AMD has recently made an announcement that the Vega 10 and Vega 11 which are exclusively for Radeon RX 500 series; are going to be available for preliminary showing on this 28th February or the 2nd day of the GDC this year. We have already told our viewers what AMD has to offer in RX 500 family.

Screenshot 8 5 AMD Vega 10 and 11 GPUs depth details; RX 500 Series sneak peak on February 28

According to AMD their GPU’s will beat Nvidia’s GTX 1080/ Ti and 1070 and will give the PC gamers what they want by using Rx 500 series cards which GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti can’t offer.

A week ago we have reported that AMD’s is planing to reveal their cutting edge Radeon 500 family with Vega architecture in May. Although there’s not enough details shared by AMD yet. However, the Vega series of graphic cards are going to decrease the sales for Nvidia graphic cards. Because the Vega GPU’s are more powerful.

1 51 AMD Vega 10 and 11 GPUs depth details; RX 500 Series sneak peak on February 28
AMD Vega 10 GPU die/chip + 2 HBM2 stacks

AMD’s Flagship GPU’s Will Beat Both GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti

How about we begin with basic practical details. The Vega 10 chip will be used in the Radeon 500 line up graphic cards which will beat both the GTX 1080 and 1080 TI.  A sample has already been shown in which it performed better than the GTX 1080 by around 10%. And it will undoubtedly show signs of improvement when it will have better revised drivers. We’ve officially noticed something that the eighty percent of AMD’s group is taking a shot at streamlining and adjusting the drivers for Vega series of graphic cards. So that is a great indication.

AMD Vega 10 & 11 GPU’s

Graphics Card RX 500 Series
RX 500 Series
GPU Vega 11 Vega 10
Process Node 14nm 14nm
Stream Processors TBA 4096
Performance TBA 12.5 TFLOLPS
25 (FP16) TFLOPS
Memory TBA 8GB HBM2
Memory Bus TBA 2048-bit
Bandwidth TBA 512GB/s
Launch 2017 2017
Comparing the Sapphire RX Vega 64 Nitro+ Limited Edition and Nvidia's GTX 1080