Average Bench: 93.1% (44th of 666)

Based on 87,977 user benchmarks.  Device: 1002 687F Models: Radeon(TM) RX Vega, Radeon RX Vega

The AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 is built on 14 nm silicon and contains next-generation compute units (nCUs). Each NCU houses 64 steam processors, of which the Vega 64 has 4096 compared to 3584 in the Vega 56. The architecture also employs 8GB of second generation high-bandwidth memory (HBM2). At launch (two years ago) AMD described this as the most significant leap in their GPU architecture for the last five years. We recently ran the Vega 56 through our EFps lab which showed that in today’s market the Vega series of cards “could” be tempting, at around the $200 mark. (Vega 56 results here)  [Nov '19 GPUPro]

Excellent average bench

The AMD RX Vega-64 averaged just 6.8% lower than the peak scores attained by the group leaders. This is an excellent result which ranks the AMD RX Vega-64 near the top of the comparison list.

Strengths

Avg. Locally-deformable PRT (Bat) 111fps
Avg. NBody particle system (Galaxy) 126fps

Very good consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the AMD RX Vega-64 is just 19.1%. This is a relatively narrow range which indicates that the AMD RX Vega-64 performs reasonably consistently under varying real world conditions.

Weaknesses

Avg. High dynamic range lighting (Teapot) 108fps
Avg. Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones) 179fps
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Average Bench

(Based on 87,977 samples)
Min Avg Max
96.6 Lighting 111 123
97 Reflection 108 113
154 Parallax 179 200
89.7% 133 fps
Min Avg Max
86.2 MRender 92.1 95.4
110 Gravity 126 139
71.9 Splatting 76.4 79
97.2% 98.2 fps
User Benchmarks Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
The fastest GPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
AMD(1002 0B36) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 1630 MHz, MLim: 945 MHz, Ram: 8GB, Driver: 21.9.1
Lighting 118
Reflection 111
Parallax 183
95% 137 fps
MRender 93.4
Gravity 131
Splatting 77.3
100% 100 fps
CLim: 1630 MHz, MLim: 945 MHz, Ram: 8GB, Driver: 21.9.2
Lighting 109
Reflection 112
Parallax 181
88% 134 fps
MRender 93.1
Gravity 130
Splatting 77
100% 99.9 fps
CLim: 1630 MHz, MLim: 945 MHz, Ram: 8GB, Driver: 20.10.35.02
Lighting 111
Reflection 111
Parallax 194
90% 138 fps
MRender 92.7
Gravity 121
Splatting 76.4
94% 96.8 fps
AMD(1002 0B36) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 1630 MHz, MLim: 945 MHz, Ram: 8GB, Driver: 21.3.2
Lighting 0.1
Reflection 17.2
Parallax 40.6
0% 19.3 fps
MRender 3.8
Gravity 108
Splatting 23.8
74% 45.3 fps
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The number of benchmark samples for this model as a percentage of all 46,358,976 GPUs tested.

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Hardware Id Samples Bench ± SD Model / Price (MSRP ≈ $600 @ launch in Aug '17)
Asus(1043 04C4) 24% 91% ± 4%
Asus RX Vega 64 8GB ROG Strix Gaming
ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING
AmazonUS $9006 months
Sapphire(1DA2 E37F) 22% 96% ± 6%
AMD(1002 6B76) 20% 91% ± 6%
Gigabyte RX Vega 64 8GB
GV-RXVEGA64-8GD-B
AmazonUS $40011 months
XFX RX Vega 64 8GB
RX-VEGMTBFX6
Sapphire RX Vega 64 8GB
21275-02-20G
AMD(1002 0B36) 15% 95% ± 5%
Gigabyte(1458 2308) 8% 92% ± 6%
Gigabyte RX Vega 64 8GB Gaming OC
GV-RXVEGA64GAMING OC-8GD
AmazonUS $67911 months
PowerColor(148C 2387) 5% 94% ± 6%
MSI(1462 3680) 5% 92% ± 8%
MSI RX Vega 64 8GB Gaming Air Boost
RX VEGA 64 AIR BOOST 8G OC
AmazonUS $8798 months
Acer(1025 1246) 1% 70% ± 1%
XFX(1682 9C10) 0% 93% ± 0%
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Typical RX Vega-64 Builds (Compare 94,282 builds) See popular component choices, score breakdowns and rankings.
Gaming
Gaming 81%
Aircraft carrier
Desktop
Desktop 87%
Aircraft carrier
Workstation
Workstation 77%
Battleship

Motherboard: Asus ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING - $128

EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER Value: 64% - Good Total price: $963

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 Comments

Added 4 years ago.

Good

6 months ago.

I HATE IT RATHER GIVE IT A ZERO IF I CANNNNN


Good

5 months ago.

Good gpu but drivers are buggy

Comment 

vs. 1080: Worse performance, FAR higher power consumption, FAR higher thermal output, more expensive - literally no upside unless you have spent alot on a top-notch freesync monitor and can get the 64 at the same price as a 1080.—Oct '17


Excellent

17 months ago.

