The invasion of the nude GPU from Vega
Subject: General Tech | February 4, 2019 - 12:33 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: amd, radeon vii
It's coming up on the release date for AMD's new GPU, which has traditionally become the time at which unboxing videos start to appear. [H]ard|OCP did take the box apart and reveal the new card, but did not stop there. Instead they kept on going, removing the shroud to reveal the PCB and components attached to it. The video offers a little more insight into the new card, for those that like looking under the hood. Stay tuned for actual results in the near future.
"We show you what is inside the new AMD Radeon VII reviewer's kit, and then breakdown the entire video card to show you what is under that sleek new shroud."
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