AMD Releases Dedicated Cryptocurrency Mining Driver for Radeon RX Vega Graphics Cards

Written by Jon Sutton on Thu, Aug 17, 2017 2:05 PM

In a little indicator of GPU manufacturers’ new-found love of cryptocurrency miners, AMD has just released a new Radeon RX Vega graphics card driver dedicated to cryptocurrency mining.

The Radeon Software Crimson Relive Beta for Blockchain Compute does pretty exactly what it says on the tin, optimising Radeon GPU performance specifically towards Blockchain Compute Workloads, the lifeblood of cryptocurrency mining, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

AMD has said this driver is a beta level support driver and is considered ‘as is’. To that end, there are no plans from AMD for any further updates, upgrades or bug fixes for coin miners. This is a once and done drive update that gears AMD hardware toward the most efficient Blockchain Compute possible.

This driver is compatible with every AMD Radeon graphics card series from Radeon HD 770 upwards, including Radeon 200, Radeon 300, Radeon R9 Fury, Radeon RX 400 and Radeon RX 500 series graphics.

If you want to use your Radeon graphics card for graphics or gaming workloads then give this driver release a wide berth. You’ll be wanting the standard Radeon Crimson driver, the latest of which is 17.30.1051.

You can grab the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Beta for Blockchain Compute Workload from here.

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11:23 Aug-21-2017

I don't care for mining so its whatever to me xD

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17:39 Aug-20-2017

i gotta add that now some people think bad about amd, even if they just want the non gamer customers to be happy too.


when i see this i try to be fair and think what bad nvidia did to us. like selling overpriced gsync monitors claiming the g sync modul was important and expensive while it actually did nothing. Freesync screens start at 99€ here and gsync at 300
but there are also 4 times as much freesync screens aviable.


many people just like me too tend to forget

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17:44 Aug-20-2017

about these things rather quickly which is good. holding grudges is bad for ya stomach.


what i was trying to say is: this does not make things for us worse, miners gonna buy those cards anyway or not because they are neither energy efficient enough nor fast enough in mining to actually make it worth
as far as i know


2 gtx 1060 cost less and mine 25%faster while using less energy (ive only read that)

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15:30 Aug-20-2017

But...why?

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12:37 Aug-18-2017

Come on AMD, you were doing such a great job with polaris and ryzen... this is kinda a let down...

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08:41 Aug-19-2017

be patient, half the stuff with Vega isn't enabled yet, I'm not happy with the performance nor the power draw but the performance will improve

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09:46 Aug-19-2017

Why is the stuff disabled in the first place?

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12:38 Aug-19-2017

to get a product out the door as soon as possible, full list of disabled stuff;
draw stream binning (tile based rasterization, how Maxwell has much higher performance per watt than Kepler), delta color compression (beyond what Fiji level), primitive shaders, primitive triangle discard (Polaris level feature), advanced clock gating, and adaptive voltage and frequency scaling (together are an intelligent way of addressing required power utilization)

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12:47 Aug-19-2017

In fact i still think the performance will improve a lot, as further updates will show up. Btw i'm afraid that miners will quickly end the stock up with this drivers. Only time will give me answers and i already waited many for vega (but it was better for them not to rush the lainch)

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00:31 Aug-20-2017

But with such a high TDP... i don't know. Plus they released it a year and a half later.

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01:35 Aug-20-2017

I really don't agree with it being 18 months late, nobody launches two architectures the same year for the same application (except Intel). We are seeing big(ish) Vega right now, the Polaris replacement (Vega 11) is coming next year, if Vega was going to launch last year (with small Vega), there would have been no Polaris, Vega isn't a scaled up Polaris either, at least by the arch it isn't, present performance says otherwise

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01:53 Aug-20-2017

I understand that. However, for now i still have my doubts.

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02:04 Aug-20-2017

that's ok, I have my doubts too, it just seems even more of what GCN is about; which is general purpose compute rather than gaming performance while being very memory bandwidth dependent and uses a ton of power more you clock it with a large die area with stuff not for gaming, it doesn't seem like it is meant to game as it is now. It's more of the same, I miss Terascale

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08:21 Aug-18-2017

AMD, you're a disappointment when it comes to GPUs... why do you still try?


