AMD has finally unveiled the curtain off their RX Vega enthusiast gaming hardware. With two versions having 4096 and 3584 next gen compute units, and priced at $499 and $399 respectively, AMD aims to appease the needs for the end user waiting for a single card solution capable for providing a good gaming experience at WQHD and UHD resolutions. Backed by FreeSync, Enhanced Sync and new Radeon Software features, we may finally have a contender for NVIDIA's Pascal-based GPUs in the sub-$500 market.
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