- Sep 6, 2004
Anyone here with an RX Vega and HTC Vive or Oculus want to fire up Nvidia VCAT VR or SteamVR performance tool?
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Here's what I got for my aircooled Vega (balanced profile, ~400w seen on killawatt, 17.8.2 drivers) running with R7 email@example.com and 3200mhz ram.
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I was really hoping that Vega would deliver a bit more in the VR performance dept. Vega is "ok"... trailing a good bit behind Nvidia's last gen offering... and barely managing even half of what Nvidia's top tier cards can offer when it comes to overall VR performance. Granted Vega is pretty good bang for the buck at what it does manage to deliver, but for someone after top shelf VR performance (everything dialed up to max with supersampling) , Vega pales in comparison.
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Here's one from Babletechreviews. It's a VR comparison with the Vega 64 liquid and the GTX 1080 FE and GTX 1080 TI FE.
Looks like the GTX 1080 FE is 25% faster in VR then the RX Vega Liquid. I thought they would be about even. Looks like AMD has a lot of work to do on their VR drivers.
They have a lot of driver optimizations needed for Vega still. It's unreasonable to think Vega will be 25% off 1080FE for very long in VR. How does Fury X compare to Vega in VR.
I get the same VR ready with my 980ti. I wish they would change it so it has the highest VR ready on a OC Titan, that way we could gauge better.
I would like to upgrade but I want to see what is going to come out.
Soon I'm sure, our VR Guru has a hurricane visiting at the moment.