AMD vs Nvidia Power Consumption and Efficiency

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AMD vs Nvidia: Gaming Performance


For decades, faster GPUs have enabled game developers to create increasinglydetailed and complex worlds. While you can find everything from budget GPUs tohigh-end offerings from both AMD and Nvidia, when it comes to outrightperformance, Nvidia has a clear overall lead. If you look at our GPUbenchmarks hierarchy, you’ll see that (not counting Titan cards, which aren’treally aimed at just gamers) Nvidia holds the top five spots. The best AMD cando is sixth place, with the Radeon VII and RX 5700 XT nearly tied for overallperformance.Image 1 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 2 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 3 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 4 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 5 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 6 of 6(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)That makes this a pretty easy win for Nvidia at the top of the performanceladder, but that’s not the only category to consider. Once we reach the $350mark, AMD GPUs become far more competitive. We’ve looked at AMD’s RX 5700 XTvs Nvidia’s RTX 2060 Super elsewhere, and gave the RX 5700 XT a slight edgeoverall. It’s generally faster and costs less, though it does use more powerand lacks support for ray tracing. Stepping down another notch, the RX 5600 XTvs RTX 2060 is pretty much a straight-up tie. Nvidia still wins with features,but performance and other metrics are extremely close.What about in the budget category? RX 5500 XT vs GTX 1660 goes back to Nvidia.We’ve since retested both performance and power of both GPUs, however, andadditional testing only proved that Nvidia now wins the power and efficiencycategory. We’ll dig into the details more below, but it’s a 4-to-1 lead, evenif many of the categories are close. Nvidia is a touch faster and uses a bitless power, for roughly the same price.What about cards that cost even less, like the Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB, RadeonRX 570 4GB, and GTX 1650? What does AMD vs Nvidia performance look like at thebottom of the pricing spectrum? RX 570 4GB is still the cheapest ‘decent’graphics card, with prices starting at $120. It’s a bit faster than a GTX 1650in most games, but slower than a GTX 1650 GDDR6, while using roughly twice thepower. It’s also 20% slower than the newer RX 5500 XT 4GB.Winner: Nvidia Across a large suite of games, Nvidia wins in most categories.AMD can hold its own with the RX 5700 and 5700 XT, but it can’t beat the 2070Super or above and basically matches the old GTX 1080 Ti. Even in the lower-priced categories, a traditional stronghold for AMD, Nvidia’s current lineupgenerally delivers superior performance at equivalent prices. And that’s noteven factoring in ray tracing support on the RTX cards, something which AMDwon’t offer until Big Navi later this year.

