|Memory Speed||1890 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon R9 Nano|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
Sapphire Radeon RX VEGA 64 8GB HBM2 HDMI / TRIPLE DP PCI-E Graphics Card 21275-02-20G
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- 2048-bit Memory Bus; HBM2 Memory Type
- Output: 1 x HDMI, 3 x DisplayPort
- Displays: Maximum 4 Outputs
- Operating system - Windows 10,Windows 7
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|Device Type||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon R9 Nano||Radeon Pro Duo||—||Radeon RX 480||Radeon R9 Fury X|
|Graphics Card Ram||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||DDR5 SDRAM||GDDR5||GDDR5||DRAM||DDR5 SDRAM|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||installation cd, manual||ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING Graphics card, warranty, support DVD, User guide||Video Card, driver cd, quick install guide||installation CD, manual||installation CD, manual|
|Item Dimensions||14.25 x 2.75 x 8.5 in||12 x 2.1 x 5.5 in||10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 in||12.75 x 2.75 x 8.5 in||17 x 3.5 x 9 in|
|Memory Bus Width||2,048 bits||2,048 bits||256 bits||256 bits||2,048 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,890 MHz||1,590 MHz||1,386 MHz||1,750 MHz||1,600 MHz|
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Vega is a major evolution of the Radeon graphics architecture, with innovations across multiple core fronts of the silicon. New GPUs feature a High Bandwidth Cache and memory controllers remove the capacity limitations of traditional GPU memory. Thanks to automatic, fine-grained memory movement controlled by the high-bandwidth cache controller, new architecture enables access to much larger, more detailed assets. Vega GPU utilizes HBM2, the latest in graphics memory technology, to provide incredible levels of power efficiency and memory performance. RTG engineers also equipped Vega chips with Next-Gen Compute units. This translates to higher possible clock speeds, better throughput and double the peak polygon per clock handled by the engine (vs R9 Fury X). The Pixel Engine also received a Next-Gen makeover, boosting the shading performance especially vital for gaming. Significant advancements were made to the geometry engine as well.
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My monitor is free sync enabled so I would definitely recommend if you are buying this card, to get its full usage, to make sure you are using it with a free sync monitor.
If you can get this from amazon for the originally stated price tag of 499.99 I would highly recommend doing so.
The extra performance headroom in the card will allow me to upgrade to a high refresh-rate FreeSync 2 monitor OR an ultra-wide 3440x1440 monitor.
I was luckily to get the card at $599 before the price increases, so the performance/cost proposition was OK for me.
The card can be noisy, like its predecessor. It also generates a lot of heat, though this currently a benefit for me, since its winter here.
I purchased two of these cards. Initially my pc worked just fine with these two cards. Although I was never convinced that they properly worked with AMD Crossfire (Allows two graphics cards to be used... like SLI with NVIDIA). I wish I would've never bought these cards now. I couldve bought any of the 1080Ti cards from the competitors. Unfortunately these cards have been nothing but a headache. Everything will be seemingly running fine, and then I get a system hang symptom, simultaneous to this event is a massive spike of power to the card (indicated by the cards lights all being lit up). After this system hang / power spike event, the screen returns, and the computer is functional as it was before, however all 3D applications are critically disrupted, including something as simple as a video player.
These cards were an absolute mistake. It was a rookie move for me to give AMD a big chance like this. As a full time student, I dropped more than I really shouldve on these products, and was ultimately burned. Honest, experienced opinion now is to avoid these cards. I underestimated the heat the cards generate as well. Although my build catered to the most extreme componentry, these cards still got so hot. Accidently touched the burner on the stove because you didn't know it was just used type of hot...
1st Review (Initial Post)
I will be updating this review as I go.
First problem. The manual included with this card suggests a driver CD should have been included. Which it did not. Save the ink, and remove that line from the manual if you are not going to include what the package says it should include.
Let's start pricing, it's definitely a big problem, and made it unfair for a lot of gamers, anyhow, I was able to snatch two of these bad boyz for the price of 599 back in Sep. 2017. And for that price? I'm happy to say I'm satisfied with my purchase! :)
Going in a little more in details. The drivers!! I can just go on and on talking about the nightmares I had, I can type for days..
