Compared to AMD’s long-lasting GCN architecture (which Vega is based on), the new RDNA architecture introduces several radical changes to the underlying GPU design, unleashing significant hardware-level overhauls to everything from the cache to the graphics engine to the compute units themselves. As a consumer, I recently started researching components for a modest video editing rig running Resolve. Davinci Resolve is a tool for editing including the revolutionary new cut page, visual effects, motion graphics, color correction and audio post production, all in a single application! But it is public and I think its commendable, I always research my workloads and test myself. Here, the RTX SUPER 2060 is actually 26%(!) What board and CPU do you have? I suggested that if the article was not meant for the public then perhaps, make it for customers. Working on that right now!
It's 5 months later and there's no Radeon VII's to be found in my area any more. Both cards require 6-pin and 8-pin power connectors, with the Radeon RX 5700 demanding 185 watts of total board power and the Radeon RX 5700 XT needing 225W. Do not buy the reasoning that you should not sell EOL period, it depends and plus depends on the customer. I look forward to the results, I’m sure that was the reason for the bad performance from Navi. That being said, is the 5700XT a good replacement considering it has 8GB of VRAM? Currently using an nvidia card, but looking to swap to a new AMD 5700. ...But its target audience, gamers, aren't interested in it since Navi launched. Is EOL for Radeon VII ever confirmed or announced by AMD, the only original source for the EOL rumor mill is Matt Bach from Puget Systems, who says an AMD representative told the custom PC builder that the Radeon VII is indeed now end of life (EOL). Impressive. Unfortunately, the Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB continues to be at the bottom of the stack with the RTX 2060 SUPER 8GB outperforming it by about 34%. They’re the first graphics cards crafted with AMD’s all-new “RDNA” architecture, which delivers a massive power efficiency boost that Radeon’s been needing for years. Leftover supply does not mean it is still being manufactured. A comparison between a 2060 Super and 5700XT on the X570 platform would be interesting. If you want to use it, absolutely, go ahead! Try to find any other source that publish tests done on the same verity of professional formats, resolutions and varying workloads. Matt. I'd be happy to buy AMD, but right now they just don't make sense for me. I think you’ve heard a lot of press from the competition recently, but when we go out and actually do the real-world testing, not the synthetic benchmarks, but doing real-world testing of how these games perform on our platform, we stack the 9900K against the Ryzen 9 3900X. Unless your love for Nvidia forbids it, that is. Not that I know of. And what these tests are saying is: go buy tons of AMD Radeon VII cards while you can. Driver support is not going anywhere and you know that, so I don't get your logic. DaVinci Resolve Studio - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 & 3090 Performance, Pix4D 4.5.6: AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Performance, Agisoft Metashape 1.6.4: AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Performance, RealityCapture 1.1: AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Performance, DaVinci Resolve Studio - RTX 3080 & 3090 Multi-GPU Performance Scaling, DaVinci Resolve Studio - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Performance, DaVinci Resolve Studio 16.1.2 Update - RED SDK improvements, DaVinci Resolve 15: NVIDIA Quadro RTX Performance, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfEjU8Zx9Ps, DaVinci Resolve GPU Roundup: NVIDIA SUPER vs AMD RX 5700 XT. All the tests use DaVinci Resolve Studio 16.1.1I use the Candle ProjectThe results are in “fps” (frame per second), Hack X299 SAGE 10G – Core i9 14 cores 3.1 Ghz – RAM 64 GB – RX 5700XT 8GB & Radeon VII 16GBI plugged both a Radeon VII and an RX 5700 XT on the motherboard: System info show both use x16 PCIeDisplay is 3440×1440 via DisplayPort, After I Superscale (very GPU intensive) the media to 8K and make the project to 8K, to find a if the RADEON VII’s 16G is an advantage. AMD also introduced new clock speed terminology to more clearly express estimated performance levels. For that testing, we will be using the new Ryzen 3rd Gen platform since that is currently the only way to get PCI-E 4.0 functionality. Was it the OEM AMD model or an AIB card? Curious since I'm planning to build a pc for editing in a month or so. I was really bummed to see that the RX 5700 XT didn't do that well in the test because I've been waiting for the 3rd party mods to come out before buying one. Copyright © 2020 GamersNexus, LLC. Close. I was very excited to see AMD announce their new cards a while back (along with their new processors) since the 2060 wasn't quite beefy enough but the 2070 was a little pricier at that time. Sep 3, 2020 #2 trexjames said: Hello, I have been trying to find out if my GPU should be utilised when Final Cut X renders, transcodes or exports a project. The fact that the RTX 2060 SUPER is faster than both the Vega 64 and 5700 XT, and at worse the same price (looking at current pricing for new cards on Newegg), that makes NVIDIA a pretty clear winner at the low-end.