Radeon Vega Frontier Editions’ Prices Revealed

Advanced Micro Devices, most commonly called as AMD is one of America's leading multinational semiconductor company. A new workstation graphics cards are now available on pre-order. The all-new AMD Radeon Vega Frontiers are also available on selected physical outlets.

According to ZDNet, customers of this new graphics cards need to be ready to be amazed. Tech site VideoCardz discovered listings for both air-cooled and liquid versions of Vega Frontier graphics cards. The workstation cards are priced at $1,199 for the air-cooled variant, while $1,799 for the water-cooled variant.

Both cards feature and offer best of the best. In fact, the two chips present a 16 GB of HBC RAM, 64 compute units, 4096 stream processors, and a memory bandwidth of 483 GB. Aside from that, both cards also promise of 13.1 TFLOPS of peak single-precision and 26.2 TFLOPS of peak double-precision compute performance. In addition to that, the graphics cards also feature three DisplayPort 1.4 HBR3 or HDR ports, and a separate HDMI port.

The final focus clock speed for both cards was not announced, PCWorld reported. However, knowing what the fans do with the teraflops performance and hardware details of AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, it will likely peak around 1,600MHz. In fact, neither card has overclocked and the listings give us a core clock speed.

As of now, released date is not yet discussed and even an estimated ship date for the cards is not mentioned by AMD. According to a complete review and comparison with its rival graphics cards, both air-cooled and water-cooled versions are really worth the workstation offerings. It is also said that the new cards are more suited to machine intelligence, extensive learning, as well as high-end game development than just for gaming.

“Consumer RX will be much better optimized for all the top gaming titles and flavors of RX Vega will actually be faster than Frontier version!” Radeon executive Raja Koduri said during a Reddit AMA. This simply means that a higher core clock could strain the 300W maximum thermal design power of the air-cooled version.


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