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AMD Radeon RX Vega Predictions, With Live Updates

By: Anthony Garreffa | AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: 1 week, 2 days ago
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Vega 10 Will Be Good, But Vega 20... OH BOY

 

Vega 10 is exciting, but you know what - Vega 20 is going to be a freakin' gigantic leap forward. The last rumors we heard on Vega 20 were during CES 2017 in January, where the rumors had Vega 20 targeted for a launch in the second half of 2018, on the new 7nm node.

 

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Vega 20 will also reportedly rock 64 compute units with 2x FP16 performance, 4-stack HBM2 with 1TB/sec of bandwidth - and offering 16GB or 32GB. There will be PCIe 4.0 x16 support, with a TDP of 150-300W. These are all rumors specs, but if this is in line with reality - Vega 20 is where the fun will really begin with Radeon RX Vega.

 

 

Vega 10 Specifications

 

This is where AMD should fight against NVIDIA in the GTX 1070, GTX 1080 and upcoming GTX 1080 Ti.

 

 

GPU: 14nm Vega 10 (64 NCUs)

Performance: 12 TFLOPs of single precision performance (750 GFLOPS of double precision)

GPU clock speeds: 1465MHz on reference, 1600MHz+ on AIB partner cards

RAM: 8-16GB of HBM2 (512GB/sec bandwidth)

PCIe: PCIe 3.0 x16

TDP: 225W

Release: May/June 2016

 

Dual Vega 10 Specifications

 

Reduced clock speeds, but dual Vega 10 GPUs - 4-stack HBM2, so 1TB/sec memory bandwidth (16-32GB)

 

GPU: 14nm Vega 10 (64 NCUs) x 2 (128 NCUs total)

Performance: 24 TFLOPs (12 TFLOPs per GPU) of single precision performance (1.5 TFLOPs of double precision)

GPU clock speeds: 1200MHz+ reference only

RAM: 16-32GB of HBM2 (1024GB/sec bandwidth)

PCIe: PCIe 3.0 x16

TDP: 300W

Release: Late 2017

 

Vega 20 Specifications

 

Professional/workstation card, the Titan X of AMD's Vega line up in a way. Shaders are set up differently on Vega 20, so we should see some exciting things with the shift to 7nm and the compute performance. If we do hit 20TFLOPs+ of single precision, we're in for a world of performance on the workstation side of things before Navi hits in late-2018, early 2019.

 

GPU: 7nm Vega 20 (64 NCUs)

Performance: Interesting - 35-40TFLOPs half precision (20TFLOPs+ of single precision)

GPU clock speeds: Faster clock speeds, nothing concrete

RAM: 16-32GB of HBM2 (1024GB/sec bandwidth)

PCIe: PCIe 4.0 x16 host connection

TDP: 150-300W

Release: First half 2018

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