AMD is back to challenge Nvidia for high-end gaming PCs

AMD is finally unveiling its Radeon RX Vega family of GPUs today, designed to compete with Nvidia at the high end of gaming PCs. Its been years since AMD has truly competed at the top, and the last new flagship card, the Fury X, was released back in 2015. AMD’s Fury X was a reasonable competitor with its unique high-bandwidth memory (HBM), but Nvidia toppled it by releasing the powerful GTX 980 Ti. More than two years later, there’s now a gap in the market that’s been dominated by a standard combination of an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GTX 1080 grahics card. AMD wants to attack that gap on August 14th.

We’ve seen plenty of teases about the Vega architecture over the past year, but AMD is now revealing pricing and release dates…

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