The next-gen Graphics is Here. The all-new AMD Radeon VII. World’s First 7nm Gaming GPU – Delivering Exceptional Performance and Incredible Experiences for Gamers, Creators and Enthusiasts.
AMD has been behind in the competition for producing High-end gaming graphics cards. For a long time, AMD is pushing out their old graphics cards for such as RX580 on a discount price. But recently at CES 2019, AMD said that they are on the way to manufacture GPU called the Radeon VII (“seven”) which will give a tough competition to Nvidia’s RTX 2080. The Radeon VII will be a flagship high-end graphics card which will have the latest 7nm graphics chip.
AMD claims that Radeon VII will have the second-gen Vega architecture which can offer 25 percent more performance as the same power as previous Vega graphics. Further, the company demonstrated by running Devil May Cry at CES 2019, playing at 4K resolution, at ultra-settings and displayed frame rates above 60FPS.
At AMD press release, the company stated that the new Radeon VII will give 25 performance boosts of a percent in Fortnite, as well as 35 percent performance boost in Battlefield V and as well as 27 percent boost in other various kinds of games and content creation. Further, the company said that they will give out free copies of Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry and The Division 2 with the purchase of their latest AMD Radeon VII or gaming pc with one installed in it.
So, if you are curious about the specs, we have captured some of the specs from the CES 2019’s AMD Radeon VII release:
- 16GB of HBM2 memory.
- 7nm Technology process.
- 1 TB/s memory bandwidth.
- 4,096-bit memory interface.
- 60 compute units.
- 3840 stream processors running at 1.8GHz.
- AMD FreeSync2 HDR Technology.
The AMD Radeon Vega VII graphics card will be available from February 2019 for a price of $699 US. It’s clear AMD is aiming for the enthusiast market where NVIDIA has placed their RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards. So the real question still remains, will the AMD’s new Radeon VII be tough enough to survive the market competitiveness? I guess to know that we have to wait for the benchmarks to come in.