AMD Radeon Graphic Series Will Have A Delayed Release; AMD Will Relase Radeon Vega This Year

Mar 16, 2017 08:05 AM EDT | Paula


AMD will be delaying the release of some of its graphic cards by a week. Avid buyers of the brand can't wait to buy their new graphic cards when it becomes available in the market.

Radeon RX 580. This is part of the AMD Radeon RX 500 graphic series that will be launched on April 18. It has a 1340MHz GPU that allows 6.17TFLOPs of compute performance.

AMD used 8GB of GDDR5 that allows the card to have 256-bit of memory. AMD Radeon RX 580 is available for $199, according to Tweak Town.

Radeon RX 570. This is another card that will have a delayed launching. It is faster than its previous version RX570, which has 1244MHz GPU, 8GB GDDR5, 224GB/sec bandwidth and 5.10TFLOPs of compute performance.

Actually, the graphic cards amazing features can be the key for AMD to dominate the mainstream market. Radeon RX 570 is available for $150.

Radeon RX 560. The last card to have a delayed release. This is considered as an improved version of the RX 460 that didn't perform great last year. As an improvement, the card now has a 1024 stream processor, 1287MHz GPU lock and 2.63TFLOPs of compute performance. AMD also included a 4GB GDDR5 on its 128-bit memory.

Radeon RX Vega. This is an upcoming graphic card from AMD. It has a 4,096 GCN that came from 64 compute clusters. It has an 8GB memory that can be found on its 2,048-bit bus. The upcoming graphic card might also come with a 4GB HBM2 modules that allows 1,024-bit memory bus.

According to PC Games, there has been no reports on what its GPU sensors might be. However, it is certain that the Radeon RX Vega comes with 2756.69 Mpix/sec.

The upcoming graphic card can reportedly match the Nvidia card that runs at 3,451.05 Mpix/sec. There are other reports that state that this graphic card will be available this year.

 It may take longer than expected but avid users of the brand can be assured that AMD will give them quality and affordable graphic cards. Even though, they would have to wait a bit longer for it.

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