As one of the industry leaders in high performance graphics solutions, it’s no wonder that AMD Radeon graphics are at the heart of innovative next-generation premium notebooks.

 

We are thrilled to share that new AMD Radeon™ Vega Mobile graphics processors, Radeon™ Pro Vega 20 and Radeon™ Pro Vega 16, are available as configuration options on the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro starting late November.

 

 

Radeon™ Pro Vega 20 and Radeon™ Pro Vega 16 graphics processors are designed for exceptional visual immersion. You can experience…

  • Responsive performance when rendering 3D models
  • Blazingly fast photo and video editing
  • World-class HD gaming performance at 1080p in ultra settings in today’s top AAA and eSports games

 

Powered by the leading-edge “Vega” architecture1 Radeon™ Pro Vega 20 and Radeon™ Pro Vega 16 graphics are the ultimate graphics solution available today for premium notebooks, delivering incredibly powerful and efficient performance.

 

A groundbreaking feature of the “Vega” architecture1 is HBM2, 2nd generation High-Bandwidth Memory, which enables improved power efficiency and faster performance compared to traditional mobile memory interfaces. More memory bandwidth at a fraction of the power allows users to adeptly handle future technologies and emerging workloads for rendering, editing and gaming on their notebooks.

 

Powerful “Vega” next-generation compute units (NCU)2 and Rapid Packed Math bring faster and more flexible computational capabilities, accelerating workloads in real-time. Optimized geometry engine intelligently balances and distributes complex workloads, efficiently handling geometry-intensive tasks with ease.

 

For those who need serious graphics power in a portable design for video rendering, editing and gaming, premium notebooks powered by AMD Radeon™ Vega Mobile graphics processors will blaze through these tasks, bringing remarkable graphics performance.

 

Learn more about Radeon™ Pro Vega 20 and Radeon™ Pro Vega 16 graphics here.

 

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1 “Vega” is a codename for an AMD architecture, and is not a product name. GD-122

2 Discrete AMD Radeon™ GPUs based on the Graphics Core Next architecture consists of multiple discrete execution engines known as a Compute Unit (“CU”). Each CU contains 64 shaders (“Stream Processors”) working together.