Possible Radeon RX Vega 3DMark Time Spy Benchmark Result

In our forums there have been posted some links towards a 3DMark TimeSpy results. Looking at the result set, that actually might be Radeon RX Vega. The result shows the card that is running Time Spy with with a score of 5950 points and a graphics score of 5721 points.

It might be Radeon RX Vega as the graphics card info in the result set shows a few familiar things. It is an undetected AMD card, is has 8GB of graphics memory and the strongest indicator of it all, the memory runs 700 MHz. In case you don’t remember, HBM memory on the Radeon R9 Fury ran at 500 MHz. With Vega having HBM2, that 700 MHz is very plausible.

The driver result set is a 22.19.384.20. The driver states, not FM approved e.g. it is a beta driver.
The score seems a bit low, the card runs 1200 MHz. If it is an engineering board we assume the clocks on the final products would be much higher. The card is tested on a X370 system with Ryzen 7 1800X processor. Perhaps we are assuming a little more than is possible and it is a Firepro card.

If you compare a little back and forth (Ryzen 7 1800X and out test platform only differ a few hundred points in Time Spy), you can assume a card in the GeForce GXT 1070 and when faster clocked 1080 performance bracket) at 5950 points. If you focus solely in the GPU score then 5721 points is spot on a GeForce GTX 1070.

Plese keep in mind, AMD might releasing several products based off Vega, e.g. something again a 1070, something against a 1080 and who knows something that climbs up towards the 1080 Ti. Let's hope so.

The score can be found publicly on 3DMark:

Let’s take this entry with a huge grain of salt, and take all the right disclaimers for granted okay? 

Update, thanks to the sharp eyes of GeniusPr0 who spotted that the Devier Hardware ID for the entry is 687F:C1, and that leads to a story we covered back in December.


We also noticed that ID for a Doom Vulkan result set that was posted from an AMD event (check photo above) So yes, chances are getting much higher that this is the real thing. You can retrieve the Hardware_ID info once you place the result set into a comparison. You then will also notice that this result  set was a fresh one, created on the 12th of April.

Printed from: https://www.guru3d.com/story/possible-radeon-rx-vega-3dmark-time-spy-benchmark-result/