AMD is finally on the road to show off the performance of its upcoming Vega platform. During this tour AMD will be showing off a few AMD Vega based systems and its performance. As a result we finally have some real time performance on the new platform and how it performs against Nvidia. Where AMD made its first stop at Akvárium Klub in Budapest Hungary. While the next show is set for Poland from 21 to 23 July.
According to the reports from the Budapest event. AMD was showing off two PC system on their first stop. Where both the PC systems offered the same specs with AMD Ryzen as the processing platform. The only difference that existed between both the PC systems was in its graphics processing power. The PC system running on Nvidia was equipped with a Gefore GTX 1080. While the AMD system was running an unknown RX Vega graphics card.
Aside from that both the PC systems were also hooked onto a wide screen display. That supported a resolution of 3440 x 1440. Though it’s not clear whether AMD used a FreeSync display for their platform and a G-Sync display for its competitor. But both PC systems offered two games to be demoed on it, including the Battlefield 1 and Sniper Elite 4. While the public there was asked to try both the systems out and see which performs the best. Well for now none of the users were able to spot any difference between the performance of two platforms.
Judging from current results it seems like AMD and Nvidia are toe to toe with each other. When it comes to the gaming performance. Though using a FreeSync and a G-Sync monitor is not fair. As even at lower FPS, the games tend to run smoother on these monitor. Which would make it really hard to notice any real difference.