ASUS Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB Overclocked 2048-Bit HBM2 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready Video Card (STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING)
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- 1590 MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode) featuring 8GB HBM2 memory with AMD's Vega architecture
- ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting provides a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever-expanding ecosystem of ASUS Aura Sync enabled products
- MaxContact plus Auto-Extreme manufacturing technology delivers 2X more GPU to heatsink contact for increased cooling efficiency and premium quality aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components
- Patented wing-blade 0 dB fans with FanConnect II maximizes cooling performance with three axial fans to deliver 105% more air and dual 4-pin headers for referencing chassis fans to GPU temperatures
- GPU Tweak II makes monitoring performance and streaming easier than ever, featuring Game Booster and a free 1-year premium license of XSplit Gamecaster
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After having the card for more than a month, i can honestly say this card is very very good. I don't know about those reviews that claim VEGA64 is a power hungry card but this VEGA64 from Asus never goes above 195 watts of power usage. I mean doesn't matter what game i through at it it never consumes more than that. And that's even without playing with undervolting the card. So I'll try that another time or simply just keep the card as is. But I'm still in love with this card and my perception of AMD has changed drastically. AMD is a great company and i will happily recommend AMD products to my relatives.
I'm not saying it's a bad card. Runs circles around my Fury X. But I've NEVER had a card flat out refuse to hit it's advertised speeds. Sure, with Chrome it will hit max clocks. But not in a single 3D application...you know, the whole reason you bought the d@mn thing in the first place. I've tried Wattman, MSI Afterburner, ASUS AI Suite, you name it. I've scoured the internet and REDDIT forums for answers. I can NOT get this card to do what it's advertised to do in a video game! If this is the direction AMD is headed, I might have to start buying nVidia again...and I f'ing HATE nVidia!
I bought this card to do 144hz gaming on my freesync display. Does a much better job at 144hz gaming than my prior Radeon card. This is a major upgrade for anyone with a R9 290 or older.
I recommend this card for anyone who wants to stay with 'red team' or already has a freesync display. The 'green team' NV 1080 and later will outperform this -- compare on price and which display tech you pair with. Don't pay more than six hundred for this card.
Watch out for titles like Skyrim that do not operate properly at 144hz. (Problem with game software, not hardware)