Yeah I did. There were 4 other charts I didn’t include. Why?
Well one was Bioshock Infinite an old game with relatively little players still that was weirdly tested on Medium settings. Vega was faster there. Seems like an outlier
The next was Dawn of War III. Vega lost that one too. To the 1080.
Next was Xonotic. A game I never heard of where the Vega 64 did win against the 1080 but lost against the 1080 Ti.
Last were a series of Unigine canned benches. The nvidia cards absolutely demolished Vega in every single one
There were also a few Vulkan tests where Vega also got completely destroyed so Vulkan isn’t saving it either.
EDIT: Made a mistake. AMD was Opensource. nVidia was tested with proprietary drivers. Still don’t think it changes the conclusion unless you reallly wanted to use open source drivers. However, even then, the performance difference would need to be considerable in order to justify the cost and power consumption.
No offense man but if you’re gonna make grandiose claims like “On Linux Vega is faster than any nVidia graphics card” the burden of proof is on you. Especially since, as far as I can tell, that is completely false…
If there are reasons you like it and you want to justify your purchase that’s cool but don’t make BS claims like that.