I cannot find gaming benchmark for UHD 750, how is this IGPU compare to AMD's?
PS: I'm looking specifically IGPU performance between the two, not CPU performance.
Vega 8 Renoir for sure. 80-96EU Iris Xe that can only compete with Vega 8 Renoir. 32EU one won't beat it, but it still has decent improvement compared to UHD 630
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vega 8 is 2x better lmao
Vega vs UHD 750 vs UHD 630
World of Tanks, War Thunder, Shadow of the Tomb Raider (Lara Croft), Death Stranding, Adobe Premiere Pro:
Judging by the specs, there should be no competition (vega8 >2x(?) faster, due to Vega8 competing vs 96EU Xe, while UHD750 in RL has only 32EU Xe). Here are some benchmarks, but no comparisons vs other GPUs.
Hows the encoding quality betweent the two? (for dual pc streaming purpose), i've heard AMD encoder is not that good.
this guy did record gameplay with UHD750 using QSV. Pretty good tbh since at 5Mbps, streaming quality still looks blocky when I stream with Relive/OBS AMF (guy use 4600kbps using IGCC)
I'm not into it at all; still, my guess is that it would be best to encode on a CPU if you want the best quality and have so many cores.
For 264, AMD encoder is horrible. For 265, it’s decent. Intel QS is better in both. You should look at benchmarks to see if it suits your needs.
If youll run it with a b550 board, then go vega. You could easily oc tge igpu for significant gains
Edit: Also dont forget better driver support in games
sorry did you mean b550?
Yeah b550. Sorry got stubby fingers. 🙂
i have not seena straight comparison, but if you want to watch a little video on these things. look up ETAPrime and LowSpecGamer on youtube. that is wehre i did most of my homework beofre picking the Ryzen APU i got for my SFF, and decided on my laptop chip as well. they both do a lot of SFF and Integrated graphics stuff. you can get impressions of specific chips at least.
I think I saw a comparison at PC Gamer. AMD APUs (older ones) won easily.
Maybe you are comparing to Tiger Lake? Rocket Lake has just 32EUs, compared to 96EUs in Tiger Lake.