The Vega family will debut with different Vega graphics cards, all of which are scheduled to launch August 14.
From the card's main chassis to the back plate, this entire graphics card is clad in a suit of brushed aluminum. Combined with a boasted 60 percent more bandwidth over Nvidia's GDDR5, AMD's new card is yielding a peak performance of 13.7 teraflops, allowing it to "power through even the most demanding games and VR applications".
The air-cooled and water-cooled version of the Radeon RX Vega 64 will be pried at $499 and $699 respectively when the launch on August 14. All the graphics cards are having numbers after their name because that is the number of card's Compute Units.
The RX Vega 64 is priced at $399 and the RX Vega 64 at $499. Vega 10 is having around 12.5 billion transistors and is manufactured using a 14nm FinFET LPP process.
On July 30th, 2017 AMD finally released the Veda gaming GPU. It comes with 64 compute units and 4,096 stream processors all of which contributes to a base clock speed of 1247 MHz and a boost clock speed of 1547 MHz. The Vega 56 will house and the same 8GB of HBM2 though the memory bandwidth only comes in at 410GBps.
When Radeon Vega Frontier Edition arrived it brought with it the ability to switch between the Radeon Pro Software and vanilla Radeon Software driver UIs.
AMD also announced its "Radeon RX Vega", a computer graphics card with a graphics processing unit, or "GPU", which it claimed is "the most advanced consumer graphics card in the world".
AMD appears to be betting on this scenario as the company made the difference between its FreeSync and nVidia's G-Sync experiences a focal point during recent RX Vega demos.
This card uses 16GB of HBCC, HBM2 error correcting code (ECC) memory revolutionizing professional work precisions, since WX 9100 Pro is a significant improvement over AMD's previous generation cards, boasting 51% more memory bandwidth. An example of this is where buyers of the Radeon Black Pack will get a cool $200 off a 34-inch Samsung FReeSync monitor that has a 1440p wide aspect ratio, another $100 off a Ryzen 7 CPU and motherboard combo as well as pair of games the company says is worth a combined $120.
Because of the likelihood that these cards will be snapped up by cryptocurrency miners just like the Radeon RX 500 series, prices could be driven up and gamers could end up frustrated.
There is also a Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled Edition which has an integrated closed-loop liquid cooler with a 120mm radiator, but is otherwise no different from its namesake.