First review of Radeon RX Vega 64 Air and Liquid is here

Published: 14th Aug 2017, 06:57 GMT   Comments

Looks like our friends from South Korea are first with their review, a review of not one card, but two Vega 64s.

AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Air and Liquid

Guys from HardwareBattle got their hands on the air/black edition and liquid edition. It’s actually quite interesting because as far as I know, only PCPerspective has access to both of these cards. They are not the same, as they have different clock speeds and liquid edition has higher TDP. It’s quite important to have a direct comparison of both models in one review.

In GPU-Z both cards are shown as 687F, but the liquid edition is reported as C0 revision while air-cooled is C1. The GPU-Z presents the peak clock of 1750 and 1630 MHz of both cards.

The card features new power-optimizing modes. They range from -25% to 50% power limit.

 

Based on HardwareBattle’s measurements, the RX Vega 64 Liquid will consume up to 516W with power limit increased by 50%.

 

 

Guys from HardwareBattle are still working on their review, check this link for more charts.

Update: link is dead (password protected). Added more charts.




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