Gigabyte generally not going to release monitored by PWM versions of 3D-card Radeon RX Vega 64
A couple of weeks ago we reported that there are some problems with access monitored by PWM Vega graphics cards, as some manufacturers have not even begun to get the GPU to develop such solutions.
If you believe the resource is Tom’s Hardware, Gigabyte, and renounced plans to release monitored by PWM versions of the Radeon RX Vega 64. The reasons apparently lie in too high the GPU requirements Vega 10 to the power subsystem, which complicates the development of models of top class.
As for monitored by PWM models Radeon RX Vega 56, Gigabyte, final decisions have not yet accepted. However, given the particularly significant differences in the parameters, to rely on the output of such adapters in the performance of this manufacturer hardly worth it.
And if Gigabyte doesn’t want to undertake the development of original Vega, it is likely that most other manufacturers will be limited to the reference versions.
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