We’ve seen the architecture. We’ve seen the teasers. We’ve seen the Frontier. And we’ve seen the specifications. Now the end game for AMD’s Radeon RX Vega release is finally upon us: the actual launch of the hardware. Today is AMD’s moment to shine, as for the first time in over a year, they are back in the high-end video card market. Show More Summary
The Radeon Vega FE strives to be all things to all people: a workhorse and expensive toy in one. AMD even allows the FE card to support its Radeon Pro drivers.
In what continues to be a busy month for the folks at AMD, today marks the release of the R3 lineup of AMD Ryzen processors. Sandwiched between the releases of the Vega Frontier Edition, Threadripper, and the Radeon RX Vega, the Ryzen R3 chips are the first Zen-based competitors for the budget-oriented CPU market. Show More Summary
by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “AMD today unleashed the first product based on its highly anticipated ‘Vega’ graphics processing unit (GPU) architecture: Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition. Radeon Vega Frontier Edition...Show More Summary
Early benchmarks on AMD's Vega Frontier Edition are beginning to show up, but it's still early for firm conclusions about the GPU's performance relative to its Nvidia counterparts. The post Early AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition Benchmarks Surface appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD yesterday revealed the first product based on its highly anticipated “Vega” GPU architecture: Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. AMD claims that Radeon Vega Frontier Edition is the world’s fastest graphics card for machine learning development and advanced visualization workloads. Show More Summary
After what appears to be a very unusual false start, AMD has now formally launched their new Radeon Vega Frontier Edition card. First announced back in mid-May, the unusual card, which AMD is all but going out of their way to dissuade their usual consumer base from buying, will be available today for $999. Show More Summary
AMD's first graphics card to feature the Vega GPU architecture, the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, is now available for preorder.
Eagerly anticipated for later this month is the launch of AMD’s first wave of Radeon Vega cards, the first-run workstation/early adopter-focused Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. To date, AMD has not yet said anything further about the launch...Show More Summary
You might want to be sitting down before having a look at the prices.
Advanced Micro Devices announced its Ryzen Threadripper processor today, as well as its new Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphics processing units (GPUs). And the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company said that these chips are going to make gamers very happy. In a demo at the Computex trade show in Taiwan, AMD executive Jim Anderson showed off the […]
RX Vega gaming GPU will "be faster than Frontier version," launch later in the year.
It’s high-time for AMD to announce a new generation graphics card and it’s done just that with the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. This potentially deadly duo of souped-up GPUs take aim at NVIDIA’s Pascal series, namely the GTX 1080, 1080Ti and even directly, to the more recently announced Titan Xp. Here are the nerdy details: the Vega features 64 compute units, an… Read More
While the big GPU-related announcement out of today’s AMD Financial Analyst day was the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, as part of his presentation, AMD’s CTO Mark Papermaster also offered a brief update of AMD’s GPU architecture roadmap. The...Show More Summary
It feels like the build-up to Vega has been just shy of forever. And in a way it has been: AMD first announced the architecture back in March of 2016, and we’ve known for almost as long that Polaris would be a volume play, not a play for the high performance market. Show More Summary