This April, AMD is expected to release the somewhat new AMD Radeon RX 500 Series graphics cards. And because these PC peripherals are still based on the current Polaris GPU hardware, PC enthusiasts and gamers are not really that excited about it. What they are waiting for is the upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega series that has long been rumored to be released this year. Now, a new report seems to suggest that the new GPU architecture will be officially release sometime in June.
According to WCCFTECH, AMD could be unveiling the much awaited line of graphics cards during this year’s Computex event in Taiwan. The said event will take place between May 30 and June 3. It was rumored earlier that the company will take part in the said event. Furthermore, the Vega architecture will take center stage.
Meanwhile, last week, it was reported that the current Linux driver for the AMD graphics cards somewhat leaked a few information about the AMD Radeon RX Vega. According to the said leak, there will be a total of seven graphics cards in the whole lineup. Although the leak did not specifically say what cards are exactly in the lineup, rumors have it that there will be three consumer products on the new architecture.
In addition to this, there are also talks that the upcoming graphics cards from AMD will either have 8GB or 4GB of HBM2 on-board memory. To be honest, this particular news is not that surprising at all. Since it has been reported on many occasions that the Vega architecture uses the said memory technology.
Unfortunately, there are no ways of confirming the release rumors and memory configurations of the AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. However, since the Polaris update will be released next month, the aforementioned graphics cards might get their respective release sometime soon. But until then, all that can be done right now is wait for AMD to make the official announcement. For more updates on the AMD Radeon RX Vega, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.