Now you're making it good for miners.

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09:11 Aug-18-2017

Because giving whole GPU market to Nvidia is sure going to make everyone happy.
Also disappointment to GPUs? If you disregard everything but the past 2 - 3 years, than maybe you have a weak argument. But only maybe.

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09:45 Aug-19-2017

I didn't disregard everything. I said AMD is a disappoint now with VEGA. I didn't say giving the whole GPU market to Nvidia is a good thing. Why do they still try to aim for the high end GPU market when they come out a year and a half late with a much higher TDP and can barely beat out the GTX 1080 when they promised us that it'll perform better?

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14:04 Aug-19-2017

Imagin if volta would release next month
Vega would totally be mid range

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00:31 Aug-20-2017

At the price of a high end. What's your point?

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01:38 Aug-20-2017

if it can pin a 1080P ultrawide at 144HZ in most games or at least break 100 FPS in others, I don't care, it'll last me 2 years and I can use the card for GPU accelerated programming workloads like AI

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01:54 Aug-20-2017

That's fine for people like you.

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02:10 Aug-18-2017

funny twist, in the deals from Ebay next to the article, there is a lot of 6 sealed R9 280X mining cards for sale for $999

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23:26 Aug-17-2017

We should remember that this is a one shot driver project that will not be further developed. Besides, let's be fair, miners are customers and deserve a tweak for their equipment to better perform regardless of it's use. Personally, I think that AMD is doing the right thing. Maybe the Vega line should get a driver for any miners crazy enough to use one; put the rapid math capability to use. This won't be a popular opinion, but what's fair isn't always popular.

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23:35 Aug-17-2017

Couldn't agree more with r comment mate.. well said..

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13:27 Aug-18-2017

The bad move is that this will give all the cards to miners instead of gamers, cause u need way more than one to mine and the stock ends up fast, increasing the price of the few remained. This would let gamers down, just look at what happened with rx 480s. It would be better to make cards specifically for mining imo.

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03:53 Aug-19-2017

I totally agree with you that it does have a negative effect on gamers, but we're not the only market that AMD needs to tap in order to prosper. I, for one, am an excellent example of how the mining craze has completely hurt gamers since I had finally put aside enough funds for Saphire RX 580. Of course, b the time I was ready to purchase the inventory at MRSP ran out and the price inflated. despite my anger I still can't fault AMD for taking care of a new customer base.

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08:36 Aug-19-2017

They shouldn't take care of other costumers, they MUST. the fact is: how? Dedicated hardware, not the gaming one

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03:41 Aug-19-2017

I see your point but I disagree, I see mining as something shady/illegal, a company shouldn't optimize their product for an audience like that. But if I were AMD I would do the same for the cash. I don't think it is fair towards gamers.

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03:58 Aug-19-2017

Well, it definately sucked for me when i was about to purchase a new GPU lol. Like everyone else I have to wait till prices normalize again, so my gaming plans for the next six moths have been wrecked. Still, AMD is a business and I'm glad to see them taking care of their new customer base. That doesn't mean I like miners a Hell of a whole lot though >:(
I reeeaaaallllyy wanted to be playing DOOM by now.

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22:20 Aug-17-2017

A sad news for gamers, but AMD is no less of a corporation than Intel or nVidia are. And of course they will take advantage of mining situation. It is happening regardless of them supporting it or not. Unless they introduce sabotage for it, miners won't just disappear. It is just the nature of the beast.

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22:22 Aug-17-2017

So on one hand, I do get them. But it is kind of sad to see them working for market, which couldn't care less about who they get GPU from, as long as hash rates are great. Gamers also need some love and AMD has plenty of gaming updates to do on their drivers, since in some games, they leave a lot to be desired.

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22:24 Aug-17-2017

Instead they did decide to not do gaming related fixes, they went for miner fixes. But then again, good gaming drivers was never AMDs strong suit. They were always more of brute force guy, while nVidia is more of getting more from less. And I must admit I kind of lean more towards liking what nVidia does.

