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Gamers cannot wait to examine the new AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. AMD has been popular with the release of the Ryzen CPU series. With this newly released high-performance Vega, it will complete the AMD’s monstrous video card series.

The new Vega Frontier Edition has an extreme performance of 25 teraflops of half-precision along with a floating point 16 performance. A 12.5 teraflops of single-precision along with a floating point 32 performance makes the Radeon Vega the best-created video card in this year. These astonishing numbers exceed the long-term rivals Nvidia’s Titan XP that consist only of 12 teraflops of floating point 32 performance.

AMD gave PCWorld magazine with two almost identical system. The core specs were; a Ryzen 7 1800X CPU, 32GB of DDR4/2400, SSD storage, a 4K display, Windows 10 Enterprise, as well as same mouse and keyboard. One machine loaded with AMD’s Radeon Vega, while Nvidia provides a set of graphics acceleration via Titan XP. After the results of OpenGL tests via the SPECViewPerf 12.1. Therefore it concludes that AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Edition easily beat the Nvidia’s challenger.

AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Edition vs. Nvidia’s GeForce Titan XP

Also, the machine runs an 8K Dell panel. While Frontier Edition’s second panel runs at 1080p with an HTC Vive.

AMD opens the prototype car design in the Solidworks engineering application. As expected in the results, the scanning, rotation and the movements of the cart is incredibly fast. The Radeon Vega will be exported using AMD’s ProRender to plug it in Unreal Engine 4 when it’s ready to examine. Furthermore, AMD’s Radion Vega can be viewed using the HTC.

There are many design firm runs up to this day. Unlike the recovery gadgets that once being bashed on the internet. Likewise, Unreal Engine is probably the best application because it has the overall tools needed.

PCWorld’s review on AMD’s Radeon Vega

AMD gives PCWorld premium access to the newly released Vega. Since the Frontier Edition was made for creative pros, meanwhile they have to play games to test them too.
For game testing, they connected an Acer 34-inch wide aspect 3440×1440 panels on the test systems. Some games that were loaded are Doom thru Vulkan, Prey thru DirectX 11, and Sniper Elite 4 thru DirectX 12. All games settings were set at high, max resolution without enabling FreeSync.

According to PCWorld, the gaming performance specs were not shared, but it switched back and forth between systems. The results show that the AMD’s Radeon Vega is faster than the monster contender Nvidia’s GTX 1080.

The AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Edition cards will start to release nationwide on Monday. The RX Vega gaming card expects to roll out by the end of July. These give AMD few more days to optimize gaming drivers and to conduct more tests.

Radeon air cooled model starts at $999. However, the liquid cooled version is $1499, which costs 2 iPhone 7’s for this one. Since AMD made it especially for high-performance gaming, the customers might find it difficult to decide which one to buy.

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