The Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphic card was the first to feature AMD’S Vega Gpu architecture, which was built for a purpose to handle big data sets and a diverse range of computation workloads. This unit provides super-charged pathways to give out 2X processing throughput than 16-bit data types are being used.

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The AMD Radeon Vega GPU delivers up to 13.1 TFLOPS of peak single precision floating point performance which is an incredible power to speed up professional applications where high performance is a need.

This helps in many of the video effects and visualizing complex simulations. It packs a High- Bandwidth Cache Controller which removes the capacity limitations of traditional GPU memory.


As it has an automatic grained memory, it enables creators and designers to work with much larger and better-detailed models in real time.

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This has a 16GB HBM2 Cache memory which is ultra-fast for managing cache of external memory or storage devices; it helps the graphic card to efficiently access up to hundreds of terabytes of memory which is ideal to handle massive data sets. Apart from the memory when it comes to color, the AMD Radeon Vega provides a Native support for 10- bits per color channel for color critical tasks, it packs an effective 20-bits per pixel card which is required for color precisions and a better level of detail. Now, the graphic card has an updated rasterizer technology which improves cache locality and overdraw which maintains smooth 3D rendering.

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With the color capability, a GPU must also help in the display. The AMD Eyefinity Technology enables highly immersive and multitasking across multiple screens.

Moreover, Radeon Vega also has a 4K Accelerated Encode/Decode which is has a multi stream hardware for power efficient and quick video playback. With the VR (Virtual Reality) in the market there should be a brilliant audio technology, so the TrueAudio Next Technology fulfills that demand as well which is based on Radeon Rays and is a high fidelity physically based audio technology which is perfect for managing an immersive VR experience. When it comes to power, the Vega has an energy efficient design and supports power monitoring technologies. It has a maximum power consumption of 300 watts TDP board power when air cooled and 375 watts on liquid cooling. On idle situation, it reduces its performance to consume less power. With the Open CL 2.0 Support, the users can tap into the parallel computing power of state of the art GPUs to compute intensive tasks.