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22:27 Aug-17-2017

Still, I love AMD for budget friendly solutions, cheap FreeSync, without requiring sacrifice of at least a hand and both legs. I just wish they gave more attention to drivers and bringing up performance in a lot more games as they do. Even Radeon settings don't recognize half of my games. Experience does all.

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20:37 Aug-17-2017

I want to hear an AMD fanboy defend this move. Lets hear it

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20:45 Aug-17-2017

I really am an amd fanboy. Or am i just a rebell. I hate to get what everyone praises. Like samsung or apple smartphones. I dislike nvidia cards for all the evil corp stuff they did. Most people say green that makes me say red


But hell nah i dont see a way how i could defend that. But it may be a clever move to gain market share and they need money or navi comes in 5 years lol but its absolutly not what i want to hear

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23:48 Aug-17-2017

Defend them what for? After all, they're a corporation as every other in the market is, and they work for people buying their products. Gamers or not. Trying to act like miners don't exist is going to lose them a significant percent of their sales, and AMD needs sales more than Intel and Nvidia combined. Dozens time more.

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23:49 Aug-17-2017

Even though I'm not fond of the miners, as I'm pretty sure no gamer is, they're after all still customers.

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09:11 Aug-18-2017

Or maybe it means people disagree?

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15:50 Aug-18-2017

Disagree with what? I did not make a statement. I made a request to which I have received only one true response to and several down votes without replies. Even that one answer to the request wasn't a real answer. It was more like a rant. Seems quite a shame to see intelligent discussion avoided just because people get butt hurt by the question asked. I made no statement. Just a question asked. I wanted to hear the AMD fanboys defend this move by AMD. That is not a statement but a request. Are people really that illiterate now days, or are they just too use to their safe space? derp...

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14:22 Aug-19-2017

Everyone say Nvidia is better in gaming, well AMD is better in mining why to not support it? Nvidia takes money from gamers, AMD from miners it's all business

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14:24 Aug-19-2017

And sorry for my bad english

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14:59 Aug-19-2017

That is a fair statement, and your English is fine, but typically the AMD zealots are gamers not miners. So how can a gamer that is loyal to AMD defend this move? This will reduce the number of cards available to gamers that are already at extremely low availability levels. So how is this good for the gamers that defend AMD at all times? That is what I am trying to find out. How can they (the AMD fanboys) think this is okay when it prevents them from buying the products that they love so much? Why didn't AMD release two different GPUs that were specifically developed for the two markets

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15:54 Aug-19-2017

Then you're asking wrong people. Fanboys of any brand are idiots. They don't care about the product, they only care about the brand of that product, and that brand can't do anything wrong in their eyes.
Their brand is the best and others are bad. It's simple as that.
If you want proper opinion and actual discussions about any product, never adress the fanboys.

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15:58 Aug-19-2017

Now don't get me wrong. Having preferences is completely fine. I prefer AMD over Intel and Nvidia, but I won't insult their products based only on the logo they have.
I buy what is the best for my money and what I currently need, regardless of the name they carry.

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17:06 Aug-19-2017

Two very good replies. Thank you. I am just a little confused because this move will actually cause the price of AMD GPUs to increase due to low volumes of product and high demand by miners. I just wish that the people that are so brand loyal would think objectively for a change, and I was trying to start that debate. However instead of that debate I got down votes and the sound of crickets except for you and Nex7Game. I appreciate your unbiased replies.

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18:32 Aug-17-2017

Why wouldn't AMD play to the strength of their product? After all they are a big company trying to make money just like Intel and Nvidia. It's not as if the money men are going to see the rx400/rx500 series as a failure because a lot of the stock was sold to miners. They have come in late with Vega and need to see some return on the no doubt massive investment before Nvidia release a mid range card with similar performance to Vega and they have to slash prices to stay competitive.

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16:45 Aug-20-2017

'before Nvidia ... similar performance to Vega' - what ? They released it last year - the GTX 1070 and 1080. Unless you're talking about mining performance rather than gaming performance ?

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20:28 Aug-20-2017

The 1070 and 1080 are high end cards at the same MSRP as Vega (Apparently), Nvidia's next gen mid range offering 1160 or whatever will most likely beat Vega at a lower price and force AMD to slash Vega pricing. If Vega had released a year back they would have had a year to sell them at premium price. As it stands though Nvidia can drop Volta pretty much whenever they feel like instantly making Vega irrelevant at it's current price point. From what I've read they aren't making much on Vega56 as it is and would probably be forced to sell them at a loss.

