The firm of Sunnyvale launched a few days ago its new generation of graphics cards based on the graphic core Vega 10 XT. In this article we tell you all the details and saw the price of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64, a graphics card that in its standard version costs $ 499.
However, in addition to that standard version we talked about Radeon packs, which include two games (Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Prey) and discounts on the joint purchase of RYZEN 7 1800X processors, X370 motherboards and monitors with FreeSync technology.
The price of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 in that pack rises to $ 599, a figure that may be interesting for those who intend to renew their equipment thoroughly, but the shortage of the individual version of the graphics card (without the contents Cited and at a price of 499 dollars) had generated a certain controversy that in the end we have been able to clarify.
At the time it was said that AMD had carried out a temporary limited offer to a few units that would come at that price and without the aforementioned pack, and that they would no longer carry out new replenishments of stock, but this is not true.
It seems that the idea of making a launch so diversified and with so different packs has been the main problem, and has been noted in the most economical option that apparently has been the one with the highest demand.