A website name goes by the name of PCWorld was able to see the performance of AMD RADEON VEGA FRONTIER versus the TITAN XP in spec view. The results is shockingly good that is Vega Frontier beat the Titan XP by 28 percent in spec view performance and trouncing the Titan XP in solid works by 50 percent. In Cinebench the Vega Frontier was about 14 percent faster.
Before any AMD fans gets excited even PC world recognized that they are basically comparing apples to oranges. Vega Frontier is a professional-grade card with professional-grade drivers while the Titan XP is a consumer-grade GPU with consumer-grade drivers. So, any true test would be with the quadrille product. Knowing that we want to know more about the games. So, while there aren’t numbers to speak of AMD was curating the overall experience during this PCWorld exclusive. PCWorld did say that the performance beat the GTX 1080 but seems to be on par with the GTX 1080 Ti. They played Prey, Doom, Sniper Elite 4 using Direct X 12 with the highest settings with Native resolution of 3440×1400. They were also clear that free-sync was not used during this demo.
The key takeaway is that this professional-grade Vega Frontier is able to match the GTX 1080 Ti, expect the RX Vega to beat the GTX 980 Ti with gaming optimized driver and GPU memory clock set properly.
There are two version of this card, the base model is $1200 for an Air-cooled card, the liquid cooler card is $1800 and to put that up to the competition the Nvidia Quadro P5000 and the P6000 range from 2000 to 7000 if you find MSRP. What we saw AMD do in CPU market AMD is taking the same approach to the professional market. The question arises here is that is Nvidia overcharging or AMD undercutting? The answer is both.