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Viktor Svantner

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Message 66524 - Posted: 6 Jul 2017, 6:21:50 UTC

Hello.
What about AMD VEGA FE? Do you thing it would have the right power to crunch on Collatz, Milkyway or Einstein?
Thanks for INFO. I am thinking of purchasing one just pro boinc.
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Message 66525 - Posted: 6 Jul 2017, 6:59:02 UTC - in response to Message 66524.  

Hello.
What about AMD VEGA FE? Do you thing it would have the right power to crunch on Collatz, Milkyway or Einstein?
Thanks for INFO. I am thinking of purchasing one just pro boinc.

HD7970 (AMD Tahiti) still trumps it in FP64. I guess it would be better suited for Einstein or Collatz.
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Message 66815 - Posted: 27 Nov 2017, 5:56:36 UTC - in response to Message 66525.  

Vega is a very good Moo Wrapper performer - the Vega RX 56 with a little tweeking and some undervolt nearly matches the GTX 1080 ti, the Vega RX 64 has enough more cores and is reported to overclock better than the 56 so it should outright BEAT a GTX 1080 ti.

No clue on Einstein, but I suspect it would be a good Collatz performer.

Vega is going to be a POOR performer on Milkyway, due to the low FP64 performance.
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