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AMD Radeon Vega Frontier GPU Is Now Available for Preorder

AMD is rising fast in the computer processor market. But, they’re bringing new innovations in the GPU department too. The very first AMD Vega-based GPU is now available for preorder. This graphic card is not advertised for gaming, though.

 

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Price:

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier GPU Is Now Available for Preorder

 

 

The AMD Radeon Vega Frontier GPU is now available for preorder on SabrePC and Scan.UK. The Vega Frontier does come with a hefty price tag. The air-cooled version of the Vega Frontier costs £1,139.99 or $1,199.00 while the liquid-cooled version costs £1,656.49 or $1,799.00.

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Specifications:

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier GPU Is Now Available for Preorder

As for the specifications, the Vega Frontier is equipped with 16 Gigabytes of blazing fast HBM2 memory. The core of the Vega Frontier is a Vega 10 GPU with 64 Compute Units and 4096 Stream Processors. Here are full detailed specs of the Vega Frontier:

Compute Units: 64
Stream Processors: 4096
FP32 Computing: 13.1 TFLOPs
Max Core Clock: 1600 MHz
HBM Gen.: 16GB HBM2
Memory Bus: 2048-bit
Memory Speed: 1.882 Gbps
Memory Bandwidth: 483 GB/s
I/O: 3x DisplayPort 1.4, 1xHDMI (capable of 4K @ 60Hz)

 

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Synthetic Benchmarks (vs. Nvidia Titan Xp):

The liquid cooled version of the Vega Frontier has a TDP of 375 Watts, while the air-cooled variant has a TDP of 300 Watts, according to Exxact Corporation, a company that specializes in workstation GPUs. Exxact Corp. also tested the Vega Frontier against the Nvidia Titan Xp, here are their results:

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier GPU Is Now Available for Preorder
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier vs Nvidia Titan Xp (via Exxact Corp.)

As you can see in the chart above by Exxact Corp., the AMD Vega Frontier is a lot faster than the Nvidia Titan Xp in synthetic benchmarks. Although, the Titan Xp is not a full-fledge workstation GPU. It will be interesting to see how the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition stacks up against the more expensive (£1,944.98) Nvidia Quadro P5000.


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