AMD Vega 64 feature full Vega 10 and the first custom version that we know of right now is from Asus. According to reports, AMD has given AIB partners freedom to do what they want with the technology involving the AMD Vega 64 and this would not be the first time that we will see a dual GPU from Asus.
RX Vega 64 features 4096 stream processors and bundle pricing start at $499. Double that and you are looking at 8192 SPs and this GPU should cost a pretty penny. The Asus AMD Vega 64 dual graphics card should be able to provide 25 TeraFLOPS of computing performance and should have a TDP of 600W.
Do take this with a grain of salt as this has not been confirmed by Asus or AMD at the moment and we are still waiting for the official word from either company.
The dual RX Vega 64 should be able to compete with the Nvidia Titan XP and it will be interesting to see whether or not other companies release dual GPUs as well.
We also talked about the Asus Strix RX Vega 64 OC Edition that will be a 2.5 slot GPU and will come with after market custom cooling. The GPU features a 40% larger heat sink as compared to the reference design model. The GPU has a triple fan design with RGB functionality. The lights are Red out of the box but can be customized.
The Asus Strix RX Vega 64 OC Edition comes with an additional HDMI port for VR support and you can check out more information about the graphics card here. The dual AMD Vega 64 from Asus will only be available in limited quantities so stay tuned for more information.
Let us know what you think about the AMD Vega 64 and whether or not you are interested in buying a dual GPU version from Asus.