Thursday, October 26th 2017

Biostar Announces Availability of Their Radeon RX Vega 64 Graphics Card

BIOSTAR announces the availability of its Radeon RX Vega 64 VAVAT5VM88 graphics card in selected regions. The BIOSTAR RX Vega 64 epitomizes the best in high-end graphics with high resolutions, high frame rates and exceptional power efficiency with the all new Vega architecture. Building the ultimate gaming system with the recently introduced BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6 motherboard for the new 8th generation Intel Core processors, makes these the perfect compliment.

BIOSTAR RADEON RX VEGA 64 (Air Cooling)
The Vega 64 is one of AMD's newest and most powerful graphics cards today featuring 8GB HBM2, the latest in graphics memory technology, with a 2048-bit memory interface and 4096 stream processors. It delivers smooth extreme gaming performance in the newest DirectX 12 and Vulkan games making it perfect for gaming and also for professional content creation. The Vega 64 also offers some of the highest hash rates in crypto mining, thanks to its powerful yet power efficient usage.
BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6
The BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6 motherboard which supports the new 8th generation Intel Core processors, is the company's first 3rd generation RACING motherboard that features new luxurious golden theme 'tattoo' design, revamped user-friendly BIOS and driver utilities for full control cooling of A.I. FAN, full control of RGB lighting with the Advanced VIVID LED DJ and GT Touch to enable the ECO and Sport modes.

Harness the power of Intel's newest and most powerful mainstream processors with the BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6 motherboard. Together with the new BIOSTAR Vega 64 graphics card, create the ultimate gaming, mining, overclocking and professional desktop solution altogether.

Pricing and Availability
  • BIOSTAR Radeon RX Vega 64 MSRP: $689
  • BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6 MSRP: $139.99
For more information on BIOSTAR RADEON RX VEGA 64, visit: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/vga/introduction.php?S_ID=244

For more information on BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6, visit: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=895
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7 Comments on Biostar Announces Availability of Their Radeon RX Vega 64 Graphics Card

#1
hyp36rmax
Pricing and Availability
  • BIOSTAR Radeon RX Vega 64 MSRP: $689
  • BIOSTAR RACING Z370GT6 MSRP: $139.99
Nice MSRP for that VEGA64.... I guess we'll never see $499 again
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Hood
"hyp36rmax said:
Nice MSRP for that VEGA64.... I guess we'll never see $499 again
I guess we'll never see these cards without the stupidly noisy blower fan, either.
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Power Slave
AMD needs to separate thier mining and gaming into two different GPU’s. Mining is ruining the market for gamers because they will make back thier money and gamers won’t. AMD dosent even see this markup money from MSRP anyway and they will sell so much more if it were fairly priced at $499.
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chaosmassive
why is Biostar always late in everything? :slap:
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#5
zo0lykas
Different time zone, lol
"chaosmassive said:
why is Biostar always late in everything? :slap:
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#6
ratirt
There's a blower fan cause there's no point of going air anyway. LC is the only reasonable solution for this card.
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#7
nemesis.ie
"Power Slave said:
AMD needs to separate thier mining and gaming into two different GPU’s. Mining is ruining the market for gamers because they will make back thier money and gamers won’t. AMD dosent even see this markup money from MSRP anyway and they will sell so much more if it were fairly priced at $499.
There is nothing stopping you doing a little mining to help you make your money back (assuming your electricity cost is lower than the reward and you don't have to sit in the heat when not gaming).

I mine when I am not gaming and so far, have paid for two high-end cards and lowered my heating bill ...

@Hood the blower is not that bad compared to a lot of other/older cards. It's tolerable at ~2400rpm and I am a "silence freak". Noise annoyance is as much about the tone/variance and frequency as about the loudness and the V64 blower has more of a smooth air-flow noise than some of the horrible whining from other ones.

My AC 64 is actually less annoying than my RX480 Nitro+ OC with its dual fans.

@chaosmassive I wonder will we see a new UEFI revision on their cards ...
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