AMD is expected to debut its heavily-speculated Radeon RX Vega anytime soon now. Just ahead of the launch, the graphics card manufacturer to provide the fans with a glimpse into what can be expected from the upcoming Radeon RX Vega [VIDEO]is taking them on a road-show. AMD has planned a three-stop trip which included Budapest (Hungary), Portland (Oregon) and the last stop will be at SIGGRAPH 2017 (#Los Angeles) wherein the company will officially be introducing its latest system for gamers.

The first event which took place at Budapest, Hungary concluded yesterday. At the event in Budapest, the company showcased its Vega-based architecture to the enthusiastic fans.

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At the event, the firm tried functioning with two separate systems, each of which was powered by either the Radeon RX Vega GPUs or NVIDIA’s #Geforce Gtx 1080 graphics card. The attendees noted that the results outputted by both the systems were identical. Therefore, it is assumed that both the systems were powered by the same kind of Ryzen processors.

Release date not confirmed

When the AMD representatives were asked about the same, they were told that both the systems were powered by the Radeon RX Vega GPUs. However, they did not confirm whether it was the one that the company is planning on debuting at the upcoming SIGGRAPH, 2017 event. Soon after the event, multiple reports comparing the performance of Radeon RX Vega GPUs and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards surfaced online. It was discovered that both the monitors made use of the same systems with one of them also having a complimentary FreeSync or G-Sync enabled on their desktops.

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Moreover, the same monitor was also noted as running 100Hz panels.

A powerful gaming device

The enthusiastic fans were given the opportunity to experience several games including Battlefield 1 and Sniper Elite 4 on the systems. The video-quality was impeccable, as the display resolution stood at 3,440 x 1,440 pixels. The GPU market is getting increasingly competitive by nature. AMD’s position is equally threatened by NVIDIA’s and vice versa.

The needs of the ardent gaming groups have increased exponentially, and both the big-players are trying their best to offer the best to their customers. It remains to be seen what exactly will take place after both the products come face-to-face. As far as NVIDIA is concerned, it seems like the firm is expected to introduce its upcoming product towards the end of this year, or perhaps at the beginning of the next year. #Nvidia Geforce