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AMD Radeon Vega Graphics Card News: AMD Leaks New Features, Countdown To CES 2017; Release Date First Half Of 2017 [REPORT]

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The AMD radeon Vega graphics cards have just been leaked yesterday with new features as AMD counts down to Vega's official launch at CES 2017 via a dedicated website page. Moreover, AMD will reportedly unveil the newly-overhauled Ryzen processor on the first quarter of 2017 while the Vega will be released in the first half of the year.

AMD just launched an official Vega website counting down to 9:00 a.m. ET on Jan. 5, the first day of CES 2017. Moreover, the AMD Radeon Vega has new features as revealed in the word cloud on the website.

AMD Radeon Vega New Information

The word cloud has revealed new information on the AMD Radeon Vega graphics card, which is four times more efficient versus the Radeon Polaris architecture since the Vega will take full advantage of HBM2, not the HBM1. The card also has the next-generation computer engine and pixel engine.

The AMD Radeon Vega will also have a high bandwidth cache controller with two times bandwidth per pin, DSOG reported. It also features a draw stream binning racterizer with two times peak throughout per clock as against the Polaris.

AMD Radeon Vega at CES 2017

With just two days more to CES 2017 and the Vega's official launch, AMD has given consumers a peak at the new AMD Radeon Vega graphics cards, keeping Radeon enthusiasts eager to know what the card can do in real-life. Moreover, AMD will also unveil the Ryzen processor, which was drastically overhauled to be AMD's best chip family in ten years according to PCWorld.

AMD Radeon Vega Release Date

The AMD Radeon Vega is reported to be released in the first half of 2017 and the AMD Ryzen will most likely debut during the first quarter of the year. Meanwhile, AMD is enticing consumers to "Join the Rebellion" in its Facebook group page dedicated to the Radeon Technologies.

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