*NOTE: VEGA 64's need approx 260W of Power (Card Alone) so make sure you have a PSU to cater for this.
This Gigabyte Watercooling Radeon RX Vega64 graphics card is the ultimate one to have. It features an All-In-One Hydro cooler to provide the lowest temperatures & the highest clocks. Combined with the unique silver brushed Aluminium shroud with backplate & Red LED lighting, this is premium construction for premium performance. With the support of AIO Watercooling this Vega64 graphics card from Scan, comes with higher base & boost clocks out of the box, while still packing the same massive 4096 stream processors, paired up with 8 Gigabytes of HBM2 Memory, for out-of-this world performance.
Next Gen Compute Units
These revamped nCUs (1 nCU = 64 stream processors) are designed to operate at incredible clock speeds and deliver extreme gaming experiences with the newest high resolution and high refresh rate monitors.
Revolutionary Memory Engine
State of the art memory system shatters the limitations of traditional GPU memory, to tackle the growing high res texture packs in today’s games.
Optimized Pixel Engine
Optimized rasterizer technology enhances rendering efficiency and leaves more headroom to crank up quality settings while maintaining smooth 3D rendering.
Enhanced Geometry Engine
The enhanced geometry engine can efficiently process millions of polygons that make up your game, helping boost FPS. Features • Powered by AMD Radeon™ RX VEGA 64 GPU.
• Close-Loop liquid cooling system.
• 8GB 2048-bit High Bandwidth Memory (HBM2).
• Radeon™ VR Ready Premium.
• 3rd Gen FinFET 14.
• Features HDMI x1/ DisplayPort x3.
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- 36 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 14 days
- RTB Period:
- 36 months
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Date Issued: 14th Aug 2017
2017 is turning into a historic year for AMD. The chip giant has revitalised its CPU portfolio with competitive Ryzen processors, but that is just one part of the puzzle: stage two entails launching a GPU that can compete with NVIDIA's dominant GeForce.