AMD Vega 64 graphics cards have been short in the market and that gave Nvidia the chance to release the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti as well the Titan Xp Star Wars Collector’s Edition. That was then, this is now. New shipments of AMD Vega 64 graphics cards have reached retailers and the cards are available for purchase as of writing this article. We have AMD Vega 64 graphics cards from Biostar.
These are reference design models so nothing fancy here. If you are interested in checking out the custom AMD Vega graphics cards then be sure to check out the models from XFX, Asus, Gigabyte and Power Color. There are two reference models that you can buy. One is the blower style version that we are used to seeing and the other is the liquid cooled edition.
The liquid-cooled version is the same as before and basically, just has a Biostar sticker slapped on top. Other specs are pretty much the same. The AMD Vega 64 features 8 GB of HBM2, support for AMD Radeon Chill and ReLive Technology. For display, you have the triple display port and an HDMI output and the graphics card uses the PCI Express 3.0 x16 bus interface.
Other features that the AMD Vega 64 supports are Radeon Freesync, Eyefinity, DirectX 12, Vulkan, AMD XConnect and Virtual Super Resolution. You can check out the graphics cards below:
We also got some insight regarding the upcoming products from AMD and the supply of AMD Vega graphics cards. You should also check out our graphics card buyers guide if you are in the market for a new graphics card and want to see the change in pricing.
Let us know what you think about these AMD Vega 64 graphics cards from Biostar and whether or not you are interested in buying one of these graphics cards now that the supply issue has been resolved.