AMD has officially confirmed the launch of their upcoming GPUs, based on the Vega architecture. AMD has been really quiet about the RX Vega since the release of the RX Vega Frontier workstation GPU. Yesterday, AMD announced a new conference, called SIGGRAPH, but they didn’t talk about RX Vega, again.
Well, the wait is almost over. AMD has officially announced that they will launch RX Vega at SIGGRAPH, through a Tweet from the official @RadeonRX Twitter account.
— Radeon RX (@Radeon) July 1, 2017
The SIGGRAPH conference will start on 30th July and it will end on the 3rd of August. CAPSAICIN is a part of SIGGRAPH conference, so yeah, maybe AMD will launch the RX Vega at CAPSAICIN. However, that is not confirmed yet, because the tweet only mentions SIGGRAPH.
AMD fans have waited 2 years for the RX Vega to arrive. Right now, Nvidia has dominated the high-end GPU market. With RX Vega, that may change. Personally, I’m expecting a high-end gaming GPU from AMD, which will bring some competition to the table.
More information about the RX Vega will be revealed at SIGGRAPH, in 29 days. Keep it set on GeeksULTD for more.