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More AMD Vega 10 3DMark Results Surface

It seems like each day we have a new leak of AMD Vega benchmark results. This has been going over for the past few weeks, but still there is so much that is unclear. We know this is a Vega card as the device ID (687F:C1) was spotted on AMD's own demo when they were running DOOM in 4K.

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AMD Radeon Vega Power Connector Pictured

When we were shown Vega at CES back in January, AMD was very careful to not really show the card at all. Well it looks like AMD was showing Vega in all its glory at the Ryzen announcement event. This system is running an AMD Ryzen 7-1800X and an AMD Radeon Vega 10 graphics card. This reveals to us the look of the reference card and the power connectors.

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AMD Vega 10 GPU Name Confirmed By Bethesda

Well it really was no secret, but it looks like Bethesda has confirmed it. AMD's upcoming Vega 10 GPU will be named the Radeon RX 490 and will feature 8GB of graphics memory. Bethesda announced that it will release a new HD texture pack for the PC version of Fallout 4. In this announcement Bethesda revealed the recommended system requirements and there it was listed!

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AMD Could Launch RX 490 In December?

A new rumor has been floating around that AMD could be finishing off the year with a new high-end graphics card launch. The company could launch the Radeon RX 490 by the end of the year, according to a report from Guru3D. The card will either be a dual-GPU card based on two Polaris 10 "Ellesmere" chips or a single-GPU chip based on the larger Vega 10 silicon.

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AMD’s Vega 10 Coming End of 2016, Vega 11 Due Early 2017

AMD's most powerful GPU to date is said to debut by the end of this year with Vega 11 to follow in early 2017. AMD also has a new board code-named "Magnum" that will be shown off at SC 2016 in November. It has not been made clear if Vega 10 will makes its debut alongside "Magnum" in November, but many sources have confirmed that we will see Vega 10 before the end of the year.

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AMD’s Vega 10, Vega 20, and Vega 11 GPUs Detailed

AMD speaking at an investors event organized by Deutsche Bank, announced that their next-generation "Vega" GPUs will be launched in the first half of 2017. These will be the first high-end parts from AMD in close to two years. Vega will bring with it significant performance/watt refinements over the current "Polaris" architecture.

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AMD Polaris and Vega GPU Compute Unit Counts Surface

AMD's upcoming "Polaris" and "Vega" GPU architectures will appear to take advantage of performance/watt gains to keep their stream processor counts low, and sizes quite small. This is according to VideoCardz who has spotted a curious-looking CompuBench entry. If a Graphics Core Next (GCN) compute unit (CU) of the "Polaris" architecture consists of 64 stream processors, then AMD's Polaris 11 silicon (Baffin) could feature over 1024 stream processors across 16 CUs. AMD Polaris 10 (Ellesmere) would feature 2304 stream processors spread across 36 CUs, and finally Vega 10 would feature 4096 stream processors across 64 CUs.

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AMD “Greenland” Vega 10 GPU To Feature 4096 Stream Processors

An interesting piece of information about AMD's "Greenland" graphics processor came out over this past weekend. Codenamed Vega 10 and scheduled for release in early 2017 according to AMD's GPU architecture roadmap "Greenland" will be built on AMD's "Vega" GPU architecture, which follows Polaris that will come out later this year. The big news is that apparently Vega 10 will feature 4096 stream processors.

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