- Apr 10, 2003
I'm excited to see what the new rdna plus pcie 4 can deliver.
The bond between the two is that AMD specified that Navi RDNA has performance gains when paired with pcie4.0. It's not a guess as to whether or not it can saturate bandwidth or if it is needed. It was specifically mentioned that the architecture is vastly more powerful over pcie4.
I'm probably going to get one. I'm not comparing to rx cards pound for pound.
I'll compare mine to my 1070tiI might get one for my Ncase, post AIB release. GN didn't give me a warm fuzzy with their thermals/noise. However... Impressed with their performance vs. 2060/2070 Super.
Using it I regularly stream 4k60 without noticeable lag on games my GTX 1070 FTW can usually hit 4k60 on. There seems to be very, very little overhead. It also recognizes controllers far, far, far better than the Nvidia streaming did.Oh you know after the steam link I was turned off to that idea but no one ever recommended it either. I'll give it a shot.
You are some man to buy GPUs!! Will be interested to hear your views, you normally give very level headed opinions of the cards you purchase.I bought one of the XT cards this morning.
Looks like inventory is good (that or they're not selling well) because I see almost all the models in stock.
Yes, and the 480 gets smoked.Has anyone found a review that shows how they stack up against the RX480?.
what kind of device can you stream 4k60 to through steam link?Using it I regularly stream 4k60 without noticeable lag on games my GTX 1070 FTW can usually hit 4k60 on. There seems to be very, very little overhead. It also recognizes controllers far, far, far better than the Nvidia streaming did.
Make sure you go into the settings and turn off the bandwidth limits if you're planning on anything over 1080p. there's some tutorials on how to get the steam link app streaming at higher bandwidths easily and efficiently.
(My home network is1Gb Ethernet, which does make a difference.)
Puget Systems hopefully will run some Adobe related tests for the Navi cards, they are already working on the new Ryzen CPU's.what kind of device can you stream 4k60 to through steam link?
Also, anyone with a 5700/xt also have premiere pro and able to run some tests?
didn't know they also had a benchmark now (as of today!). That is great since the PPBM8 (premiere pro benchmark) website went down after the creator passed away.
if you hit reply on both posts, you can reply to 2 posts with a single post, so you don't have to post two identical posts to two different posts.
That's one reason I'd like to see the rumored "Higher tier Navi" and one of them to have a 16GB option, making a cheaper equivalent or better than the Radeon VII at 1440P, 4K, and even things like crypto mining.I loved the Radeon VII, but I can't see anyone buying that any longer. The 5700 XT is neck and neck in performance for a much cheaper price.
Sure, at 4K the Radeon VII does pull ahead, but I'm not sure enough to justify the cost. Though I guess if you want AMD's best, Radeon VII is still an option for now.