The count down begins at the New AMD Radeon website to it’s Vega GPU’s architecture preview:
The delay for more insights about Vega, AMD’s impending fans Radeon GPU card architecture, will be over soon.
AMD is at last set to put away their Vega graphic cards at CES 2017. Based upon a modern architecture and going about as a continuation of the standard centered Polaris, bits of gossip about Vega propose it will be intense and ought to offer strong rivalry for Nvidia’s high-end graphic cards.
Two days earlier, AMD’s online networking channels made a new Vega website in which the countdown for “Vega Architecture Preview” begins. The time runs out at 9:00 a.m. Eastern time on January 5, the announcement period of CES 2017.
THE WAIT WILL SOON BE OVER AS AMD HAS ALREADY RELEASED THEIR NEW TEASER
“AFTER THE UPRISING”
Going for a more expressive experience with its publicizing for this GPU’s schedule, AMD’s enigma for the up and coming announcement isn’t especially illustrated on GPU’s only. Without a doubt it highlights a kid slamming a drum, empowering an insubordination to something. Probably it should be a resistance to Nvidia, which, considering the amount of the GPU market it’s assumed control in the previous year, makes some sense. It just appears like a strangely serious thing for what is basically an approach to get a couple of more FPS in your most loved games.
Lisa Su at the end of November said… “As we go into more of the higher end markets with our next generation Vega architecture what you’ll find is the hardware is very, very competitive.”
There are various progressive images tossed about throughout the video, containing an advertisement of the 1928 film The Last Command, bits of which are set over the Russian Revolution of 1917. Another advertisements guarantee that VR shouldn’t be ‘only for the 1 percent,” and said that we’ll be given “full control.”
Probably this will mean by and by that Vega offers top-end performance, however at a not too bad value point. That might be hard to swing if AMD is planning to offer GTX-1080-beating execution in different sort of video games and benchmarks, however generally it has offered the cheapest GPU’s solutions.
AMD Vega 10 & Vega 11 GPU’s
|Graphics Card||R9 Fury X||RX 480||TBA||TBA|
|GPU||Fiji XT||Polaris 10||Vega 11||Vega 10|
8.6 (FP16) TFLOPS
5.8 (FP16) TFLOPS
25 (FP16) TFLOPS
|Memory||4GB HBM||8GB GDDR5||TBA||16GB/8GB HBM2|
|Bandwidth||512 GB/s||256 GB/s||TBA||512 GB/s|