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AMD 7nm Vega 20 gets benched in 3DMark 11

Posted on Monday, April 30 2018 @ 10:55:34 CEST by

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A couple of days ago, AMD revealed it now has 7nm Radeon Instinct cards running in its labs. Curiously, a benchmark result of a Vega 20 card popped up in the 3DMark database. VideoCardz speculates this was accidentally uploaded by an employee who forgot to disable online result validation.

The Vega 20 GPU is a 7nm part that will be used for the Radeon Instinct machine learning card. At the moment, there's no indication AMD plans to launch a consumer lineup based on this GPU. The benchmark entry reveals the Vega 20 card features 32GB HBM2 memory and that the card has a device ID of 66A0.
The clock speeds were obviously read incorrectly, but the same issue could be observed for Vega 10 before it was released (so yes, it does not mean it was running at 1000 MHz). The Vega 20 testing platform features Ryzen 7 1700.
Anyway, VideoCardz compared the scores with an entry of the Vega Frontier Edition and it doesn't look like the 7nm Vega is much faster. This could be because it's an early engineering sample, or it could be representative of the final product (as we saw with the early Vega 10 scores).

3DMark 11 VEga 20



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