Another interesting leak is there about the published images of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 in two different versions, the first that we can see finished in black is the reference model and the second a limited edition finished in metal.That special edition reminds us a lot of the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition introduced AMD a few weeks ago, albeit with a different set of colors.
The presence of the turbine fan discards that it is the model with liquid cooling, a version of which at the moment we do not have any image.
However, you should keep in mind that most likely this version with liquid cooling will end up being identical to the special edition of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64, although obviously without the turbine fan.
All of its frontal would be closed and from it would leave two tubes by which the liquid would move towards a system of cooling type AIO (all in one).
On the side we can see two 8-pin power connectors, which together with the power that can be extracted from the PCI-E slot would leave us a maximum TDP of 375 watts (150 watts x 2 + 75 watts).
As far as the specifications of the moment there are no changes on the rumors that we had seen so far, which leaves us with the following configuration:
- 4,096 shaders.
- 256 texture units.
- 64 raster units.
- Bus of 2,048 bits.
- 8 GB of HBM2.
- Frequency of 1,630 MHz in the GPU.
The presentation of AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 is expected by July 31. We do not have details about the price, but everything indicates that it could be around $ 500 in its most basic version.