AMD vs Nvidia: Power Consumption and Efficiency


Prior to AMD’s Navi, at least for the past six or more years, the competitionbetween AMD and Nvidia in terms of GPU power efficiency was decidedly in favorof Nvidia. But Navi changed all that, right? Using chips built with TSMC’s 7nmFinFET process and a new architecture that delivered 50% better performanceper watt, it could close the gap. Except, it was so far behind that even a 50%improvement didn’t fully address the efficiency deficiency.Using Powenetics hardware to capture the real graphics card power use of GPUs,we recently retested all of the current and recent graphics cards from bothcompanies. Navi is certainly better than any of AMD’s pre-Navi chips, butNvidia still wins overall, even using GPUs that are 18 months old built onTSMC’s previous-generation 12nm node. Perhaps Big Navi will change that, butBig Navi needs to take on Nvidia Ampere, not Turing.Image 1 of 2(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Image 2 of 2(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)Let’s look at the different GPU target markets. In the extreme performancerealm, Nvidia’s RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 Super use a lot of power but don’treally have any direct AMD competition. AMD’s Radeon VII and older Vega 64basically use just as much power, if not more, but deliver substantially lessperformance. AMD’s RX 5700 XT splits the difference between the RTX 2070 andRTX 2070 Super, while using slightly more power than the 2070 Super.AMD’s mainstream offerings claim victories at least, with the RX 5700 beatingthe RTX 2060 in performance using the same amount of power, and coming in justbehind the 2060 Super while using less power. It’s not a major win, but it’sbetter than a loss. The 5600 XT likewise delivers slightly better than RTX2060 performance while using slightly less power (and yes, that’s with the 14Gbps GDDR6 update applied).Budget Navi 14 cards don’t do quite so well. The Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB and 8GBmodels consume nearly the same amount of power, about 125W — that’s whilegaming, not in a worst-case test like FurMark where they hit 170W. Bycomparison, Nvidia’s GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660 Super use a bit less power butperform up to 20% faster. Alternatively, the GTX 1660 is a touch faster thanthe 5500 XT 8GB and uses 10W less power. It’s not a major difference, but it’sstill a win. Similarly, dropping down to Nvidia’s GTX 1650 line, the GTX 1650Super edges out the RX 5500 XT 4GB by a hair in performance while using 25Wless power, while the GTX 1650 GDDR6 shaves off another 20W but also drops 17%in performance.Winner: Nvidia Focusing just on the current generation AMD Navi and NvidiaTuring GPUs, power and efficiency are relatively close. Nvidia wins at the topand bottom of the price and performance spectrum, while AMD edges out Nvidiain the mainstream sector. The real concern here is that Nvidia still gets thewin even while using GPUs built using previous-generation lithography. Amperecould be a monster, though there’s nothing to stop AMD from further improvingefficiency with RDNA 2.

AMD vs Nvidia: Featured Technology


Let’s just cut straight to the point: Do you actually need ray tracing to getgood graphics in a PC game? Obviously the answer is no, but ray tracing doesallow for some nice effects. This is the big difference between AMD and Nvidiafeatures right now. Everything else is secondary. G-Sync takes on FreeSync,Radeon Anti-Lag goes up against Nvidia’s ultra-low latency mode, and plenty ofother areas are basically tied. But Nvidia offers GPUs with ray tracinghardware and AMD does not, at least not yet (it’s coming with Xbox Series Xand PlayStation 5, along with Big Navi).These aren’t the rays you’re looking to trace. (Image credit: Shutterstock)Okay, ray tracing isn’t the only difference. Nvidia has also supportedVariable Rate Shading (VRS) since the launch of Turing GPUs, and DLSS (DeepLearning Super Sampling) uses the Tensor cores found in Nvidia’s RTX GPUs.Turing also supports mesh shaders and some other features that are all part ofthe DirectX 12 Ultimate spec, and Turing RTX GPUs are fully compliant with theVulkan Ray Tracing spec. If we’re talking about which company has pushed outmore new graphics features over the years, features that actually become partof the greater graphics ecosystem, it’s Nvidia. That’s despite major pushesthat never really caught on in a big way, like PhysX and 3D Vision.AMD isn’t sitting idle, and some of Nvidia’s tit-for-tat features were inresponse to AMD features, but the same is also true the other way around.Would we have FreeSync if Nvidia hadn’t first developed G-Sync? AMD alsooffers a lot of new features via open source rather than using proprietaryclosed designs. PureHair was open source, HairWorks was not. FidelityFX /Contrast Aware Sharpening (CAS) is open source and works with all GPUs. Anseland various Nvidia features require an Nvidia GPU. AMD’s Mantle API from wayback when also eventually helped to spur DirectX 12 and Vulkan features. Butthat was five years ago, and this is now.A separate aspect of the technology and features in the current GPUs is themanufacturing process. AMD bet big on TSMC’s 7nm FinFET node last year, and itcertainly paid off. It helped the company’s Zen 2 architecture-based RyzenCPUs surpass Intel’s CPUs in many respects, and it definitely contributed togains in efficiency on the Navi GPU front. AMD certainly earns some pointshere for being more aggressive in adopting newer manufacturing nodes — and itcould have bitten AMD in the butt, which has happened in the past. Both AMDand Nvidia are expected to have new chips using 7nm by the end of the year,though, and the manufacturing process doesn’t necessarily decide how good aGPU is (outside of potential gains in efficiency, performance, and/orfeatures).Winner: Nvidia Once the next-generation hardware arrives later this year, wemight be at feature parity again, but right now Nvidia is leading the chargeon ray tracing and other recent enhancements like DirectX 12 Ultimate andVulkan RT. Ray tracing is clearly a long-term play and likely could become thestandard approach to graphics rendering in games over the next decade or so.Features like Tensor cores for real-time denoising and DLSS open the door forray tracing on lower-spec GPUs.

