New video details AMD’s Vega next-generation GPU architecture

AMD has released a new video, detailing the next-gen architecture of Vega. This has been a five year journey for AMD and Vega features according to the red team the world’s most scalable GPU memory architecture.

Vega features high-bandwidth cache, high-bandwidth cache controller, new programmable geometry pipeline, and next-generation pixel engine.

AMD’s Vega 10 high-end GPU is currently planned for release in the first half of 2017 and according to early reports, it will be as powerful as NVIDIA’s GTX1080.


Vega: AMD’s Next Generation GPU Architecture

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