU that will be released this year. AMD CEO Lisa Su already confirmed at CES 2019 that there will be more announcements in 2019. AMD CTO Mark Papermaster also mentioned that a new portfolio of Radeon graphics cards will be released this year. The following is what he had to say in this regard:

We are really excited to start on the high end with our 7nm Radeon VII […] and you will see the announcements over the course of the year as we refresh across our Radeon program.

AMD has already confirmed that it will be the first chip maker to support PCIe 4.0 standard and that the upcoming AMD Ryzen 3000 series will be compatible with current 300 and 400 series motherboards and it seems these motherboards will also support PCI3 4.0 after a BIOS update.

AMD Radeon VII Benchmarks

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang was asked about what he thought about the new AMD Radeon VII graphics card and he had some harsh words but AMD CEO Lisa Su also had a decent reply for him.

Let us know what you think about these AMD Radeon VII benchmarks and whether you are interested in getting this graphics card or you would rather wait for the new portfolio to be announced.

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About the Author: Talha Amjad

PC hardware enthusiast and avid gamer Talha Amjad has been creating content for more than 6 years now. He has worked with multiple brands and renowned websites. Tech and gaming are more than just work, they are a passion and way of life for him.

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