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AMD RX Vega pricing has leaked online

These prices have not been confirmed by AMD

AMD RX Vega pricing has leaked online

AMD RX Vega pricing has leaked online

 
It has been revealed that Capsaicin SIGGRAPH 2017 will not be livestreamed, which means that information from this event will not be delivered directly to consumers but to members of the press and industry that attend the event. 
 
This has left a large number of Radeon fans disappointed, though that does not mean that information has not been made available already. Official images for AMD's RX Vega are already available to view, with reports of AMD releasing RX Vega 56 and 64 variants, with the numbers at the end of each unit signifying the number of active CUs in the GPU. 
 
Now prices have started to leak for AMD's RX Vega lineup, though at this time these prices are just rumoured, with AMD remaining silent about these new GPUs. Below is a table that contains the leaked pricing of AMD's RX Vega series of GPUs. 
 
 
 RX Vega 56RX Vega 64 AirRX Vega 64 Air Limited EditionRX Vega LiquidRX Vega Liquid Limited Edition
Active CUs5664646464
Stream Processors35844096409640964096
CoolingAirAirAirAIO LiquidAIO Liquid
Price (Leaked)$399$499$549$599$649-699

  

AMD RX Vega pricing has leaked online  
AMD is expected to reveal more information about their RX Vega series of GPUs soon, though these leaked prices will place the RX Vega in competition with Nvidia's GTX 1080, though without any real-life performance data we cannot judge how competitive Vega will be in the gaming market. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's RX Vega pricing leaks on the OC3D Forums.

  

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30-07-2017, 18:22:17

Korreborg
Okay prices. But still. 100w more if the leaks are right.
And the big question. Do they make money at those prices.Quote

30-07-2017, 20:43:20

Excalabur50
I just did the conversion and these are going to be the same price as a 1080 here so performance will determine if they are worth it or not, so all this rubbish AMD have been spouting about cheaper than Nvidia well of course when you are talking monitor so I think they needed to be more open about what they were comparingQuote

31-07-2017, 00:40:08

MacLeod
So $500 would be just a hair cheaper than the 1080 and these things are expected to be a little bit faster so this could work.

So is this what they're gonna be called? The RX64 and RX54? Gotta say I ain't crazy about that. Doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.Quote

31-07-2017, 08:41:40

pig666eon
watercooled version has 13.7 tflops, thats over 2 more than a ti, for the power draw its not ideal but still has to be considered as to why its so high

why is it only competing then with a 1080 is the question? i have a feeling something is going to change in the next two weeks in terms of gaming performance, it has the power but its not being represented on the screen at least with games anyway so there has to be something going onQuote

31-07-2017, 09:03:46

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by pig666eon View Post
watercooled version has 13.7 tflops, thats over 2 more than a ti, for the power draw its not ideal but still has to be considered as to why its so high

why is it only competing then with a 1080 is the question? i have a feeling something is going to change in the next two weeks in terms of gaming performance, it has the power but its not being represented on the screen at least with games anyway so there has to be something going on
It's not just Teraflops that matters. TFlops is more of an estimation of compute power, how it'll perform in situations that support such computational power. Games and even synthetic benchmarks don't strictly go by TF performance. The Fury X had more computational power than the 980Ti, but it took over a year before we started seeing that additional supposed power translate to higher frame rates in games.Quote
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