After finally launching its high end Vega lineup, which includes the RX VEGA 64 and 56. AMD will now be moving on towards producing their Vega 11 based lineup, which will include the Vega 11 XT and Vega 11 Pro graphics cards.
These new offering from AMD won’t be as powerful as the current Vega 64 and 56. But will be replacing the existing Polaris lineup from AMD. Which includes both the RX 400 and RX 500 series based on Polaris 10 and 20. Some reports also point towards the production of AMD Vega 11 lineup. Which is said to have at least 13 different graphics card variants in it.
Unlike the AMD Vega 10 lineup which was only targeted towards desktop user. The upcoming AMD Vega 11 lineup will also be found running on notebooks. Though there is still no news on when we will be seeing the AMD Vega 11 lineup anytime soon. But if everything went smoothly we might see the AMD Vega 11 lineup running in notebooks alongside the Raven Ridge APUs.
Some rumors also point towards the launch of RX Vega 32 and 28. Which will both be based on AMD Vega 11 lineup and will be replacing the current RX Vega 400 and 500 series. Where the AMD Vega 32 will come equipped with 2048 stream processors and will be running on a 1024 bit memory interface with 4GB of HBM2 memory. While the AMD Vega 28 will come equipped with 1792 stream processors and the same 4GB of HBM2 memory on board.
There is no news on when the AMD Vega 32 and 28 will get launched. But considering what the market conditions are AMD should hurry up their production. Because currently both the AMD Vega 64 and 56 are in low supply. Which have also jacked up its prices sky high, that puts it out of reach from a lot of users who were looking forward to investing in AMD Vega
What do you think about the entry level Vega offerings from AMD?