The first results of testing a new graphic processor (687F: C1) in Compubench, where various graphic devices in OpenCl were collected, also appeared. This does not reflect their performance in games, but allows us to talk about computational capabilities, and also sometimes gives out some interesting details. So, 687F: C1 — The same identifier that everyone saw in January at the demonstration of the AMD gaming system, where the DOOM 4K demonstration was launched in Ultra mode. It is clearly about Radeon RX Vega, although it should be noted that Sisoft has a slightly different identifier — 687F: C3: Probably a newer audit of the chip. As in the case of Sisoft, the total number of executive devices is confirmed: 64 cluster of 64 GCN processors. Here, clock frequencies are also indicated. Apparently, Radeon RX Vega cards will work at frequencies from 1000 to 1200 MHz;In the latter case, we are talking about turbo generation.
You can also get some comparative data on the performance of the new AMD graphic nucleus, albeit not directly related to games. A noticeable lag from the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti can be attributed to insufficiently debugged drivers, but the confrontation with this monster is not a direct task of RX VEGA. But with the GeForce GTX 1080, even in the current revision, the new AMD graphic processor copes perfectly, giving it out only in the Face Detection test.
The page dedicated to the device contains some interesting data, such as, for example, supported OpenCl extensions and other technical parameters. Just in case, we published them at the above screenshot, since data on not yet announced devices tend to mysteriously disappear from various performance databases, and for a number of technically savvy readers they can still be a certain and sometimes very significant interest.