The firm of Sunnyvale has confirmed that they will hold a conference on May 31, taking advantage of the start of Computex, and everything suggests that they could take advantage to carry out the official announcement of AMD Radeon RX Vega.
We are talking about a graphic card that is called to become the next top-of-the-range solution of the Sunnyvale firm, and that as we know will use a new graphic architecture that will mark a major evolution against Polaris, present in the Radeon RX 400 and RX 500.
There is no specific information on what AMD plans to present, but the company has indicated that key executives, including CEO Lisa Su, will participate in the event and will discuss the upcoming developments and the products they will launch throughout 2017, So the thing seems to be pretty clear.
In addition to the AMD Radeon RX Vega, discussed the signing of Sunnyvale could use to officially announce the new Ryzen processors with 12 cores and 24 threads and 16 cores and 32 threads, a new range of high – performance CPUs as we have already seen in Previous news will use a new platform and support DDR4 memories in quadruple channel.
Returning to AMD Radeon RX Vega the last rumors left us a table of specs quite interesting that would be such that:
- 4,096 shaders.
- 256 units of texturing.
- 64 raster units.
- Memory bus of 4,096 bits-2,048 bits.
- 16 GB of HBM2-8 GB of HBM2.
Alongside that top-of-the-range model, AMD is expected to also have cut-out versions that will maintain the new architecture but will have lower shaders, texture and raster counts, and a smaller amount of graphics memory.
AMD Radeon RX Vega would yield less, but would be more economical and would complete the firm’s catalog of graphic solutions.