AMD vs Nvidia: Drivers and Software


Trying to determine a clear winner in the drivers and software category isdifficult. Quite a few people have encountered black screen issues with AMDdrivers on RX 5000 Navi series GPUs, while others haven’t had anydifficulties. Newer drivers have supposedly fixed these problems, but someuser complaints continue. Nvidia drivers aren’t foolproof either, anddepending on the game and hardware, issues crop up for both companies. But isone company doing better with drivers?(Image credit: Shutterstock)AMD makes a lot of noise about its yearly driver overhaul. The RadeonAdrenalin 2020 drivers consolidated everything under one large umbrella,aiming to simplify things, though it can be confusing at first if you’re usedto the older drivers. AMD has pushed out twelve main driver updates this year,of which three were WHQL certified. WHQL, or Windows Hardware Quality Labs, isMicrosoft’s team that verifies a minimum level of functionality. You cangenerally count on at least one new AMD driver per month, often more if thereare major game launches.Nvidia’s driver schedule follows a similar cadence; you’ll get new drivers formajor game launches or new graphics card hardware. So far, there have beennine major driver releases in 2020 that are all WHQL certified, plus five(maybe more) hotfix driver updates. Nvidia also has a separate Studio Driverbranch for content creators, which has had four releases this year.One of the big differences between AMD and Nvidia drivers is that Nvidia hastwo separate user interfaces. The Nvidia Control Panel handles things likeresolutions and certain graphics settings, while GeForce Experience tacklesgame optimizations, driver updates, and extra features including ShadowPlay,Ansel, and more. Annoyingly, you have to log in and solve a captcha prompt touse GeForce Experience, which is something I’ve done more times than I’d everwant to count. Just say no to data mining plus drivers.Winner: Tie We prefer AMD’s unified driver approach, as it’s one lessinterface to navigate, but there’s just so much stuff in the 2020 release.Moreover, while I haven’t personally experienced any repeatable issues withAMD’s drivers, Nvidia’s Q&A is arguably better. The black screen complaintswith Navi went unfixed for over half a year, and there may still be lingeringproblems. AMD’s drivers have improved substantially since the days of theCatalyst Control Center, but sometimes less is more. Quantifying drivers endsup being an incredibly subjective affair, however, so we’re calling this one adraw.

