AMD officially launches Radeon RX Vega cards and returns to competition with NVIDIA

In recent years, AMD has been introducing medium-sized graphics cards to budget-only players and has left the market to the top competitor in the game. But now it is competitive and offering high-end cards. After many leaks, the company unveiled its new, The Radeon RX Vega graphics series comes with many features and updates that the company says will provide competitive performance for AMD cards in front of top-end NVIDIA high-end cards, especially with the updated Pixel Processing Engine and Engineering Processor Geometry, as well as bandwidth buffering and multi-session data playback support; new graphics cards offer twice as much output and twice the memory range as previous Radeon cards.

AMD focuses more on basic performance than on higher frame rates, and the higher-resolution cards are supposed to offer 53 frames per second in many games when playing on an ultra-wide 1440p screen, which is higher than the 45-frame rate offered by Infidia In GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.

The company does not only rely on speed in these cards, the RX can work with the screens with a single cable of 5K. There is an additional auxiliary program that speeds up 4K virtual reality videos, and in the higher models there is a liquid cooling system that is supposed to provide higher performance to reach the speed-breaking frequencies as well as for a quieter computer.

The Radeon RX Vega 56 card (56 for compute units) comes at $ 399, and the 64-unit Vega 64 is air-cooled at $ 499. The company will offer a comprehensive Radeon package in the US that will include Prey and Wolfenstein II, and discount the price of an ultra-wide screen with the Ryzen 7 processor and a motherboard in one package. You will have to pay an additional $ 100 for the Vega 56 and 64 screen cards on the air cooling panel with this package, and the $ 846 Vega 64 Liquid Cooling Card will be available only within the overall Radeon package. The Vega series will begin shipping on August 14.

The launch of the Threadripper processor, which contains 16 kernel on August 10, has been set at $ 999, as well as an average processor with 12 kernel for $ 799 and a lower processor with 8 nano chips at $ 549 on August 31.

The Threadripper processor is a very powerful processor that is suitable for all uses, especially for people running multiple applications at the same time, prompting Intel to launch its Core i9 processor.

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