Another AMD Vega leak shows 4096 stream processors and 8GB memory

Posted on Saturday, Mar 11 2017 @ 18:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
A benchmark listing of an AMD Radeon RX Vega series video card showed up in the SiSoft database. The listing reveals a model that has 4096 stream processors (so likely 64 x 64 CUs) with 8GB HBM2 memory. So far there have been leaks of "687F:C3" and "687F:C1" Vega cards, it's unknown which is the fastest model.
SiSoft benchmark detected 64 Compute Units on 687F:C3 device (so not C1 like in the previous leak). This device has 8GB 2048-bit memory configuration, which means two HBM2 stacks, each 4GB and 1024-bit. When it comes to core clock (344 MHz) and L2 cache (16 kB), those are definitely wrong readings, so I wouldn’t pay attention to them.
The conclusion here is that Vega engineering samples are getting tested but it's not possible to draw any conclusions about how this card will stack up versus the NVIDIA GeForce lineup.

Vega in SiSoft

Source: VideoCardz

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