Published: 11th Jul 2017, 16:07 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

Possible codenames of Vega RX series have just been revealed by 3DCenter.


Since I don’t like rumors without any sources, shortly after seeing the article at 3DCenter I reached out to my sources for confirmation. Although I can’t say if those codenames are final (they are never final till actual launch), we can confirm that they exist.

Little known fact: Vega XTX is not actually such a secret anymore, it’s a codename of Frontier’s GPU (Vega 10 GLXTX).

The Vega XTX is supposedly a water-cooled edition of XT with higher TDP, whereas the XT is air-cooled version. According to our sources, the XL is a custom-only variant with cut-down Vega. So in this regard, RX Vega lineup is similar to Fury series, with the exception of XTX variant.

We also learned that both XTX and XT are to feature 8GB HBM2 memory. At this point, it remains unclear if 16GB the variant is still planned.

AMD Radeon RX Vega series will be unveiled at SIGGRAPH Capsaicin on July 30th.

AMD Radeon RX VEGA Series
Stream ProcessorsMemoryTBPASICComments
AMD Radeon RX VEGA XTX40968GB HBM2375W300WAIO Cooler
AMD Radeon RX VEGA XT40968GB HBM2285W220WAir Cooler
AMD Radeon RX VEGA XL3584?GB HBM2285W220WAir Cooler, AIB exclusive

This is how RX Vega XTX may actually look like

Source: 3DCenter,

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