May 08, 2017 02:45 AM EDT
AMD Radeon RX Vega will be releasing with their latest generation of Pascal chips with the prices starting from $200 to going up to $1200. AMD has plans to concentrate on achieving the excellent result on the new cards while also keeping the prices lower than the competitor's products in order to get support into the competition.
Reports earlier have indicated that the upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega chip has already achieved excellent benchmarks putting the card on the test bench, on par with the existing NVIDIA GTX 1070 Pascal card. The Radeon Vega lineup, as per a statement from AMD CEO will be released within the next two months.
AMD's price in the stock markets has slipped down by a massive 20 percent. The company has losses. AMD Radeon RX Vega is expected to be fully competent, at least looking at their decent benchmarks on applications like 3DMark Time Spy achieving a fairly great result, according to GameSpot.
The AMD Radeon RX Vega chips will reportedly feature HBM2 memory architecture and will come with 4096 stream processors onboard. With 12.5 TFLOPs, the current card, RX580, has just half of the current numbers at 6.2 TFLOPS. AMD's Polaris chips are largely based on GDDR5, however, the AMD has been successful in sales of their current cards.
As reported by Hot Hardware a leaked Linux driver patch has also revealed some key specifications which are suggesting that AMD's next generation chips will directly compete with Nvidia's Pascal graphics including the newly released GTX 1080 Ti and the Titan Xp.
The AMD Radeon RX Vega chips will function at clock speeds above 1.5 GHz. AMD Vega cards are also rumored to feature 8GB VRAM while each texture block is comprised of 16 mapping units and a total of 256TMUs. For more update on AMD Vega stay tuned.
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