AMD Officially Announces to Launch Vega GPU: Up to 4, 096 Stream Processors


PC maker Acer is adding a wider variety of configuration options to its GX line of gaming desktops. Rather than breaking the bank, the addition of newer AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 CPUs are aimed at “entry to mid-level gaming,” according to the company.

AMD today finally lift the veil of Vega game graphics on July 31, same as the former report, new Vega game GPU consists of four stamps, including 56 CU Radeon RX Vega r56 and 64 CU Radeon RX Vega 64. Meanwhile, it also contains the public and non-public betas, Liquid and Air Cooled and limited edition as well.


What’s more, Radeon RX Vega 64 Limite Edition and Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled have been changed to metal shell that is similar with Vega FE, with advanced drawing surface treatment, of course, both these GPUs will not be sold individually, but together as packages and other products.

New Vega GPU uses 14nm FINFET Process with the AMD 10 Vega Core, which owns up to 12.5 billion transistors (Fiji 8.9 billion/Polaris 5.7 billion) based on new design of the GCN architecture.


As to the specification, Vega 56 has 56 cells, 3,584 stream processors, core frequency for 1156-1471MHz peak floating point performance of single 10.5TFlops, 8GB HBM2 memory, TDP is 210W.

Meanwhile, Vega 64 has 64 cell units, 4096 stream processors, and 13.5 TFlops single-precision floating-point, while MB still use 8GB HBM2, and the frequency of Liquid Cooled edition is 1406-1677 MHz, TDP is 345 W.

All of those GPUs will be sold officially on August, and the price of Vega 56 is $ 399 dollars while Vega 64 is one hundred more than the former. The Vega 64 Limite Edition is about $ 599 dollars, as for the Liquid Cooled is more expensive to 100 dollars. Also, AMD has provided the matching suit, as if consumers purchase the GPU can enjoy the corresponding game set and purchase offers display by Free-Sync.

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