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AMD teases their Vega GPU architecture

AMD teases their Vega GPU architecture

AMD teases their Vega GPU architecture

AMD teases their Vega GPU architecture

  

AMD are now teasing their upcoming Vega-powered GPUs, hinting at an official reveal in early 2017. We already know that AMD will have a large presence at CES 2017 with their upcoming Zen-powered CPUs and AM4 motherboard platform.

Now it seems that AMD's CPU division will not be alone, with Radeon finally showcasing their new Vega GPU architecture, with the potential for AMD to offer some impressive gaming/performance oriented systems in 2017. 

AMD has been very tight-lipped about Vega, only briefly showcasing their new GPU architecture at their New Horizons event earlier this month. 

  

AMD teases their Vega GPU architecture

 

Hopefully, we will learn more about AMD's Vega-powered GPUs soon, which promises to deliver HBM2 memory and enhanced power efficiency over their already impressive Polaris architecture.  

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Vega GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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27-12-2016, 14:17:46

Kourgath223
Come on AMD! I had nothing on my Christmas wish list so my family gave be 300 dollars to spend on whatever I want, and while it may not cover the cost completely it will help to cover it.Quote

27-12-2016, 16:03:37

NeverBackDown
Earlier the better!
Can't wait to get rid of my MSI card(not cuz it's a 480 but the software for it is terrible)Quote

27-12-2016, 16:30:38

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Earlier the better!
Can't wait to get rid of my MSI card(not cuz it's a 480 but the software for it is terrible)
Which software? And can you clarify which GPU? RX 480 or GTX 480.Quote

27-12-2016, 17:02:53

AngryGoldfish
Stop teasing, AMD. Give us dose deets!Quote

27-12-2016, 17:05:18

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Which software? And can you clarify which GPU? RX 480 or GTX 480.
RX 480. I'm an "AMD Enthusiast" remember? Lol
And the LED control software. I had the original software, it was buggy as **** and would cause driver crashes every 5 minutes.. all for LED control. I updated recently because they claimed to fix a lot of bugs, but now it's still terrible with driver crashes and now on top the LED lights don't work correctly. Instead of solid colors like blue or red,it's an extreme light version(like light light blue aka almost white, light light red aka light pink, etc)

Outside of LEDs, OC settings don't work. Whatever I choose it just defaults to Game mode after 10 seconds. The chill function(fans go to 100%) for 30 seconds works like it should. But that's it. I'm probably missing more not working issues. I uninstalled long ago and not had a single issue with driver crashes or anything else.Quote
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