AMD RX Vega 10 Lineup Leaked Vega 11, 12 & 20 Confirmed
Joe Campbell / 2 years ago
AMD RX Vega 10 Lineup Leaked, Vega 11, 12 & 20 GPUs confirmed
The latest leaked features the entire lineup of AMD’s high-end Radeon Vega GPU chips. Even better, it also features the Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12 and Vega 20 variations.
Rumour or Reality?
These details were confirmed via an official EEC Registry. This is the first official confirmation and opens the doors to the speculations and rumours that have been around lately.
AMD Vega 10
The list confirms rumored codenames for the upcoming Radeon RX Vega lineup. The XL will be utilised primarily for OEM systems and will come with an air cooler. The XTX will come with liquid-cooling or an air cooled version and host a higher TDP than the XT, of which will come with an Air Cooler. These cards will be the most popular cards set out to compete with the high-end gaming cards from Nvidia.
AMD Vega 11 and 12
Firstly, the AMD Vega 11 is purposed as a mid-entry card and this is likely to be a replacement for the likes of the 480/580. Of course, these should fit in the lower price points. Vega 11 chips were originally intented to replace Polaris. However, this seems it may be subject to a change in plans. The list below details the different variants of the Vega 11 XT and Vega 11 PRO which basically means there are multiple custom variants of the chipset. Some are designed for AIBs, whilst others are OEM only. The single listed Vega 12 XT is listed as a FirePro card.
AMD Vega 20
The AMD Vega 20 is the top end part of the Vega family. Little is known about these cards as of yet, however we do know that they feature four HBM2 stacks, which unlocks 32GB capacity. Currently listed only as multiple variants of the Vega 20 GL in 16GB and 32GB editions. These are likely to demand a very high price and will be a professional grade card. More details on these cards will be listed as more information is released.
The information comes from a leak over at Videocardz which shows all the code names of the new GPUs. Of course, there’s a lot of information here, so read it carefully!