AMD Radeon RX Vega News: Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12 & Vega 20 Confirmed

AMD's complete list of the upcoming high-end Radeon RX Vega graphics cards has been revealed. The list consists of Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12 and Vega 20 GPUs. This leak comes courtesy of an official Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) registry that seems to be as authentic as leaks get and leaves no room for speculation.

The latest leak is the first official confirmation of the existence of Vega 11, Vega 12 and Vega 20 GPUs. As per the EEC registry, Vega 11 is a mid-range GPU that's expected to replace Polaris 10/20 and the AMD 580/570 graphics cards. However, the Vega 12 is a yet anonymous card, though the registry shows it being a professional board. It is speculated that this will be a mobile Vega part which will go into future MacBooks.

There is also Vega 20, which is going to be the highest end part from AMD's Vega family. This GPU will go into future Radeon Instinct accelerators and features 32GB of HBM2 memory. The graphics card is believed to boast fully unlocked double precision compute. This GPU is said to be very expensive and aimed at the growing AI and machine learning professional markets.

According to Videocardz, this is the first outline of Vega 11, a GPU that has been discussed a few weeks ago. It's a smaller Vega chip for mid-range segment. The EEC lists Vega 11 XT and Vega 11 PRO for AIBs, which essentially mean custom cards based on Vega 11. There's also an entry for FirePro card. While talking about Vega 1, there's also one entry with Vega 12 XT, a model listed as FirePro card.

Finally, the EEC list confirms rumored codenames for upcoming Radeon RX Vega lineup. The XTX variant will be released as a liquid-cooled card, but it will be available with air cooling. On the other hand, the XTX variant is having higher TDP than XT, according to the listing. The Vega 10 XL is the last variant listed and it is said to be the card for AIBs and OEMs.

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