CAD doesn't need FP16 or tiled rendering (because even Qadro doesn't do Autocad with a tiled renderer - the field is even)
I didn't mean it doesn't have a market anywhere - but the big markets for Vega are
Machine Learning and other FP16 friends, Vega is obliterated by Q6000 and annihilated by even Titan V.
FP32 General Compute, winning against Q6000 as it should, losing against Titan V as it should.
Scientific loads/FP64, As per FP32.
Rendering is losing against Q6000 in anything that isn't excluded from Tiled-Based Rendering (nv runs a blacklist, not a whitelist) and winning where TBR can't be used.
Titan V wins all rendering.
Again, as I said - the biggest lauded feautres - FP16 compute and Tile Based Rendering, just don't work on Vega, even today, even after the Adrenalin drivers on the consumer side...