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    not impressed with compute performance (tho not surprised), but i AM impressed by its gaming performance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by plonk420 View Post
    not impressed with compute performance (tho not surprised), but i AM impressed by its gaming performance!
    The GeForce GTX 1650 Ti, or the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti?

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    Updated the charts, Radeon RX 5600 XT is our present champion

    Here he/she is, compared to some former champions:

    Model/Type GPU Fab
    (nm)
    Shaders TMUs ROPs Compute
    Units
    GFLOP SP GFLOP DP GFLOP HP TBP Gflop(SP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(DP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(HP)
    /Watt
    Radeon HD 5970
    Hemlock XT
    =2x Cypress XT
    40
    2x 1600
    2x 80
    2x 2
    20
    4640
    928.0
    -
    294
    15.78
    3.16
    -
    Radeon HD 7990
    Malta XT
    =2x Tahiti XT2
    28
    2x 2048
    2x 128
    2x 32
    32
    8192
    2048.0
    -
    375
    21.85
    5.46
    -
    Radeon RX 5600 XT
    1x Navi 10 XLE
    7
    2304
    144
    64
    36
    8066
    504.0
    16131
    160
    50.41
    3.15
    100.81
    Last edited by Dirk Broer; 03-17-2020 at 12:11 AM.

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    can't remember. probably both.

    has the 5700/5700XT/5600XT gotten any better at compute since launch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plonk420 View Post
    can't remember. probably both.

    has the 5700/5700XT/5600XT gotten any better at compute since launch?
    I don't know for the 5600XT, which is new in the charts. Wikipedia reports higher values than I had before for the 5700/5700XT.

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    Here is a recent article on the competition between GPU's https://www.tomshardware.com/feature...e=notification





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    And then someone posts this ideal solution, ARM server involved: https://www.anandtech.com/show/15621...e=notification





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    Quote Originally Posted by Nflight View Post
    And then someone posts this ideal solution, ARM server involved: https://www.anandtech.com/show/15621...e=notification
    Erh.....where's the GPU in the Cavium ThunderX3 server? It is a fantastic ARM CPU, 96 Cores/384 Threads, ARMv8.3 instruction set, but does the ThunderX3 server have PCIe slots?

    Edit: I found a Cavium ThunderX2 server with a nVidia GT 710.

    BOINC-wise the only caveat is the screaming lack of 64-bit Linux ARM applications.
    With the few projects that have such apps you can sure make a big dent using an dual ThunderX3 machine.....768 threads pumping WUs direction project server.
    You would need 128 Odroid-N2's to do the same, or 192 Raspberry Pi 4's!
    Last edited by Dirk Broer; 03-18-2020 at 03:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Broer View Post
    Updated the charts, Radeon RX 5600 XT is our present champion

    Here he/she is, compared to some former champions:

    Model/Type GPU Fab
    (nm)
    Shaders TMUs ROPs Compute
    Units
    GFLOP SP GFLOP DP GFLOP HP TBP Gflop(SP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(DP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(HP)
    /Watt
    Radeon HD 5970
    Hemlock XT
    =2x Cypress XT
    40
    2x 1600
    2x 80
    2x 2
    20
    4640
    928.0
    -
    294
    15.78
    3.16
    -
    Radeon HD 7990
    Malta XT
    =2x Tahiti XT2
    28
    2x 2048
    2x 128
    2x 32
    32
    8192
    2048.0
    -
    375
    21.85
    5.46
    -
    Radeon RX 5600 XT
    1x Navi 10 XLE
    7
    2304
    144
    64
    36
    8066
    504.0
    16131
    160
    50.41
    3.15
    100.81
    And here are the new 6000-series:
    Model/Type GPU Fab
    (nm)
    Shaders TMUs ROPs Compute
    Units
    GFLOP SP GFLOP DP GFLOP HP TBP Gflop(SP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(DP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(HP)
    /Watt
    Radeon RX 6700
    1x Navi 22 XTL
    7
    2304
    144
    64
    36
    10,370
    648
    20,740
    180
    57.61
    3.60
    115.22
    Radeon RX 6700XT
    1x Navi 22 XT
    7
    2560
    192
    64
    40
    11,520
    720
    23,040
    200
    57.60
    3.60
    115.20
    Radeon RX 6800
    1x Navi 21 XL
    7
    3840
    240
    96
    60
    16,166
    1,010
    32,333
    250
    64.66
    4.04
    129.33
    Radeon RX 6800XT
    1x Navi 21 XT
    7
    4608
    288
    128
    72
    20,736
    1,296
    41,472
    300
    69.12
    4.32
    138.24
    Radeon RX 6900XT
    1x Navi 21 XTX
    7
    5120
    320
    128
    80
    23,040
    1,440
    46,080
    300
    76.80
    4.80
    153.60
    What would the 6600XT be capable of, I wonder?

    And here are the competitors from the green camp:
    Model/Type GPU Fab
    (nm)
    Shaders TMUs ROPs Compute
    Units
    GFLOP SP GFLOP DP GFLOP HP TBP Gflop(SP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(DP)
    /Watt
    Gflop(HP)
    /Watt
    GeForce RTX 3060
    GA106-300-A1
    8
    3584
    112
    64
    28
    12,740
    199
    12,740
    170
    74.94
    1.17
    74.94
    GeForce RTX 3060 Ti
    GA104-200-A1
    8
    4864
    152
    80
    38
    16,197
    253
    16,197
    200
    80.99
    1.27
    80.99
    GeForce RTX 3070
    GA104-300-A1
    8
    5888
    184
    96
    46
    20,372
    318
    20,372
    220
    92.60
    1.45
    92.60
    GeForce RTX 3080
    GA102-200-K1-A1
    8
    8704
    272
    96
    68
    29,768
    465
    29,768
    320
    93.03
    1.45
    93.03
    GeForce RTX 3090
    GA102-300-A1
    8
    10496
    328
    112
    82
    35,686
    558
    35,686
    350
    101.96
    1.59
    101.96
    If it is single precision you are after, nVidia is the card. For double or half precision: go AMD. nVidia is also the brand to go for in case of Tensor-based computation at the moment.
    Last edited by Dirk Broer; 01-13-2021 at 11:56 AM.

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    Great work on the charts. It is interesting and helpful to see the performance per watt for out next investments.



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