3DMark Time Spy basic edition
3DMark Fire Strike basic edition
3DMark (2x Vega Frontier 19.Q1.2 drivers) notes:
it seems these results are not outstanding (Time Spy ranked at 80th place and Fire Strike at 59th, taking in account 2x Vega FE as GPUs with every CPU); not sure, but I guess higher scores used GPU overclocking, and, for sure, different drivers – I’m using Radeon Pro, probably Adrenalin gaming drivers perform better, who knows?!
3DMark (2x Vega Frontier Adrenaline 19.4 drivers) notes:
as suspected, using the Adrenaline newest driver, scores had increased a bit – even if RAM clock is 2% lower; and now they are also validated; Time Spy ranked at 72th place and Fire Strike at 56th, taking in account 2x Vega FE as GPUs like before; nothing to write home about, but better than nothing!
3DMark (Radeon VII Adrenaline 19.5.1 drivers) notes:
now, using a single GPU, the Radeon VII, Time Spy score is obviously lower than using two GPUS, the Vega Frontier; yet, result is better than single Vega Frontier – 6377 Vs 8546 with both GPUs @stock (but VII used CPU @stock while Vegas used CPU @4.00GHz); still a +34% improvement!
And, using CPU @4.00Ghz, GPU OC @1.90GHz and memory @1.15GHz, result climbed to 9151, a further +7%! That is a very nice upgrade Vs a single Vega Frontier… let’s wait for a second VII?!? 😀
Fire Strike graphics score using Radeon VII overclocked to 1950MHz and memory @1150MHz is a good 28653 (Vs 31380 using 2x Vega Frontier).
3DMark PCMark 10