ASRock just released reference RX Vega GPUs of Phantom Gaming X Graphics cards. Gamers’ disappointment has finally come to an end with this latest release as the hardware developer seems to be trying to get over its lack of high-end RX Vega Series offerings.
The newer version of RX Vega Platform Gaming X Series of graphics cards delivers RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64-powered variants. Even though, these graphic cards do not exactly seem to be anything more than a re-release of AMD’s reference RX Vega series of graphic cards, yet it still is better than nothing.
The specifications of this latest launch by ASRock confirms that the company is also using AMD’s reference clock speeds, with both the graphic cards taking in power from two 8-pin PCIe power cables. This means that it is unlikely any functional changes over AMD’s reference models have been introduced and the primary changes are limited to aesthetics only.
|RX Vega 56 Phantom Gaming X||RX Vega 64 Phantom Gaming X|
|Core Base Clock||1156MHz||1247MHz|
|Core Boost Clock||1471MHz||1546MHz|
|Memory||8GB of HBM2||8GB of HBM2|
These graphic cards by ASRock are all set to make their entry into the European market this month and are expected to provide the PC builders with the chance to try out a new brand of GPU and engage into a little more market competition.