AMD is going to showcase the first public appearance of its Radeon RX Vega cards in a gaming event held at Budapest this month. Gamers can live test Vega performance live on various games. AMD is all set to bring its latest line of dedicated graphic card under the brand new Vega architecture that promises to deliver higher performance. Followed by the Ryzen release, AMD is all set to take on the gpu market as well by introducing a new product line in the upcoming event that can compete its close competitor Nvidia. Vega was in news before through leaks, and now AMD has announced a public testing on July 18 at Akvarium Klub in Budapest. This first event will allow gamers and hardware enthusiast to have a look on how well this upcoming architecture can feed the gaming quality. Gamers can test out the cards performance between 2 to 7 pm on July 18 at the venue that will be transformed to a gaming zone, there will be exclusive gaming rigs backed by Radeon RX VEGA loaded with the recent popular games. AMD has not cleared what those games will be. But we expect to have many recent titles in public test in order to really understand how well the cards can perform in comparison to Nvidia. Popular games like Doom, Battlefield, CS, have been always part of such gaming event. Budapest event is the first public release of Radeon RX Vega cards, and AMD in its event update is also going to reward a Radeon VX Graphic Card after the official presentation to those who will participate in the event competitions. As the venue will be a dedicated gaming zone, AMD has also invited gamers, so this is not just an official release, but more like a gaming event.