AMD Would Release a Radeon Vega 10 with GDDR5 Memory!
Why releasing a single graphics card when you can release two more by simply changing the memory used? AMD would try to take the lead of high-end GPUs with Vega using GDDR5.
AMD would release its Vega 10 Graphics card in two versions. The first one would integrate an HBM2 memory, while the second would use GDDR5, according to fudzilla. Nobody speaks for now of a GDDR5X version, but its existence would not be surprising.
-Vega 10 in 2017:
If the information is proven, these cards will likely come out on a different date and will target separate market. AMD could propose an HBM2 model for supercomputers and a GDDR5 or GDDR5X card for high-end PCs, for example. AMD needs a high-end GPU to compete with the GeForce GTX 1080 and the Titan X, and these new graphics card will be a good move for sure.