Apr 22, 2017 04:37 AM EDT
AMD is planning to take the GPU and gaming market with the storm this year since it had already launched the powerful Ryzen CPU and now is reportedly going to release the Radeon RX Vega GPU. Even though both Ryzen and Vega are created by AMD, in this article we are comparing the most powerful GPU & CPU from AMD i.e. AMD Vega and AMD Ryzen.
For years, everyone has been getting laptops which simply aren't as powerful as desktops, however; this year everyone has two new surprises, which are AMD Vega and AMD Ryzen. Latest reports claim that AMD is not just planning to release their Vega GPU on desktops but also on laptops later on in the same year.
AMD Ryzen CPU is a powerful gear and mainly built to kill off competition. To prove the same, AMD went and release its secret weapon, the Intel-killer known as Ryzen, claiming it to be its latest CPU which will offer better performance at half the price or more of rival Intel Core i7 products.
AMD's latest Ryzen CPU is fully based on its Zen micro-architecture. More importantly it AMD Ryzen is built on a 14nm FinFET manufacturing process utilizing a new AM4 socket. It also debuts AMD's Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT) technology that is similar to Intel's Hyper-Threading technology, where two threads are utilized per core.
On the other hand, AMD Vega is not yet launched but thanks to leaks and report which are revealing some important information to gaming enthusiasts. AMD Vega is rumored to hold unparalleled technology. AMD has organized some classic creations with its latest GPU architectures. AMD Radeon RX Vega GPU has been hinted to unfurl human-like power, as per the Tweak Town.
According to VR Fitness Insider, the APU for AMD Vega uses HBM that means not only will this APU have one of the fastest GPUs on the market but it will also have one of the fastest RAM methods which are currently available. This type of APU could easily beat all APUs of the past into virtual nonexistence.
For the tech enthusiasts, it is up to them on which gear to go for. They could either get the AMD Ryzen CPU or wait for the revolutionary the AMD Vega GPU. However, for the rumors that being linked to the device, it should be taken with a grain of salt in mind, since no official confirmation about Radeon RX Vega is there.
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