It was horrible, all kinds of weird stuff, system hangs, flickering, stuttering, crashes, screen glitches, ReLive glitches in videos, ReLive causing the frames to drop like a B***H. As I said, I can just talk non-stop about how horrible the drivers *were*.
Because thankfully, things are getting MUCH better. For almost 3 months, at least for me, the cards were practically unusable. And I'm speaking without CrossFireX, that's just a whole other story altogether. But again, thankfully, AMD has been working really really hard on their Drivers, we've seen A LOT of updates, and with each update, they address many of the known issues and bugs and fix a lot of them, along with optimization for many popular games.
Now onto my specific case:
a Z97 gaming 7 from MSI
16GB of Vengeance 1600MHz RAM
H110i GTX Liquid Cooler
- I've had my CPU overclocked to 4.6GHz since the day I bought in mid 2014, and it's just been very great, I've ran it with the 270X, and the RX 480 later, until I've got those two Vega 64s. Things started getting outta control.
For the first 3 weeks of having the cards, I just started my testing with one card, and literally couldn't get 5 minutes of computer time, whether it was gaming, browsing, idling, chatting, youtubing, absolutely nothing that consumes %1 of gpu power would run without a Graphics Driver crash. It was one of the most disturbing 3 weeks I've lived in my life, all kinds of thoughts ran through my had, just burning the cards in fire, selling them for whatever they get, was just so disappointed and desperate.
I didn't leave a single option for a solution, tried literally everything, just crashes everywhere and all the time.
Then after 3 weeks, I was scratching my head, and thought... Could it be my overclock? No, there is no way.. that's been going on for the longest time.. it's never caused me a single problem!! (mind you, power is not a problem, cause I was only doing my testing with one card, and I know for a fact, my CPU overclocked doesn't even reach 200-250watts), so it just never even crossed my mind that it could be the overclock causing me all this trouble all along.
I remove the overclock. And boom!! The card just WORKED. I opened up GTA 5, ran it for like 4 hours, no crashes whatsoever.
But there lied my issue, there is no point of using those cards with my CPU without an overclock, because even one card, bottlenecks the living transistors out of my processor. But I just had to live with that, and that's the reason why I waited (6 months? - I received those cards back in Oct. 2017), yeah almost 5-6 months, until I written my review.
Because finally, after the latest driver update, code name Adrenalin, it's just SOOOOOOOO stable!!
And to be completely honest, I almost lost hope at a point, wanted to sell the cards for CryptoMiners so bad, I was just so pissed, and honestly, could have never recommended the cards even at MSRP, because they were just unusable.
But fortunately, again, that changed after this latest update!! it's just a blessing, I'm so happy with those two puppies in my system. They look gorgeous!
Finally, I can go back to praising AMD, after being so pissed off at them, they finally got their s**t back together, I had hope, I believed in them, and I'm really really happy they didn't disappoint me. (at least not completely anyway :X).
Let me talk a little about performance and FPS while the pics upload.
Without the overclock on my CPU, it's the worst experience ever, don't even bother getting close to those cards (if you can find any of course, I'm speaking for a perfect world). The Frames would be capped in every game, and the stuttering caused of that just makes the experience cancerous.
Even in the video I attached, the I'm playing BF3, in duplicate screen just for the heck of it (I dunno if that affects performance), I was still capped by my CPU, the CPU is maxed out %100 @4.7GHz, and the GPU (still using only one, no CrossFireX) is running at 85-90% (opposed to 55-60% without the OC).
GTA 5, without the OC, I could give any of you $100 if you can play the game for 10 minutes without puking, completely unplayable. But now!! Hahahaa! :DDD You even seen a newborn baby's b**t?? it's that smooth! Frames go up to 130FPS (Ultra, but optimum known settings for GTA5), and I can never witness the frames going under 60FPS, mind you, I just care for the smoothness of the experience, 60 or 200 FPS, I'm happy as long as there isn't frame drops and stutters, and I finally got that! :)
If you wanna hear more and see more of Vega 64, go to my channel on YT "iBoolGuy", or go to a channel called "Matt B". That dude is great! :)