Asus is developing a dual-processor variant of the Radeon RX Vega 64

As we already know, the TDP of the Radeon RX Vega 64 air WITH considerable reaches 295 W, while the modifications with the liquid cooler and is 345 watts.

It would seem that to create a dual-processor graphics card in such circumstances it makes no sense, and often manufacturers do this in the case of the AMD cards that are unable to compete with the flagship Nvidia.

According to leaks, Radeon RX Vega 64 may be able to compete at least with the GeForce GTX 1080 that makes the creation of a dual-processor version even more pointless. However, there is a notion of status and prestige. And in this context, the dual output adapter makes sense.

Apparently, so says Asus. According to the source, the company is developing a dual-processor monster based on GPU Vega 10. This became possible due to the fact that AMD allowed its partners to create unique variants of flagship news.

Given the fact that Asus clearly wants to disperse their offspring, we can assume that the TDP of this device will be well over 600 watts and maybe closer to 700 watts. Of course, cooling such a solution would, ISA.

Unfortunately, no details on such a map. Probably, it will be very soon.

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