AMD vs Nvidia: Value Proposition


Who offers the better value in the battle of AMD vs Nvidia? So far, Nvidia haschalked up wins in three categories and a tie in one, but price is the greatequalizer. AMD may not have the fastest or most efficient GPUs, but it willoften sell you competitive performance at a lower price. Or at least, thatused to be the case; things may have changed. Here’s how pricing breaks downlooking at the current GPUs.(Image credit: Shutterstock)At the extreme end of the pricing scale, AMD doesn’t even bother to compete.Forget the $2,500 Titan RTX; even the $1,200 RTX 2080 Ti carries an obsceneprice tag! For that matter, the RTX 2080 Super and RTX 2070 Super also costsubstantially more than anything AMD currently sells that’s worth buying (no,the Radeon VII doesn’t count, sorry). If you want the fastest GPU around,sure, Nvidia will sell that to you. Arm and leg donations go in the box to theright. Technically, Nvidia is still the best value in extreme GPUs, if only byAMD’s abdication of any claims to the throne.The high-end market, starting at around $350 and stretching to $500, is wherethings get much more interesting. AMD’s most-expensive GPU that you shouldeven consider buying right now is the RX 5700 XT, nominally priced at $400.Prior to the impact of COVID-19, prices were dipping as low as $350, and ifyou’re willing to deal with mail-in rebates you can still nab an RX 5700 XTlike the ASRock 5700 XT for $360 ($380 without the rebate). You won’t get raytracing support, but the 5700 XT ends up being about 13% faster than the RTX2060 Super on average, with 2060 Super prices starting at $400. Alternatively,the RTX 2070 Super is about 5% faster than the 5700 XT, except prices jump to$500. AMD clearly wins the value proposition for the high-end sector.What about the $230 to $350 mid-range sector? There are five solidpropositions here, perhaps more, with a pretty wide gap in performance andfeatures. Looking at the amount of performance you’ll get per dollar spent,the RX 5700 is about 22% faster than the RX 5600 XT (yes, the 14 Gbps memoryvariant), which in turn leads Nvidia’s RTX 2060 by 5%. The 2060 is around 17%faster than the 1660 Ti, which is only 1-2% faster than the GTX 1660 Super.Ultimately, RX 5600 XT vs RTX 2060 gives Nvidia a win, mostly because offeatures as performance is basically tied, but the RX 5700 is actually ourrecommended pick at the top of the $300-ish range. If you only want to spendaround $250, RX 5600 XT vs GTX 1660 Ti isn’t even close (AMD wins), and whilethe 1660 Super does better, the RX 5600 XT ultimately gets the nod — even witha price that’s about 15% higher. The mid-range value category nets AMD anotherwin.Budget GPUs priced below $230 have jumped in pricing since the previousgeneration (i.e., GTX 1050 vs RX 560), but performance is also better. Sure,there are still $120-$130 RX 570 4GB cards available, but the new RX 5500 XT4GB is about 25% faster, uses half as much power, and costs just $30 (23%)more. You could call it a wash, but we recommend skipping the 570 4GB at thispoint. However, the RX 5500 XT 4GB isn’t actually our pick among budget GPUs,since the GTX 1650 Super is about the same performance and, according to ourrevised power testing, it’s also more efficient: GTX 1650 Super uses 25W lesspower than the RX 5500 XT 4GB. That’s a small win for Nvidia. At the top ofthe budget spectrum, things get messy. GTX 1660 Super is 20% faster than theRX 5500 XT 8GB but costs 28% more. The vanilla GTX 1660 GDDR5 on the otherhand is only 3% faster and costs about 10% more, so AMD’s RX 5500 XT 8GB is abetter value. Overall, there’s a lot of flux in pricing on the budget GPUfront, so we’re going to call the budget segment a tie — Nvidia wins theultra-budget with the GTX 1650 Super, and AMD has an edge if you’re willing tospend a bit more money.Winner: AMD After looking at the whole spectrum, AMD ends up being the valueleader. There’s a lot of subjectivity in here, but we give more weight to themid-range and high-end price categories since that’s where a lot of ourfavorite GPUs reside. As much as we love the performance of the RTX 2080 Superand RTX 2080 Ti, we know most gamers are far more likely to buy a $250-$350graphics card.Round| Nvidia GeForce| AMD Radeon —|—|— Featured Technology| ✗| Drivers and Software| ✗| ✗ Gaming Performance| ✗| Power Consumption| ✗| Value Proposition| | ✗ Total| 4| 2

