AMD Radeon Pro W5500 Review: Navi Pro Graphics For Less
AMD Radeon Pro W5500: SPECviewperf, VR, And Gaming Tests
SPECviewperf includes a variety of tests, which produce significantly different framerates, so we've sorted them into three groups to make the results a bit easier to read. Please note the legends at the bottom of each chart, which designate the application or viewset used...
Once again we see the Radeon Pro W550 pulling ahead of the Radeon Pro WX 7100. The Navi-based Radeon Pro W5500 is about 20% faster than the Polaris-based (and higher-priced -- at least currently) WX 7100.
Superposition is powered by the UNIGINE 2 Engine. It offers an array of benchmark modes, targeting gaming workloads as well as VR, with both DirectX and OpenGL code paths. Unigine Superposition uses the developer’s unique SSRTGI (Screen-Space Ray-Traced Global Illumination) dynamic lighting technology, along with high quality textures and models, to produce some stunning visuals. We ran Superposition in its "VR Future" benchmark mode to compare the performance of all of the graphics cards featured here...
Superposition's VR benchmark shows a similar performance trend, with the Radeon Pro W5500 once again pulling head of the WX 7100, but this time by a much wider margin.
Although the Radeon Pro W5500 is not a gaming card, its handles 3DMark's DX12 Time Spy benchmark relatively well and outruns the Radeon Pro WX 7100 by about 27% overall.