Red Devil Vega 64 And Vega 56: Here Is What You Need To Know
Red Devil Vega 64 And Vega 56 graphics cards have been revealed. These cards have been a long time in the making but finally, the wait is over. We talked about the Gigabyte Vega 64 and the Asus versions as well. Asus is also working on a custom Vega 56, that will be coming out soon. Here we are going to take a look at the Red Devil Vega 64 And Vega 56.
The Red Devil Vega 64 features a beastly cooler with triple fans. This should provide ample cooling as compared to the reference design blower fan. As you would expect, both are VR ready and come with dual HDMI ports so you won’t have a problem plugging in your VR headset. You will need two 8-pin power connectors in order to power this graphics card.
Both the graphics cards feature the same cooler and have the same TDP, both cards are recommended to be paired with a 750W power supply. The Red Devil Vega 64 features 4096 stream processors and the 56 comes with 3584 stream processors. The frequency of the Red Devil Vega 64 is 1607 MHz while the Red Devil Vega 56 has a frequency of 1526 MHz.
The memory frequency for the Red Devil Vega 64 is 945 MHz and the memory frequency for the Red Devil Vega 56 is 800 MHz. You can check out the graphics card below:
We will have to see how well these graphics cards perform as compared to the reference design AMD Vega cards in order to see how well they perform. Remember that the Asus version of the graphics card only had a minor boost in performance and that was due to better thermals so that could be the case here as well.
Let us know what you think about the Red Devil Vega 64 and 56 graphics cards and whether or not you are interested in getting a custom AMD Vega graphics card.