More RX Vega promotional images appear

More RX Vega promotional images appear

More RX Vega promotional images appear

 
More images of AMD’s upcoming RX Vega GPU have leaked, showing a brushed metal cooler design (not a black and white cooler design like previously thought) and a lot of AMD Radeon and Vega branding on the GPU. 

We can see that like the AMD RX Fury X the Radeon Vega will have red/blue LEDs to act as a GPU power/load Tachometer, with switches that can be used to turn this function on or off and switch the LED colours from red to blue. We can see that this new GPU is longer than the R9 Fury X, with this new GPU likely coming with an air-based cooling solution rather than an integrated AIO water cooler.

This GPU will be a 2-slot thick card, with a full cover backplate and two PCIe power connections, though at this time the exact power specifications of this card are unknown, with the below images being unclear on whether this is a 2×8-pin or an 8-pin 6-pin solution. 

More RX Vega promotional images appear  
More RX Vega promotional images appear

 

Below is what looks like the packaging of AMD’s RX Vega review samples, serving a similar function to AMD’s famous “Ryzen 7 Wooden Box”, though at this time the exact contents of this packaging is unknown.  

These images come from an AMD RX Vega promotional video, though at this time the video has not been released to the public, having so far only being shown to the Chinese press. 

  
More RX Vega promotional images appear  
More RX Vega promotional images appear

 

Above AMD’s RX Vega Radeon logo is a GPU BIOS switch, which will be a handy feature for Pro overclockers who want to use modified BIOS’ with this new GPU.  

Hopefully, we will hear more about AMD’s RX Vega GPUs soon.

 

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