AMD Radeon RX Vega (Consumer version) Spotted in 3DMark FireStrike

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Performance figures of a Radeon RX Vega have surfaced in 3DMark, this is not the Frontier edition but looks to be the one of the consumer models to be released and announced (hopefully next week) as it carries an 8GB graphics memory entry.

The RX Vega sample is clocked on a really noce 1630 MHz, the HBM2 memory runs at 945 MHz. The card as stated is listing back as a 8GB version. The Futuremark ORB shows that three tests have been run and return graphics scores of 22,330 points, 22,291 points, and 20.949 points. So, 22K on the GPU score is roughly comparable towards (actually pretty spot on) the GeForce GTX 1080, but well above the GTX 1070. I am talking a Founders Edition here, not a tweaked model. It obviously is unclear if the entries are based on the air or liquid cooled version.

On a sidenote: these entries seem for real, they are listed with a user tag called 'TheGameTechnician'. Look that up and you'll spot a name, Jason Evangelho. And yeah Jason would be the Sr. Technical Marketing Specialist at ... AMD.

** update - apparently some people are willingly not seeing our source link at the top where the original material was sourced from, the screenshots are courtesy of videocardz as linked there (as we always do).

AMD Radeon RX Vega (Consumer version) Spotted in 3DMark FireStrike

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