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10:29 Aug-21-2017

Ooops. I think I completely missed the 'mid-range' part of that statement. My bad. Apologies. Totally agree.

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17:38 Aug-17-2017

wow this is unexpected and disappointing for gamers :/


This move speaks volume about amd.

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16:54 Aug-17-2017

As much as I don't like it, I understand it. Mining is good business because it's a chaotic market. AMD sells the mining power, some random factors decide it's value after being mined, and the power itself stays the same. I hate cryptocurrencies but let's be real.... this has no effect on the gaming community. For the majority of gamers, the price range is up to 400 dollars for a GPU (RX 580,NVidia 1050). I say let them focus on Vega for mining for now and let the prices of mainstream gaming rigs go down.
Remember that Vega, like 1070+ is enthusiast market. People that really want it (no food but a spaceship PC) and rich people.

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18:01 Aug-17-2017

Let the mining business go to waste or at least take a detour around the mainstream GPU, decrease the value by increasing the supply. As long as people start buying Vega for mining and not RX 580, I'm content, Vega is too steep for my student jobs blood. So far, Vega is not optimized for games, as seen in some benchmarks.
You downvote me because you fail to understand that long term this is good for gamers since a major majority is not Vega/1070+ capable, and the AMD mainstream cards (like 580, 480) are being used for mining because of the performance.

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18:04 Aug-17-2017

This is literally a diversion so that the 500 series can restock. Let miners buy Vega until the announced mining GPU is released, gamers buy 580 which is perfectly suited for highest settings on Full HD, 60 fps in 90% of games, decrease the prices of such cards and resupply the market with them. Think ahead!

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18:44 Aug-17-2017

But can we say for sure that Vega is better at mining than RX 5xx/4xx ? Because I remember reading that Vega was hyped as being incredible at mining but it fell short of the hype created / expected results.

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20:06 Aug-17-2017

I don't know. It was just released. I'm pretty sure updates for game/mining are in progress both from the dev's side and AMD's side

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23:53 Aug-17-2017

It is better at mining than 480 and 580 are, especially now with dedicated drivers.
How much better and how useful it's purchase over 580 or 480 is, that I do not know.
I believe it's around 20 to 30% better at mining than 580 currently is.

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14:40 Aug-17-2017

Uh oh AMD, prepare for the backlash...

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14:34 Aug-17-2017

Didn't expect this from AMD... They basically realized Vega can't quite compete with Pascal in terms of gaming (same price, high TDP, 1 year late) and instead of trying to optimize the drivers for gamers, they're gonna sell vega to miners just to earn more money.

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00:04 Aug-18-2017

But can you really blame them ? Yeah it's a ****ty move, that I guess we both agree on that, but they're an underdog fighting 2 massive companies on 2 different fronts. They almost went bankrupt before the release of Ryzen CPU's, and if they were to fail, they'd be in some serious problems. They need money, and currently, miners can provide them with what they need.
Simple business I guess.

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07:36 Aug-18-2017

You have a point, the thing is if AMD really needs money they shouldve just realeased maybe 1 or 2 vega cards dedicated to miners. I mean lets be honest Vega 56 and 64 were clearly meant for gamers but as soon as they realized it wouldnt work out they basically said "screw you" to gamers and sold it to miners. I mean that's the way I see it. It just encourages miners and makes the situtation worse

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09:18 Aug-18-2017

It's a one off driver dedicated to mining. I don't see it as screwing off gamers.
Also the reception of the card shows that gamers are not really pleased with it, and 90% of the cards, even though marketed to gamers, went to the miners who bought off most of the stock as soon as it wen't live.
Whether we like it or not, miners are still customers.

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13:02 Aug-18-2017

Well I'm only an average person and that was just my speculation. But I'm sure there are better things AMD could've done here, like for example focus on optimizing the gaming drivers instead. But yeah I hate miners. I mean the ones that use their graphics card for gaming and some mining are fine, but the ones that buy like 15 of them are just screwing over the market.

