AMD Polaris 10 release date: AMD's new video graphics card to be revealed at Computex


Computex will be held in Taipei, Taiwan this coming June 2016 and AMD is ready to reveal their most advanced video card yet during the said event. AMD may finally show computer enthusiasts the new GPUs that are Polaris 10 and Polaris 11.

As stated in reports, aside from the Radeon 490 card that would also be released, the two GPUs may soon be released as well.

Recently, the rival company, NVIDIA, has also launched a new video card that outranked other GPUs which was the GTX 1080. AMD might be a strong contender against NVIDIA’s video card since the Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 might be with the same level of GTX 1080 or even more.

In terms of budget, the users of PC are most likely to lean on the product of AMD because the processing power of Radeon goes hand in hand with its selling price. NVIDIA still had the upper hand in terms of processing power even though the prices of their products are high. Now, AMD has a new powerhouse that would face the NVIDIA’s GTX 1080.

As mentioned in Ecumenical News, since virtual reality (VR) is on the rise and 4K resolution as well, AMD’s new graphics cards had the power to support those new technological advancements for gaming, The 14 nm FinFet process will make games have the capability to support the whopping 4K resolution which will bring a different kind of experience in playing games.

Furthermore, 3DMark 11 scores are also featured in the Polaris 10 which indicates that GTX 1080 is still a stronger processor. However, it outmatches the GTX Titan, another powerful graphics card of NVIDIA. The price tag of the new product of AMD may be set at around $649.00, and it is said that considering the VR support of Polaris 10, it may be the best choice for a video graphics card.

Catch more details of the Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 in the live stream of Computex on June 1.