As we are getting close to the launch of AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX Vega graphics cards, we are seeing more leaks about it. Now a new leak revealed a Vega 10 GPU with 687F:C1 device ID with some details on its HBM2 speeds and GPU clocks.
This Vega 10 prototype being used and spotted on 3DMark’s Fire Strike database, which was clocked at 1200MHz and its 8GB of HBM2 was clocked at 700MHz. This Radeon RX Vega prototype was benchmarked with AMD’s Ryzen 7 1800X processor, and you can see the scores down below.
As you can see this scores are less than GeForce GTX 1070 performance – but this is not a production card, it is a prototype hardware, unoptimized drivers and reference cooler. So we should expect more performance on the final card and this one may not be the top model as Vega 10 will come in several tiers of cards.