Hitman (DirectX 12)
The RX Vega 64 doesn't repeat its commanding performance in Doom here, but a tie with the GTX 1080 is still a fine result. The RX Vega 56 is slightly faster and slightly smoother than the GTX 1070, as well.
The Vegas and GeForces deliver practically perfect performances at 50 ms, 33.3 ms, and 16.7 ms, so we can say they all offer fine gaming experiences. Looking at the high time-spent-beyond-8.3-ms bar, though, the RX Vega and GTX 1080 are as virtually tied as it gets in these matters. In a win for the Radeon camp, the GTX 1070 spends more than two seconds longer than the RX Vega 64 does on these tough frames.
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