AMD announces the world’s first 7nm gaming GPU, the AMD Radeon VII, built on enhanced 2nd-gen AMD Vega architecture
AMD has launched the subsequent technology of its gaming GPUs, the AMD Radeon VII, built on enhanced 2nd-gen AMD Vega architecture. During the firm’s keynote at CES 2019, AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su unveiled the AMD Radeon VII GPU that’s built on a 7nm manufacturing course of. The speedy benefit of that is the capability to pack extra logic transistors on the similar die dimension of the GPU.
The AMD Radeon VII GPU naturally boasts of higher efficiency figures than the incumbent AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 “top-of-the-line” graphics card at the similar energy envelope, i.e., as much as 29% larger gaming efficiency, and as much as 36% larger on common for content material creation purposes.
Under the hood, the AMD Radeon VII is provided with 60 compute models/3,840 stream processors working at as much as rated frequency 1.8GHz, 16GB of HBM2, and a 1TB/s reminiscence bandwidth over its 4,096 bit-wide reminiscence bus. The AMD Radeon VII is priced at US$699 and this worth level places it in direct competitors with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. The new AMD card is predicted to be obtainable from seventh February 2019.