AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 sales start today

Published: 28th Aug 2017, 09:18 GMT | Comments

A heads up to all waiting to buy Vega graphics cards. Today Radeon RX Vega 56 sales will begin. This is your chance to buy Vega at a normal price till rebates are over. 

AMD Radeon RX Vega 56

We do not expect RX Vega cards to get cheaper until AIBs start offering their custom designs. Many shops are currently out of stock of any ‘standalone’ Vega cards, but they estimate that the shipment will start mid to late September. Today the embargo on RX Vega 56 sales will lift and all stock that was carefully prepared for this launch will likely disappear very fast.

Unlike the full-fat RX Vega 64, the Radeon RX Vega 56 has generally received positive reviews. Yes, it may consume more power and has noisier cooler than GTX 1070, but if there’s a Vega to get, it’s probably 56, especially if you own a FreeSync monitor.

The SEP (suggested e-tail price) of Vega is 399 USD. Look for standalone packages (without games) to make sure you are buying the card for the lowest possible price.

Check the counter on our main site to make sure you won’t miss it.

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Amazon.comAmazon.ukAmazon.de
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NCIX.comOverclockers.co.ukMindfactory.de
Radeon RX Vega Series
 VideoCardz.comRX Vega 64 LiquidRX Vega 64 LimitedRX Vega 64 (Air)RX Vega 56
Vega RX
GPUVega 10 XTXVega 10 XTVega 10 XTVega 10 XL
Cores
 
4096
 
4096
 
4096
 
3584
Compute Perf.
 
13.7 TFLOPS
 
12.6 TFLOPS
 
12.6 TFLOPS
 
10.5 TFLOPS
Base Clock
 
1406 MHz
 
1247 MHz
 
1247 MHz
 
1156 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1677 MHz
 
1546 MHz
 
1546 MHz
 
1471 MHz
Memory Clock
 
945 MHz
 
945 MHz
 
945 MHz
 
800 MHz
Memory (HBM2)
 
8 GB
 
8 GB
 
8 GB
 
8 GB
Memory Bus
 
2048-bit
 
2048-bit
 
2048-bit
 
2048-bit
TBP
 
345W
 
295W
 
295W
 
210W
MSRP
 
699 USD
 
599 USD
 
499 USD
 
399 USD
GPU : Vega 10 GPU Base Clock : 1156 MHz
Cores : 3584 GPU Boost Clock : 1471 MHz
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1600 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b


by WhyCry

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