AMD has released the official presentation of its upcoming graphic cards. It includes Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56. Here are the features, performance, price, and details of the upcoming models.

AMD releases official presentation

Linus Sebastian of Linus Tech Tips has shown the first look of the upcoming AMD graphics cards on Saturday through the LTX2017 event channel in Canada. Moreover, Radeon also released a photo of the new releases on its official Twitter account.

The image shows the graphics cards running inside an Alienware Area-51 system with AMD’s Threadripper processor.

It also revealed that the cards will feature GPU tachometer LED lighting.

The upcoming AMD RX Vega graphics cards have a front part that is equipped with an aluminum armor. Its back part, on the other hand, contains the light up logo. The top part of the card features a small translucent square with the letter ‘R’ on it which represents the company’s name. Hence, the cards have similarities with the Polaris graphic cards in terms of its metal design.

Radeon graphics cards features

A report published in WCCF Tech revealed that the Radeon RX Vega 64 features a full Vega 10 GPU and the Radeon RX Vega 56 will use a cut down one. The former, which will be available in Air and liquid cooled version, features 64 compute units and 4096 GCN stream processors.

Meanwhile, the latter version, which will only be offered in air cooled version, features 56 compute units and 3584 stream processors.

RX Vega graphics cards price revealed

The AMD RX Vega 64 air and liquid cooled versions will cost around $499 and $599, respectively. Meanwhile, its Air Limited Edition will cost around $549.

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The air and liquid cooled versions will be sold concurrently, but as in addition to its special limited edition models. If consumers choose to purchase the AMD Vega 56, they will only spend $399. However, they can also get its Liquid Limited Edition as part of a special bundle for $649 to $699.

New driver released for the upcoming cards

AMD has also released a new driver called Radeon Software Crimson ReLive version 17.7.2. It comes with new features such as enhanced game responsiveness, screen syncing, and power consumption.

The Enhance Sync feature is an alternative feature to the Vsync, which outputs only the sampling rate to the refresh rate of the user’s monitor. It will produce the most recent frame and discards the rest. Hence, the upcoming AMD graphics cards with the new driver will give a better experience for users.