AMD will have up to 7 different Radeon RX Vega graphics cards, as it needs to hit 5 different price points and products from NVIDIA from the GeForce GTX 1070 right up to the GTX 1080 Ti, and even the new TITAN Xp.
Prediction: I'll still be GPU limited with my Fury Nano until 2021 due to lack of Windows 8.1 drivers.
Actually, no RX Vega drivers, I'll be forced to jump to nVidia, first time I'll have touched Team Green since my first and only nVidia card. My God how garbage was the performance of this card...
Here's my prediction, AMD will launch only one strategically priced Vega GPU with a significantly larger memory bus width that will rock the very core of NVidia's line up, leaving everyone scratching their heads, then AMD will release yet another CPU line up all the while keeping intel on the ropes while pummeling them into submission while moving steadily forward into the mobile markets. AMD knows simplicity is key and will adjust to market demands on their own terms. NVidia stockholders will be dumping stocks as fast as they can.
What good is a bright shiny powerful vid card if there's no driver support or unstable drivers. And I'm talking about drivers than can be used for games and every day use, not just benchmarking.
Seems like a lot of people are chomping at the bit for AMD to release these cards. I'd sooner see them take their time and get it right. And by some "predictions" online unless they can get the clock speed up their still not going to have a high end GPU. But until their released it's all speculation.