AMD vs Nvidia: Bottom Line


With an overall score of four to two, Nvidia continues to reign as the GPUchampion of the world. Cue the fireworks. AMD lands some solid blows,particularly as a value proposition, and we’re certainly interested in seeinghow Big Navi and Ampere change things up later this year. But if you’relooking at the big picture, including performance, efficiency, features, andthe underlying technology, Nvidia is in the lead — and you could even arguethat Nvidia deserves the drivers category as well, though we pushed on thatone.However, when you’re searching for the best graphics card for your needs, thatcould be an AMD-powered graphics card, particularly if you’re looking for thebest bang for your buck. The answer for any given consumer really depends ontheir needs and current pricing.The unfortunate side effect of Nvidia’s pole position is the current prices wesee on the highest-performance cards. With no real competitor for the extremeperformance category for the past five years, we’ve watched Nvidia’s steadyclimb up Mt. Expensive. Hopefully the RTX 20-series launch represented thesummit and things trend downward again, but that’s all contingent on AMDcontinuing to put the pressure on Nvidia. Another 50% improvement inperformance per watt with RDNA 2 could close the gap, or Nvidia could go for ashock and awe campaign with its shift to 7nm lithography and try to blow AMDoff the mountain.For now, Nvidia continues to dominate. There are other aspects of GPUs wedidn’t delve into, like supercomputers, data centers, and deep learninghardware where Nvidia wins again. Then there’s the professional market, whereNvidia Quadro cards constitute a seemingly unassailable majority of users. AMDmay have taken the lead in the CPU race over Intel, but it still has an uphillbattle in the GPU war. Perhaps its profits on the processor side will give thecompany the muscle it needs to gain ground and, at some point, overtakeNvidia. Regardless of where your allegiance lies, competition is important todrive performance and features forward while bringing prices down toaffordable levels.AMD is giving its Radeon Software a major overhaulThe gift-giving holidays are nearly upon us, and AMD has a present for allRadeon video card owners. The company is launching its Radeon SoftwareAdrenalin 2020 Edition today. This is the sixth annual update for the graphicssuite. As usual, it comes with some new features, but AMD also put a lot ofeffort into modernizing its user experience.And it’s the updated UI of Adrenalin 2020 that most people are going to noticefirst. Well, technically, you may notice the quicker install procedure beforeanything else. AMD says that it has reworked its installer to run 34% fasterthan before. But then once you have everything up and running, you’ll findthat things look slicker and more organized than ever before.AMD is also putting a lot of emphasis on getting everyone set up as quickly aspossible. To facilitate that, Adrenaline 2020 has three profile presets thatgive enable or disable certain settings depending on your needs. “Standard”doesn’t turn on anything automatically except for FreeSync. “Gamer” turns onAMD’s suite of visual tools including Enhanced Sync, Radeon Image Sharpening,Virutual Super Resolution, and Radeon Anti-Lag. Then the “Esports” profileturns off anything that will hurt performance, but it leaves on ImageSharpening and Anti-Lag.You can, of course, adjust everything as needed using Alt+R to bring up thesoftware interface. This also works in games where you can use Adrenalin’s newbrowser to look up tips and walkthroughs of games without having to alt-tab toa separate window.Another major improvement to the user experience is AMD’s new Game Center. Thecompany wants Radeon card owners to use this as a universal game launcher. Soeven if you have games on Steam, Epic, and anywhere else, you can quickly findthem and start them from within Adrenalin 2020. But you can also adjust theirgraphics settings and also track stats.

AMD’s Radeon Boost leads a flood of new features


AMD is not focusing solely on the interface and experience for Adrenalin 2020.It also has a number of new features. Let’s break those down

AMD Radeon Boost


The highlight feature is Radeon Boost. The idea behind this feature is toincrease performance by reducing image resolution only when games are movingespecially fast. The idea is that AMD can improve a game’s fluidity andresponsiveness by dropping the resolution when players are least likely tonotice that decrease in fidelity. The company claims this results in anaverage performance gain of 23%.Above: Some of the performance metrics you can find in Adrenalin 2020.Image Credit: AMD

Radeon Image Sharpening and Radeon Anti-Lag


AMD had already introduced Image Sharpening and Anti-Lag in previous softwareudpates, but now it’s giving you more control over them. Image Sharpening willwork with DirectX 11 games. And you can dial in the intensity of the effect.And now Anti-Lag works on DirectX 9 games on pre-Radeon RX 5000 cards.

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