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Journeyman III

Best way to confirm I have a Vega 56 GPU?

Hey there,

I have a laptop that advertises as a AMD 2700 (desktop processor) and a Vega 56 8GB GPU.

I've confirmed the process is correct, however, is there a way I can confirm the GPU is a Vega 56?

I ask this because AMD Radeon is showing this:

Graphics Card Manufacturer - Powered by AMD

Graphics Chipset - Radeon RX Vega

Device ID - 687F

Vendor ID - 1002

SubSystem ID - 1246

SubSystem Vendor ID - 1025

Revision ID - C7

Bus Type - PCI Express 3.0

Current Bus Settings - PCI Express 3.0 x16

BIOS Version -

BIOS Part Number - SWBRT32020.001

BIOS Date - 2018/03/06 21:48

High Bandwidth Cache Size - 8176 MB

High Bandwidth Cache Type - HBM2

High Bandwidth Cache Clock - 800 MHz

Core Clock - 1301 MHz

High Bandwidth Cache Bandwidth - 409 GByte/s

Memory Bit Rate - 1.60 Gbps

2D Driver File Path - /REGISTRY/MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Control/Class/{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}/0000

Note that it says Radeon RX Vega, with no 56 anywhere to be found.

Is there somewhere else I can confirm it is in fact a Vega 56?

I have this laptop:

I just want to confirm it has a Vega 56 for peace of mind.  Anybody know how I can do this?


2 Replies

Use GPU-Z.  Although the Hardware ID can be manipulated in the vBIOS, I don't expect that from a legitimate laptop manufacturer.

Adept III

Using GPU-Z as mack0y suggests, you can take a look at the specs of the card, that's probably the most accurate way to identify it.
Vega 56 should show 3584 unified shading units, 224 TMUs, and 64 ROPs