Jul 28, 2017 11:25 AM EDT
AMD Radeon RX Vega is just around the corner and there are lots of reports on the performance of said graphics card can be seen till now. The latest report is claiming that the Sapphire have plans to launch three Radeon RX Vega models later this year, with prices starting from $700 as speculated via a Spanish AMD retailer.
There will be three different variants of AMD Radeon RX Vega available for sale. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but according to a Spanish retailer, the cards will come at a price between $700- $900. The variants will be the Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 8G HBM2 HDMI + Triple DP 2048-bit - 2 slots active air cooled. However, Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 8G HBM2 HDMI + Triple DP LIMITED EDITION 2048-bit, which will be 2 slots active air cooled. And there will be the Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 8G HBM2 HDMI + Triple DP LIQUID COOLED 2048-bit. This will be the Water Cooled version, as reported by VideoCardz.
It should be noted that the last filtered tests revealed three different performance tests, so it would fit in that the water-cooled version is the fastest while the most basic model, with reference frequencies, is the slowest model. The final pricing points for not just the Sapphire models, but the entire Radeon RX Vega range will be announced this coming Monday on July 31. However, the source for the information has been known to be reliable in past situations. If the prices are considered to be true then it will be another upset to the fans, as reported by Etenix.
The pricing looks to be much higher than people had originally thought. Considering the fact that gamer can pick up a GTX 1080 for less with slightly better performance, it could prove detrimental to the success of the graphics cards.
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