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AMD Ryzen RX and Threadripper Details (0 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 31-July-2017  14:00:06 (GMT +10) - by Agg

AMD have unveiled the Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 graphics cards, their new high-end models. To quote Tech Report: The RX Vega 64 Liquid-Cooled Edition will be the highest-performance Vega card at launch. This card will offer a typical boost range of 1677 MHz, a base clock of 1406 MHz, and a board power of 345W. This card will offer peak single-precision performance of 13.7 TFLOPS and peak half-precision performance of 27.5 TFLOPS.

More coverage on Tweaktown, HotHardware, PC Perspective and TechPowerUp (with more here). PC Perspective have info on the Vega Nano too. Vega GPU discussion continues in this thread in our forums.

Also from AMD, more details on their Threadripper CPU product. Again from Tech Report: All Threadripper chips start with an Epyc-esque multi-chip module that uses two of AMD's eight-core Zen dies connected over the company's Infinity Fabric. To achieve its quad-channel memory architecture, Threadripper yokes the dual-channel memory controller on each die into the fabric, and it also enables all 32 of the PCIe lanes available from each die to create the 64 PCIe lanes available to all Threadrippers.

More info on PC Perspective and discussion continues in the enormous Zen Core thread.



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