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AMD Radeon RX Vega Specs Update: New High-End HBM2 AMD Vega Should Not Be Taken Lightly, Reasons

Apr 22, 2017 04:34 AM EDT


The much awaited and highly anticipated AMD Radeon RX Vega GPU family is designed especially for enthusiastic PC gamers. The upcoming AMD Vega is expected to significantly boost both PC graphics, as well as virtual reality games.

High-rendered images on the display are something that we all look for while playing any game, and that's exactly what developers and tech companies are also determined to accomplish. Previous-generation Polaris-powered AMD RX cards that utilized the LiquidVR technology were capable of offering decent virtual reality experience.

Unfortunately, for a number of end users, the absence of a high-end memory support made it basically impossible to extract a fully VR performance. And that's the main problem which upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega cards aim to resolve.

According to Seeking Alpha, the new AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs will make things way more convenient for your CPU. This is because AMD is planning to roll out the company's new high-end HBM2 graphics cards in two variants mainly, one is 4GB and another one is 8GB. If rumors are claiming that the launch of AMD Vega is just around the corner.

As reported by Segment Next, the latest AMD Radeon RX Vega teaser video was recently leaked online. The latest leaked video reveals how the high-end graphics card would look like upon release.

The imminent AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics card will feature some beautiful packaging. The package will feature LEDs that will light up the 'R' logo red, with the earlier tease from AMD saying Radeon RX Vega: "It's Got a Brain, It's Got a Soul, It's Almost Human".

If reports are to go by, then AMD Radeon RX Vega cards will possibly be more powerful as compared to AMD's Polaris-powered RX series cards released in 2016. Rumors claim that the AMD Radeon RX Vega might release during the Computex convention, which is going to happen on May 30. But AMD may also delay the launch of AMD Vega to the special event before to E3 2017 starting June 13.

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