According to the post, Radeon Vega Frontier Edition cards will have1600MHz peak clock with a "Typical clock" of 1382MHz sustained performance.
Fortunately, one lucky enthusiast has already gotten his hands on the air-cooled Radeon Vega Frontier Edition today and it's a beauty. Radeon Vega Frontier Edition is the world's first graphics card created to empower the next generation of data scientists, game designers and visualization professionals, with up to 172 percent faster rendering performance than the comparable competitor card. The card's exterior is made up of blue-anodized brushed aluminum and has an illuminated Radeon logo.
AMD hooked up the Radeon Vega Frontier to an 8K display from Dell, and a second 1080p display, oh and a HTC Vive headset.
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The bigger note that the site had to say is that AMD is being beyond disruptive here, something I'm totally on their side with.
Radeon Vega Frontier Edition delivers the horsepower required for design and manufacturing firms to drive increasingly large and complex models and to deploy real-time visualization and physically-based rendering. For the enterprise grade drivers with an NVIDIA product you'd be looking to the Quadro P5000 which costs at least $2000, or the P6000 which costs closer to $6000. The new Radeon Vega Frontier optimized drivers have been used for the benchmarks and these drivers allow users to switch between professional and game mode. "Of course, we'd expect such performance from a $1,200 card, but many are concerned that Vega just won't perform". Then in testing the experience the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition achieves the maximum possible score in the SteamVR benchmark.
From the other non-gaming tests, it looks like AMD Vega Frontier Edition performs significantly better than Nvidia Titan Xp. For that, you'll have to wait on the Radeon RX Vega, which AMD will detail in late July.