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14:25 Aug-17-2017

Sooo, am I the only one who thinks vega is just a failure for gamers?
High price tag (close to team green)
Same performance as team green
High TDP


I thought they would release anti-mining drivers so that these cards would be more focused for gamers, but tbh, now it's attractive to miners, which is great for the pockets of AMD

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15:25 Aug-17-2017

before reading this article, i was watching a video by linus tech tips, in which he said that the thing to prevent miners from buying vega, was the discount given with a bundle that contained a vega card, a freesync monitor and a ryzen cpu. the discount was about 100$, and ofc was meant for gamers.


then i read this

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15:52 Aug-17-2017

just because they get you to spent more than twice the money to get a (to be honest awesomee 900€ screen) screen that at least i dont need.
saving 100 bucks means nothing if i have to spend 1500 instead of 600

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16:14 Aug-17-2017

i agree with that, i was just saying that in that video the mining one was the "excuse" to that bundle and that discount. after this driver release i still think that AMD did a wrong step towards the gaming community. that's a pity cause i really supoprted them after polaris and ryzen.

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16:31 Aug-17-2017

i was extreme salty when i found out that even though they did not say beforhand they delayed the vega 56 2 weeks.


telling everyone we release vega on 14th and then oh we forgot to tell the cheaper vega 56, that is more likely to get high sales(sweetspot gpu price they call it even though a few years back it was more like 150-200€), wont come out till end of august. Like we did not already waited long enough?


now it made me reconsider what i wanna spend my money on

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16:35 Aug-17-2017

so i now will get some new furniture and a new desk and tv board and a new chair.
upgrading is not that much needed anyway so i wait till it does not work anymore :D


in the end i only spend like 200-300 euros instead of 400-800 -.-" thats a lot less
money thats stays in the jar and i could blast off for drugsfood or stuff in my holidays in Japan :D new teePOT :P

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16:42 Aug-17-2017

that's too right. it was a let down this time... They were doing too many good things lately, i've always been an intel-nvidia guy, but after the latest amd moves i decided to go for rx 480 / ryzen (then sold rx for gtx 1070 cause i didn't wanna wait vega...), and after this they decide to give their cards to miners...

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16:43 Aug-17-2017

woahh! that's nice!!! have a great time in japan mate!! :)

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18:00 Aug-17-2017

@Tacese - with Radeon Packs - you're saving $420 as per AMD, not $100 as you say. That $420 includes two, $60 (at launch) AAA games, $100 off of a Ryzen 7 CPU and motherboard combo, and $200 off of a FreeSync enabled monitor.

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14:24 Aug-17-2017

here is your amd guys. as soon as they got to the point where they can earn money with bad sport, they just did it! i guess you get how world works now ;)

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23:57 Aug-17-2017

They're playing their strengths, I respect that. Do I like it? Not really that much.
But at least they have the guts to do it openly instead of dealing in under the desk, the way Intel prefers to do their business.
I respect that as well.

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00:58 Aug-18-2017

AMD's open way that is.

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14:23 Aug-17-2017

Let amd got money from minner. So they can really competitive with Nvidia. Vega not good enough to destroy pascal for gamer

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14:35 Aug-17-2017

i am sorry but it is not how you earn money :) there are special processors for mining so i think that a NORMAL GPU manufacturing company should actually somehow make it impossible to mine with gaming cards! sell gaming cards to gamers, sell mining cards to miners!

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16:08 Aug-17-2017

ur talking about ASICs, bitcoin is now mined using ASICs. However, Ehtereum was specifically designed to be ASIC-resistant.

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14:40 Aug-17-2017

What!!?

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14:18 Aug-17-2017

such a weird change of heart in a very short time!!

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22:20 Aug-17-2017

It's not a change of heart in my opinion, it is just that they want to earn money in any way possible like all companies.

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14:08 Aug-17-2017

So AMD is now encouraging miners to buy Vega GPUs...? What the hell?

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14:23 Aug-17-2017

And the higher price tag, it's like OnePlus took AMD over :o

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14:08 Aug-17-2017

wtf? you really want gamers not to buy graphics cards anymore...

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