AMD VEGA GPU emerged in Leaked Benchmarking report of 3DMark Timespy

A recent DX12 Benchmarking report of Timespy revealed the upcoming AMD’s VEGA Gpu. There is not much details, but the report indicate it was some unknown model tested that score 5950 coupled with AMD Ryzen 7 1800X processor. The image is shared below.


According to the specs shared on the image, this new card is running on 700Mhz that is quiet lower, but as it could be a prototype model having a low memory clock could be possibly due to its development stage. Below is the glimpse of specs shared on the report.

Specs: Timespy Report

  • Memory: 8192MB
  • Core Clock: 1200 Mhz
  • Memory bus clock: 700Mhz
  • Driver Version: 22.19.384.20

Vega 10 XT was recently appeared on a Linux Patch that offer more detailed information on its specification.

  • Process Node: 14nm
  • Shader Engines: 4
  • Stream Processors: 4096
  • Performance: 12.5 TFLOPS. 25 (FP16) TFLOPS
  • Render Output Units: 64
  • Texture Mapping Units: 256
  • Hardware Threads: 8
  • Memory Interface: 2048-bit
  • Memory: 8GB HBM2

​Source: NeoGaf