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Cloud gaming service VK started using AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards

Cloud gaming service VK started using AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards

VK's MY.GAMES Cloud platform and AMD have announced a partnership agreement. As part of the agreement, the cloud gaming service expanded its server fleet to include 20 AMD machines with Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics gas pedals.

It's noted that last year AMD first introduced its library for low-latency encoding and capture, allowing Radeon RX 6700 XT cards to be used in cloud gaming. After that, the MY.GAMES Cloud platform adapted its video streaming protocol to work with AMD gas pedals and began testing on new servers. «We've seen performance improvements and significant cost savings & ; the hardware saves 20% and no license fees are required at all. We are happy to continue testing with AMD. We are sure that it will allow us to achieve even better performance» & ; states Alexey Lykov, head of MY.GAMES Cloud. Although the system requirements of modern games are higher than ever before, gamers still can't afford to make any compromises in terms of graphics quality and speed. AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT & ;graphics cards are the optimal solution for 1440p gaming. Cooperation of AMD and MY.GAMES Cloud will allow appreciate the high resolution and excellent graphics performance of AMD Radeon in the most modern games»& ; noted Nikolai Radovsky, Head of AMD component business in Russia and CIS. Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics card is based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture. The configuration includes 2560 stream processors, 96 Mbytes of high-performance AMD Infinity Cache and 12 Gbytes of GDDR6 memory with 192-bit bus. It is said to be the optimal solution for 1440p gaming.

The MY.GAMES Cloud platform will test AMD servers until March 2022. After that, a decision will be made on the possibility of expanding the fleet of such machines. This will be an opportunity for the gaming service to reduce hardware costs and get rid of license fees. As a consequence, the platform will become more accessible to end users;

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