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ASRock has launched their RX Vega series of Phantom Gaming X Graphics cards

Did ASRock really just release reference RX Vega GPUs under their Gaming X brand?

ASRock has launched their RX Vega series of Phantom Gaming Graphics cards

ASRock has launched their RX Vega series of Phantom Gaming Graphics cards

When ASRock released their Phantom Gaming series of graphics cards, gamers were disappointed at ASRock's lack of high-end RX Vega series offerings, leaving them with a GPU lineup that exclusively used AMD's last-generation Polaris architecture. 

Today ASRock has launched their new RX Vega Phantom Gaming X series of graphics cards, delivering RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64-powered variants, though sadly these graphics cards appear to be nothing more than a re-release of AMD's reference RX Vega series of graphics cards. 

Looking at the specifications of ASRock's RX Vega 56 and 64 GPUs we can confirm that the company are also using AMD's reference clock speeds, with both graphics cards taking in power from two 8-pin PCIe power cables. This similarity makes it seem unlikely that ASRock has made any functional changes over AMD's reference models, with the primary difference being limited to aesthetics.  

  

 RX Vega 56 Phanom Gaming XRX Vega 64 Phantom Gaming X
GPU ArchitectureVegaVega
Processing cores40964096
Core Base Clock1156MHz1247MHz
Core Boost Clock1471MHz1546MHz
Memory8GB of HBM28GB of HBM2
Memory Clock 800MHz945MHz

 

ASRock has launched their RX Vega series of Phantom Gaming Graphics cards  
ASRock graphics cards are set to enter the European market this month, giving PC builders the opportunity to try out a new GPU brand and inject a little more competition into the GPU market. 

You can join the discussion on ASRock's RX Vega series of Phantom Gaming X graphics cards on the OC3D Forums

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03-07-2018, 10:09:36

The_Governour
What a waste of a launch....Quote

03-07-2018, 11:33:59

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
What a waste of a launch....
Not necessarily. These will be great for those who want to put Vega underwater IF they can be found at MSRPQuote
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