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AMD FineWine technology in operation
The known phenomenon has now been brought to the attention of 3DCenter.org, and the actors involved are Radeon RX 480 and GeForce GTX 1060.
The "technology" named FineWine does not officially exist, it is just a community-created name. FineWine also refers to the fact that the AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards, which are moving at the same level initially, open the scissors over time, and then the last one is definitely left over. 3DCenter.org, well known and recognized in the professional circles, has been following this, and no big surprises have happened this time.
As you can see, the GeForce GTX 1060 at the start time (middle of 2015) was about 10 percent higher than its red counterpart. Over the years, the situation has changed, DirectX 12 and the Vulcan API usually lay better on the Radeon RX 480, so we have now reached the point that the difference has been reversed, more precisely, the scissors have closed. According to the portal, the trend will not change this year, so the difference is likely to increase somewhat.
It is worth knowing about the aggregation that the underlying measurements are not done by 3DCenter.org, but are based on data from known computing pages: AnandTech, ComputerBase, Guru3D, TechPowerUp, Tom's Hardware, and so on. The averaged results are generated from a set of one hundred orders of magnitude, so that an outlier number does not cause any significant distortion.