AMD Vega Frontier Edition Pictured In All Its Glory, Dual 8-pin Connectors Confirmed

AMD Vega Frontier Edition is the upcoming GPU based on the Vega architecture that has been announced by AMD. This is for the professional market and although the pricing has been leaked, the GPUs are yet to come out. We have not seen the GPU up close and personal until now. Here we have a close image of the AMD Vega Frontier Edition.

If you are interested in the pricing of the AMD Vega Frontier Edition GPUs then you can check it out here. The air cooled version of the GPUs are going for $1,199 while the liquid-cooled versions of the GPUs are going for $1,799. This might seem like a lot of money as compared to the gaming market but keep in mind that these are professional GPUs.

The Vega architecture is expected to disrupt the GPU market. Nvidia has had complete market domination when it comes to the high-end GPU market. AMD Vega is anticipated to give Nvidia a run for its money. We will see how well the AMD GPUs compete with the GTX 1080 and the 1080 Ti.

The features of the upcoming AMD Vega Frontier Edition GPUs are as follows:

  • Vega architecture
  • 25 TFLOPS Peak FP16 Compute Performance
  • 13 TFLOPS Peak FP32 Compute Performance
  • 16 GB High Bandwidth Cache
  • 64 Next-Gen Compute Units
  • 4096 Stream Processors

You can check out the AMD Vega professional GPU in all its glory in the picture below:

AMD Vega Frontier Edition

AMD has confirmed that the Vega architecture will be competitive with Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti as well as the Titan XP. This competition might be in the pricing department rather than performance. The GPU seen here seems to be what we found in the renderings. We are waiting for the gaming GPUs that will be coming out in August.

Let us know what you think about the image of the AMD Vega Frontier Edition that we have included here and whether or not you are interested in buying an AMD Vega GPU.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.