Making this as its own post since it's quite good information and will likely be buried in the megathreads.
Here’s what we’ve got: with 3DSMax, the Vega FE card has a stock weighted performance of 149.3FPS, with the 1050MHz version at 121.5FPS – so positive scaling of 23% -- with the Fury X at 92.7FPS. That places the Vega FE 1050MHz card at 31% ahead of the Fury X at 1050MHz.
Moving to Catia, the Vega: FE card stock operates 19% faster than the 1050MHz card, which in turn operates 55.4% faster than the same-clocked Fury X.
The Energy test gains about 2x performance by moving to the Vega card – note, this isn’t power consumption, it’s a specific test named “energy” in the SPECviewperf suite.
Maya posts scaling of 40% for the FE card, which seems to align with other Dx11 tests.
The SNX test is one of the most interesting. This is generated from Siemens NX software, with model sizes that are 7 million to 8.5 million vertices in complexity. The Fury X gets eviscerated here, and is multiplied nearly 7x over in performance by the clock-for-clock Vega: FE card. With this particular pro application, Vega: FE appears to be showing its strengths in vertex processing or potentially in memory capacity.