Potential AMD RX 490 Vega 10 Benchmarks, GTX 1080 Power
When it comes to Ashes of the Singularity benchmarks a new GPU with an ID of 687F:C1 has been found. This GPU has not been released yet and judging from how the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark registers GPUs it is more than likely that the GPU has a single processor instead of being a dual GPU. This could be the RX 490 Vega 10. But there is no way of knowing for sure.
If this is, in fact, the RX 490 Vega 10 then this means that the GPU will not be a dual processor GPU and will feature the upcoming Vega 10 architecture. As you can see from the performance it is unlike the RX 480 and is more in line with the Nvidia GTX 1080.
This could be the high-end GPU from AMD that we have been hearing so much about and here you can see how well it runs AOTS. As we all know this game is both CPU intensive as well as GPU intensive so it is interesting to see the results.
For this benchmarking test, the Intel i7-5930K has been used. This is an unlocked SKU and can be overclocked. We also have 32 GB of RAM. We can see that at 1080p the GPU performs exceptionally well.
Here you can see how the potential RX 490 Vega 10 performs as compared to other GPUs. The upcoming GPU is rumored to have HBM2 memory and 4096 Stream Processors.
Here are the best numbers for far. It is possible that in this case the RX 490 Vega 10 but it could also be something else.
Here is how the MSI GTX 1080 performs. You can compare this to the RX 490 Vega 10 to get an idea of what we are dealing with here.
These were the RX 490 Vega 10. It seems that this GPU will be worth looking into but one would argue whether it is too late for the GPU to come out in the first place.