Mayor desempeño y poco calentamiento


Excellent

15 months ago.

Sure may be power hungry, hot and noisy, but for the price I paid (under USD 250) it's great value for money


Excellent

1 month ago.

its very good and can run all games on max settings


Disliked

6 months ago.

Comment 

AMD's try to rival the Titan series, and get into the "heavy workload" market. Powerhungry, extremely expensive, buggy drivers were the major problems why creators, editors wont buy this GPU. Not for gaming! Although, if you want to risk it, it may pay off. My adivce? Get a Titan for your cash, and dont let AMD's BS fool you.—Mar '21


Good

14 months ago.

Finally, AMD have a good competitor to high end NVIDIA GPUs


Poor

13 months ago.

In games with new API (dx12, vulkan) it have better performance, than nVidia cads, that cost the same.


Excellent

2 years ago.

With better texture. Mos def, I am going for it this year


Good

17 months ago.

STRONGER THAN 1080 BUT HERE IS BELOW THAN 1070 :)))) ONLY SITE ON WORLD WITH SO POOR BENCHMARK


Good

2 years ago.

worth is its around 200 dollars cheaper than a 1080 and the performance is quite similar


Good

22 months ago.


Good

2 years ago.

Cheaper now out performs in some games


Excellent

14 months ago.

good performance but eat 300w electricity and costs very bad in russia


Excellent

2 years ago.

If you're going to buy a Vega 64, do yourself a favor and buy a Sapphire Nitro+, PowerColor Red Devil, or Asus ROG Strix. As far as I can tell, those are just about the only three cards worth buying if you want some of the best performance Vega 64 has to offer. I have the Sapphire Nitro+ card and I would argue that it's the best Vega 64 on the market. I've run countless benchmarks with mine (not just here on UserBenchmark) and the results are almost consistently ahead of the GTX 1080/RTX 2070/Vega 64 Liquid pack and often approach the performance of the GTX 1080 Ti/RTX 2080/Radeon VII. If you buy a reference (blower style) card, you're probably not going to see results like those I mentioned above. At least, not without maxing the fan speed (creating a lot of noise) or installing a custom cooler or watercooling solution. The same can be said of most any reference card, whether AMD or Nvidia. At the prices these have been selling for recently (sub-$400 or even the $420 Sapphire Nitro+), they still offer great cost-to-performance, even when compared to Nvidia's recent competitive GPUs. It just depends what you're looking for, what you need, or who you pledge allegiance to (and there are a lot of you that only see green because the propaganda-filled marketing machine is unstoppable).


Terrible

17 months ago.

Uses too much power - even more than a 2080 Ti!


Excellent

2 years ago.

3333


Terrible

4 years ago.

Overpriced, cost as much as a 1080Ti ($699), uses too much power and poor performance for the money. Poor Vega.


Excellent

2 years ago.

Seriously powerful card stock. Underclock/overclock and you have a beast.


Terrible

2 years ago.

trash card


Excellent

2 years ago.

At first I was underwhelmed but the price was right. $250.00 cheaper than the 2070 was going to buy initially . After some over clocking, undervolting and bechmarking here and the valley I got it to runquite well. Way better than most. The numbers speak for themselves.


Poor

16 months ago.

poor price/performance the only good thing in it is that deliver 10bit in OpenCL. yet it still terrible in OpenGL and DirectX.


Excellent

3 years ago.

can some one help me overclock this card for mining my email is jsarrio@tulane.edu thanks


Excellent

3 years ago.

I was lucky to have bought it at 570€. I bought it because I hate nvidia's gimping (gameworks) and the extremely slow OpenCL performances on macOS (I sometimes use it on an Hackintosh). Best card I've ever tried! I use it in 1080p or 1400p virtual, and every game can be played at 60fps without any problem. At those resolutions it uses about 150-180W, and I'm happy with that.


Excellent

2 years ago.

Got it for 400 dollars and have been able to Undervolt and Overclock for a significant performance boost over stock. Love this card and I believe it is a great alternative for a 1080 and 2070 if you can find it for the right price.


Excellent

2 years ago.

Super solid card. No issues!


Excellent

2 years ago.

Vega 64 in crossfire will as of today (25/05/2019), out-bench and out-fps in 60% of games compared to a single 2080ti for 400$ cheaper, at the expense of power consumption and heat.


Excellent

2 years ago.

ich habe eine vega 64 nitro+ wirklich ein super gerät, entlich alles in 4k zocken


Good

17 months ago.

With a morpheus cooler and the right tweaking OOF Until it blows up on you


Excellent

2 years ago.

nice card ;) good performances in game and 3d work ;) overclocking capacity takes time but with good power we get very good performance well above the reference version and even compared to all versions custome (air or liquid).


Excellent

2 years ago.

undervolting works mint!


Excellent

13 months ago.

After playing around with voltages and clock speeds, on both the core clock and memory, I was able to achieve 110%. Loud card, will definitely change the cooler in the future.


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