AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card Frontier Edition

AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card
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After months of tickles and teases, the full hardware details about the first AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card are finally here. Pre-orders for the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition apparently opened late Thursday ahead of the card’s June 27 launch.

Specification of AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card:

Both graphics cards include 16GB of HBM2 memory, 483GB/sec of memory bandwidth, 4096 stream processors 13.1 TFLOPS single precision compute performance and 26.2 TFLOPS double precision compute performance. It also features a pixel fill rate of 90 GPixels/s.

TDP for the air-cooled and liquid-cooled cards are reportedly listed at 300W and 375W respectively. Each card comes with three DisplayPort 1.4 connectors and a single HDMI port.

AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card
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GPU Family

AMD Vega

Flagship GPU

Vega 10

GPU Process

14nm FinFET

GPU Transistors

15-18 Billion

GPU Cores (Max)

4096 SPs

Peak FP32 Compute

13.1 TFLOPs

Peak FP16 Compute

26.2 TFLOPs

VRAM

16 GB HBM2

Memory (Consumer Cards)

HBM2

Memory (Dual-Chip Professional/ HPC)

HBM2

HBM2 Bandwidth

483 GB/s (Frontier Edition)

Graphics Architecture

Next Compute Unit (Vega)

Successor of (GPU)

Radeon RX 500 Series

Launch

June 2017

 

A variety of AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card:

AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card
Source: http://wccftech.com

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier edition will be available in two variants. One would be an air cooled model which comes in a lovely blue industrial texture with a glowing yellow “R” emblem placed in the corner. The back is covered by a nice blue textured backplate. The whole card is powered by a dual 8-pin connector configuration which confirms a TDP of around 300W. The card is cooled by a single blower style fan that throws air out of the I/O side exhaust vents.

AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card
Source: http://wccftech.com

The second card has also been shown and comes in a brushed golden texture on the shroud. It has the same features but these come with blue LED lighting. The card will feature liquid cooling The liquid cooled model ships with a TDP of 375W which is 75W higher than the air-cooled variant but will operate at much faster speeds due to extra cooling.

The air-cooled Frontier Edition costs $1,200, and the liquid-cooled Vega goes for a cool $1,800.

You can read more here: https://hothardware.com/news/amd-radeon-vega-frontier-edition-hbm2-preorder

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