I went through the AMD Navi 5700 XT slides for their 10-game 1440p batch + initial Strange Brigade demo and came to 6% faster than RTX 2070. Radeon VII used 3 of the same games in comparison to the 2080 and came out to 7% faster than 2080. Real world comprehensive benchmarks show the 2080 beating the Radeon VII by ~10%. We'll see where Navi 5700 XT lands in comparison to RTX 2070.

Using the 1440p 11-game comparison with percentages you can look at Guru3d and TPU 1440p benchmarks and compare the 5700 XT to other cards like Radeon VII and Vega 64. Using TPU card only power consumption you can get an idea of real world average and peak gaming consumption compared to listed TBP. Lastly, the 5700 XT 50th Anniversary gives you a look at draw past their base/boost clocks.

I'm baked out of my brains, so it could be me, but I came to the 5700 XT being around 14% faster than Vega 64 and 6% faster than RTX 2070.

RTX 2070 is ~11% faster than Vega 64 and about the same over 2060 in comprehensive 1440p benchmarks. If that's the case, how is 5700 Pro showing 11% increase over 2060 when that would be within 5-6% of 5700 XT by AMD's own numbers? There's some funky marketing shenanigans going on here.

My guess is just like Radeon VII, Navi ends up about the same or weaker than their Nvidia comparison GPU. Also, AMD real-world power consumption historically runs higher than listed TBP in both Average and Peak gaming consumption. Wouldn't be a bit surprised if 5700 XT's real world gaming average is ~235W and peak ~250W while performing about the same as 195W Average/203W Peak RTX 2070.

PS4 Pro total system power consumption = 155W

Xbox One X total system power consumption = 175W

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