AMD Radeon Vega Architecture – First information surfaces via leaked word cloud image

AMD will officially preview its Radeon Vega Architecture this Thursday, however we just got the first information about it via a leaked image. This image comes from AMD’s official Vega website, meaning that it is as legit as it can get.

As we can see, VEGA will feature high bandwidth cache, will be 4X more efficient (our guess is compared to Fiji’s HBM1 as VEGA will take advantage of HBM2), will sport a high bandwidth cache controller, will feature a draw¬†stream binning rasterizer, will support Next Generation Computer Engine, and will offer 2X peak throughput per clock.

As said, AMD will preview its VEGA Architecture this Thursday, so stay tuned for more!

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