AMD announce their RX Vega series of GPUs

AMD announce their RX Vega series of GPUs

AMD announce their RX Vega series of GPUs

 
AMD announce their RX Vega series of GPUs, a series that will likely replace AMD’s ageing R9 Fury lineup. This new series of GPUs was announced at AMD’s Capsaicin and Cream Event at GDC, alongside their new “V for Vega” logo, modelled below by AMD’s Raja Koduri.  
 
AMD has also announced that their new Vega architecture will span from gaming PCs to pro-graphics and datacenter workloads, with the companies new High Bandwidth Memory Controller allowing GPUs to use larger memory pools and datasets than ever before. 
 

  AMD announce their RX Vega series of GPUs

  

At this time it is unknown how well Vega will perform or how this GPU will be priced, leaving consumers with nothing more than a name and a logo, that being said the architectural changed that were made in Vega look very interesting, though their usefulness in today’s gaming applications remains to be seen. 

  

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