AMD Fury Pro Vega 10 Could Bring The Heat On Nvidia
We heard rumors about an AMD GPU coming out that could blow the Nvidia high-end GPUs out of the water and it was speculated to be called the RX 490 but it turns out, that might not be the case. A clue has been found in the latest AMD Crimson driver which points towards a new entry, code name AMD7300.5. These products are not on sale so we can safely say that these are upcoming GPUs. The GPU is now being dubbed the AMD Fury Pro as speculated by the following list.
The RX 470D has just been released a while ago for the Chinese market but that was the Polaris architecture what we are talking about there is something next level. The new AMD Fury Pro will be based on Vega and will have the following specifications according to sources:
- 4096 Stream Processors
- 12 TFLOPS Compute performance
- 16GB HBM2 Memory
- 4096bit Memory Bus
- 512 GB/s Bandwidth
- 14nm process
Everything about the AMD Fury Pro is high-end. The stream processor count is double what you get on the RX 480. The TFLOPs are double that of the RX 480 as well and even more than the Titan XP. The memory is more than the Titan XP as well, 16GB as compared to 12GB.
And the memory is HBM2 so you can expect great performance as well. The 512 GB/s Bandwidth is unlike anything that I have ever heard of.
If this is what it seems then AMD could have Nvidia on the run and the Titan XP users will be regretting they made that purchase in the first place. But the huge question is whether or not this GPU will be coming out this year at all. We are still waiting for more information regarding the AMD Fury Pro so stay tuned for that.
What do you think about this AMD Fury Pro beast that could be coming out by the end of the year?