The two major companies that primarily dominate the GPU-market are undoubtedly AMD and NVIDIA. This year, both the companies are expected to make a debut of its flagship products, i.e. AMD’s Radeon Vega and NVIDIA’s Geforce Gtx 1080. The battle continues to take place day-after-day as added details regarding both the products keep surfacing online. It is quite natural that the same took place at the recently-concluded PDXLAN event as well.

The potential of both the products was put to the test wherein both, Radeon RX Vega graphics card came head-strong against NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080.

If reports are believed to be true, then this is a follow-up to an event that took place on July 18th in Budapest. Even at the Budapest event, the gaming equipment manufacturers gave attendees an opportunity to experience video-streaming based on their latest innovations.

What to expect at SIGGRAPH, 2017

The battle between the two leading GPU manufacturers reportedly took place all three days of the PDXLAN event between July 21st to July 23rd. This, as mentioned before, was the second leg of the battle between AMD’s Radeon RX Vega and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 graphic cards. The performance of both the products was obviously put to the test, however, a formal conclusion on which one ended up performing better, is yet to be achieved.

This event is soon going to be followed up by the official SIGGRAPH, 2017 event that is scheduled to take place sometime towards the end of this month. The gaming community is especially looking forward to SIGGRAPH, 2017 because AMD is expected to introduce its last Radeon RX Vega graphics card at the same. The event will reportedly be taking place from July 30 to August 3 at a location in Los Angeles, California, United States of America.

What happened at the Budapest event?

At the recently-concluded Budapest event, AMD showcased two of its products on different systems. According to several reports, the systems came with two identical PC regarding system specifications. One of the PC however, was functioning on AMD’s Radeon RX Vega, and the other one was working on NVIDIA’s GeForce 1080.

The participants at the event stated that they got the splendid opportunity to play ‘Battlefield 1’ based on these two systems. It remains to be seen what exactly will take place next. The companies are also exploring many other peripherals in the market itself such as digital data storage and Bitcoin technology.