AMD has yet to release its latest Radeon RX 490 graphics card. According to the latest release, the AMD Radeon RX 490 will support virtual reality (VR) games, and 4K resolution.
The AMD Radeon RX 490 will be based on Vega 10 and will support Directx 12. The graphics card will be 256 bits wide. Added support for virtual reality (vr), which will help the AMD Radeon RX 490 compete more with the NVIDIA GTX 1080. A leaked picture has shown the contrast between AMD graphics and the NVIDIA GTX 1080. AMD also plans to achieve 4k resolution to enhance the virtual reality (VR) experience. However, AMD has not confirmed any specific situation so far.
The Radeon RX 490 will be powered by 8GB or 16GB of HBM2 onboard memory. The memory has a bandwidth of up to 512GB per second and 4,096 shader processors per 64 compute units. Based on digital trends, the graphics card will be able to provide half-precision performance of 24 TFLOPS and single-precision computing performance of 12 TFLOPS.
Vega 10 will take the experience to the next level. The Vega 10 and AMD Radeon RX 490 can have dual P10 and 16GB GDDR5 memory. The AMD Radeon RX 490 will feature 4,608 stream processors, twice the 2,304 stream processors on the RX 480. The thermal design power (TDP) of the AMD Radeon RX 490 will be 300W. The GPU will be based on a 14nm fin field effect transistor (FINFET).
AMD is expected to showcase the Radeon RX 490 at the "New Horizon" conference on December 13. However, AMD disappointed fans, and fans are now waiting for the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
There are rumors that AMD hopes to launch a new graphics card by the end of 2016, and the price range of the AMD Radeon RX 490 may be higher than the NVIDIA GTX 1080.
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