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Gigabyte teases their RX Vega Aorus GPU

Sadly the company has revealed no real info.

Gigabyte teases their RX Vega Aorus GPU

Gigabyte teases their RX Vega Aorus GPU

 
Gigabyte has confirmed that they are creating an aftermarket Radeon RX Vega GPU, which will release under the company's Aorus Gaming brand.  
 
Sadly this tease reveals nothing in the way of actual information on their aftermarket RX Vega series GPUs, though we already know that competing companies like ASUS plan on releasing their aftermarket Vega designs sometime next month.  
 
As usual, we can expect a beefy aftermarket cooler design from Gigabyte, which will help users maintain lower thermals and allow the company to ship their GPU with a factory overclock. We have already seen from ASUS' own RX Vega 64 Strix that significant performance improvements are possible over AMD's reference air cooled design, though given the early state of these designs it is unknown exactly how well these custom GPUs will perform. 

  

Gigabyte teases their RX Vega Aorus GPU

 

Gigabyte has not given us any information regarding the release of their aftermarket Vega GPUs, though they are expected to release sometime in September. 

 

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's RX Vega Aorus GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-08-2017, 08:01:19

AlienALX
"We're about to show you our amazing awesomeballs design for a GPU that.... You can't have ! yay woohoo"Quote

26-08-2017, 09:42:01

The_Governour
Its funny that they are teasing etc when we all know that with the tdp of vega card that u need atleast a cooler like the, 1080ti's AT LEAST.Quote
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