Boy AMD just can't control the hype surrounding its RX series. Just before the launch tonight, the pricing of both the Radeon RX Vega 56 and the Radeon RX Vega 64 have leaked online, with the standard variant of the former starting at $399.
A little info regarding RX 56, it will reportedly have 56 Compute cores, 3548 Stream Processors and a TDP of 300W. It is based on the Vega 10 XL architecture and will supposedly compete with GTX 1070. It is expected to retail for around $399.
Next up we have three variants of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64. RX Vega 64 XT Air will have 64 Compute Cores and 4096 Stream Processors with a TDP of 300W. Its base clock will be 1247 MHz and boost clock will be 1546 MHz. This standard variant will retail for $499. There is also a limited edition Radeon RX Vega 64 Air GPU which will have the same TDP but a higher price tag at $549, this is due to a limited edition metallic exoskeleton topped with a brushed aluminum surface.
Finally, we have the AMD Radeon RX 64 Liquid which will also have a limited edition GPU. The TDP is higher at 375W which is due to increase in base clock which now operates at 1406 MHz and boost clock runs at 1677 MHz. They will be priced at $649 and $699 respectively.
What are your thoughts regarding the leaked pricing? Are they up to your expectations or AMD will go with a different approach? Let us know!
Credit to darknatexs for the spot.