|What AMD RX Vega may look like. (Photo from Videocardz)|
With the release date coming, there are more information about the AMD Radeon RX Vega, the gaming version of the Vega GPU. We can expect to have at least three models for the RX Vega.
There will be three RX Vega cards, the XTX, XT, and XL. Other lower end cards may be available, but it cannot be confirmed at this point.
The RX Vega XTX is the most powerful card at the lineup, with a TDP of 375W. It has 4096 Stream Processors and 8GB of HBM2 memory. Similar to the Vega Frontier Edition, the XTX has a higher TDP to accommodate the all-in-one water-cooling solution.
In terms of specifications, the RX Vega XT is nearly identical to the XTX. Both of them have the same number of Stream Processors and memory. Although the XT is also water-cooled, the power consumption drops down to only 285W. A lower clock speed may need to apply in order to achieve the reduced TDP.
The only air-cooled card in this lineup is the RX Vega XL. It has 3584 Stream Processors with an unknown amount of memory. The power consumption is the same as the XT.
|Screen Capture from Radeon’s Twitter|
We just need to wait until July 30 to get an official release of the AMD RX Vega graphics cards. AMD will be announcing the RX Vega products in SIGGRAPH 2017 according to its twitter page.
You may want to check out the Vega Frontier Edition cards.
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