At the latest tech day event in Las Vegas in this year, AMD announced its Radeon Vega Mobile GPU.
There are no details about the graphics processor, but was released to the public that this graphic was designed to compete with Nvidia's mobile offerings in the gaming laptop space.
On this event, AMD showed off the bare chip and it was noteworthy smaller compared to its full-sized graphics card counterpart. Mobile version is much smaller and only 1.7mm thick, which allows it to fit into ultra-slim laptops and small form factors.
When it comes to performance, we should expect high frame rates in modern AAA games, and that will be fast enough to be VR-ready.
The mobile GPU will support FreeSync and HDMI 2.0 along with a bevy of AMD features and will also come with high-bandwidth memory 2 (HBM2)
There is also support for Radeon Chill, Radeon Wattman, Radeon Relive, Enhanced Sync, Radeon Chill and more.
AMD says that these tweaked designs will run anywhere from five to 12% faster than its reference models.
The interesting fact is that AMD has confirmed it that it is helping longtime competitor Intel create improved integrated graphics with its Vega architecture.//TODO: Rijesiti rating i odkomentarisati ovo kad rijesim ?>