Jul 28, 2017 11:25 AM EDT
AMD is officially going to reveal its new lineup of Radeon RX Vega graphics cards in a matter of days, so naturally, there are lots of leaks and benchmark. The latest benchmarks of 3DMark make gaming Vega unofficially official
The benchmarks are based on the 3DMark Fire Strike test. However, there's no information regarding which variant Radeon RX Vega card was tested. Given the official reveal of AMD's Radeon RX Vega products is happening just days away, there are likely seeing close-to-final performances. AMD is speculated to formally introducing the Radeon RX Vega family with a launch date before the end of 2017, giving the company more time to tweak even more performance out of the hardware, according to the Digital Trends.
For images of the AMD Radeon, RX Vega can be seen here, with the courtesy of HardOCP. The photo supposedly revealed a reference edition model which will be used in a FreeSync versus G-Sync benchmark test against the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.
AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics card is a highly anticipated product from AMD. It's the company's return to the high-end graphics market after the release of its Radeon R9 Fury cards in 2015. After that, AMD had focused on the mainstream market with reasonably priced solutions that support virtual reality, which is the Polaris-based Radeon RX 400 Series and the most recent Radeon RX 500 Series. In the meantime, Nvidia slowly rolled out its GeForce GTX 10 Series cards addressing the entry-level, mid-range, high-end, and enthusiast markets.
AMD's forthcoming Radeon RX Vega cards are said to balance the company's new Ryzen desktop processors. AMD has used Vega when displaying Ryzen's performance before to the processor family launch. The Vega-based cards are also coming in the same timeframe as AMD's two enthusiast Ryzen Threadripper processors arriving in August.
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