#AMD has brought a lot of excitement from its #Vega flagships. Even though the cards’ benchmark did not set the GPU market on fire, a latest performance test result revealed that AMD’s RX Vega 64 outperformed the #Gtx 1080 Ti.

According to the German Site, ComputerBase.de, the Vega 64 managed to surpass the GTX 1080 Ti by 23 percent on the upcoming DirectX 12 ready “Forza 7”. The test also included Intel Core I 7 6850K that paired with 16 GB of DDR4 memory while running at 30000MHZ and has overclocked 4o 4.3GHz.

When it comes to the drivers, the experiment used Crimson ReLive 385.69 for the GeForce and 17.93 for the Vega, which all the drivers were officially optimized for the racing game.

The graphical options were tuned up along with 8x multisampling anti-aliasing features.

In the 1080p category, AMD’s Vega 64 was ahead all of the pack, including RX Vega 56. The Vega 64 offered no less than 23 percent more than the GTX 1080 Ti for frames per second. The also managed to surpass the Vega 56 by 18 percent.

At the middle of all the cards, the RX 580 leads the GTX 1060 by 7.5 percent while the R9 390 is surprisingly ahead of the GTX 970 by 38 percent. The experiment focuses on smoothness on frame time analysis by 99 percent, which means that AMD is consistently and significantly better than the NVIDIA.

In the higher resolution, 2560 x 1440p, the gap between the RX and the GTX decreased notably. The chart showed that the Vega 64 is only ahead if the GTX 1080 Ti by 12 percent. The RX Vega 56 is also now on par with the GTX 1060.

At the 4k, things are back to its natural order as the GTX 1080 Ti takes the lead once again. However, the NVIDIA’s card is still far from its usual 30 percent advantage. In the middle, the GTX 1060 also takes the lead for the RX 580.

In conclusion, the performance of the NVIDIA GeForce cards has dismal performance in “Forza 7”. However, when it comes to the high-end pixel, the GeForce cards are far superior to the AMD's lineup.

GTC 1070 release date and price revealed

TweakTown reported on their post that NVIDIA is preparing its 1070 Ti graphics card to compete against AMD’s RX Vega 56. The card will be released on October 26 at $429.

The 1070 Ti features GP104 GPU while having 2432 CUDA cores and 152 TMU or Texture Mapping Units. The card runs clock speed at 1604 MHz and boosts clock speed of 1683MHz. It also comes with the standard GDDR 5 memory which is faster and more costly than the GTX1080’s GDDR5x.