AMD is extremely close to releasing their new family of flagship graphics cards, but as expected coming up to the launch Radeon RX Vega 56 and Vega 64 images leaked online as well as a mystery dead GPU found inside the box.
As we move closer to the launch of AMD’s RX Vega 56 and 64 reviewers across the globe are patiently waiting for the new GPU to arrive at their homes so they throw it into their test benches and review the card. Luckily for us the kind people at TechGage have already posted some pictures showing off the new card, these were quickly removed but not quickly enough for someone else to save them beforehand.
RX Vega 64 requires two 8+8-pin PCIe power connectors for a TDP of 295W. The PCIe connectors are also accompanied by the aesthetically pleasing LEDs which are available to change between red and blue.
In the above image we can see the dead Vega GPU, a cool little souvenir AMD is including within their Vega packaging. This is not the first time AMD has done this, as last year they included a defunct Fiji GPU inside of their Radeon Pro Duo package.