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The Radeon-red team is working to release the AMD #Vega #Gpu, next generation graphic silicon later this year. With their focus on gaming Radeon RX Vega promise to deliver AMD a graphics card that may well possibly compete with their very top rivals Nvidia’s GPU stack.

The launch of AMD’s much-awaited graphics cards is less than two weeks away. Fittingly the rumors are flowing in more than ever mainly regarding the design, specs and most importantly the names of this new card.

Rumored specs and features

There are now officially three cards. The RX Vega core, RX Vega eclipse, and RX Vega Nova. All of which are aimed at different price points and are aimed to be specific competitors to the videos Pascal GTX line ups of cards.

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Let’s look at the specs of each of these cars, starting with the lowest card first, the RX Vega core.

It's set to have 4096 stream processors a clock speed of around 1500 megahertz, performance between 10 and a half teraflops 221 a floating-point 16 teraflops or performance is said to have 4 and 8 gig models with HB m 2 and memory bus of 20148 bit, a memory bandwidth of 410 gigabytes per second and a TDP of 275 watts and are set to launch on July 30th. This is later than the earlier rumored launch date of June 5th.

Moving to the RX Vega Eclipse, which is supposed to rival the GTX 1080. It's supposedly going to have 3584 stream processors. A clock speed of around 1500 to 1600 megahertz. 12 teraflops of performance with 24 teraflops of floating-point 16 performance, 8 gigabytes of HVM 2 memory.

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A memory bus of 2048 bit a memory bandwidth of again 410 gigabytes per second and a TDP again of 275 watts with the same launch date of July 30th.

Now the high-end card RX Vega Nova, which is set to take on the GTX 1080 Ti. It supposedly had 4096 stream processors a clock speed of 1600 megahertz. 12.8 teraflops of performance, 8 and 16-gigabyte models, both featuring a high bandwidth memory generation. A 248-bit memory bus. A memory bandwidth of 410 gigabytes per second and a TDP of 275 watts and a launch date same of course of July 30th.

The speculated price of the GPU

Lastly, coming to the price of these cards. The RX Vega Nova is rumored to be released at a price of $599 that will make it $100 cheaper than the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti. This puts a price tag of $499 on the middle order RX Vega Eclipse and subsequently, the RX Vega core should be priced at $399. Of course, all this is just a rumor, hence our readers are requested to take all this with a grain of salt. With the launch around the corner, stay tuned for the latest updates. #Amd Radeon