AMD has long been rumored to be working on its latest flagship product, the Radeon RX #Vega graphics processing unit card. While iteration for the same was introduced in the market sometime earlier this year, it was primarily targeted towards working professionals. The gaming community has since then waiting for the arrival of a refreshed line-up of GPU cards especially designed for the gaming sector. After several rumors and speculations, the firm officially took the wraps off its Radeon RX Vega at an event held in Budapest. The latest innovation by AMD falls in direct competition with NVIDIA’s flagship product GTX 1080 GPUs.

If reports are believed to be true, then the recently-concluded Budapest event witnessed the performance potential of AMD’s Radeon RX Vega set of GPUs.

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At the event, two PC systems running the aforementioned processor were put to test. The accessories and all the other major details in both the systems were pretty identical by nature as well. Both the systems were structured upon the Ryzen 7 processors. The only different between the two were the graphics hardware and the monitors. According to a report published by Hexus, the system sponsored by AMD ran on the company’s latest graphics card.

GeForce GTX 1080 vs Vega

At the same time towards NVIDIA’s end, the system runs on #Geforce Gtx 1080 cards. This further goes on to suggest that the two systems come in direct competition with each other, and the event marked one such occasion wherein it was to be discovered which one will end up fairing better. According to another report published by Tweak Town, it was noted that the system that ran on NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 processor, packed a 34-inch display with 3,440 x 1,440 pixels resolution.

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Moreover, the system further went on to pack a G-Sync panel. On the other hand, the system powered by AMD’s Radeon RX Vega set of GPUs, packed the same display size but instead, featured a Free-Sync display. Since it was a blind test, both the systems were covered in a blanket so that no body would get an idea as to which system is powered by what processor.

According to a report published by Science Times, both the monitors were tested wherein the participants were seen playing the ‘Battlefield 1’ game. Through this, the gamers even got an idea of the audio-quality and other such related factors that need to be put in consideration. The pricing and the availability details are still not known as yet. #Amd Radeon