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Vega Frontier Ed Beats TITAN Xp in Compute, Formidable Game Performance: Preview

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Impressive isn't it, after all the hype, you can actually buy Vega, and based on Scan now showing pre-order many already have.

And we still don't really know how it performs, the mind boggles.
And the best thing is it aplarently only costs 1000 dollars now! May not always beat a titan Xp, but at least it's a bit cheaper! Only a tad more expensive than a p4000 and wayyyyy cheaper than a p5000!
 
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And the best thing is it aplarently only costs 1000 dollars now! May not always beat a titan Xp, but at least it's a bit cheaper! Only a tad more expensive than a p4000 and wayyyyy cheaper than a p5000!

That isn't really issue, those cards are aimed at big business that can easily absorb the costs, especially where ISV certification is king.

There is already a discussion over at Beyond3D where someone has the card, but despite being asked still seems reluctant to share simple things like frame rates in a few games, sure these aren't gaming cards, but you can still game with them after all.

Anyway I'm sure more performance figures will appear online, especially now people actually own the cards and aren't any under NDA.

Tiss a bit odd, that's all.
 
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