The massive high-speed memory of the Radeon Pro SSG combined with the "Vega" GPU architecture's vast computation capabilities also enables stunning next-generation workflows, unlocking huge data sets and real-time responsiveness.
The AMDRX Vega is a new graphics card build on AMD's "Vega" architecture, which AMD says marks the company's biggest leap in power in years.
But it's going to take a lot more than 7-month-old hype to dethrone Nvidia, which now sits comfortably with its GTX 1070, 1080, 1080 Ti, and Titan X cards dominating the mid and high end of the graphics market.
However, we now have a little bit more insight into Radeon RX Vega 64performance thanks to some benchmarks posted on AMD's website.
The only glaring omission is a 4K comparison, but we'll get that soon enough.
A Radeao RX 64 Liquid Cooled Edition will also have the same 64 compute units, 4096 stream processors & 8GB of HBM2.
With regards to performance, the 56 variant comes with an 1156MHz base clock and 410GB/s memory bandwidth, along with 8GB of HBM2. That fleet of SPs operates at a boost clock of 1500 MHz.
AMD appears to be betting on this scenario as the company made the difference between its FreeSync and nVidia's G-Sync experiences a focal point during recent RX Vega demos. This lower spec'd card will have a base clock of 1 156MHz and a boost of 1 471MHz.
Some members of the hardware enthusiast community were disappointed back in 2015 when AMD's Radeon R9 Fury cards were limited to a mere 4 GB of on-package memory.
Radeon Black Pack - Featuring the Radeon RX Vega 64, an air-cooled card priced at $599 SEP. More information about where to purchase the cards can be purchased on AMD's website.