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New 7nm Radeon GPU’s will be releasing in this year, confirms AMD

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AMD, the world’s second-largest GPU manufacturer, is releasing new 7nm Radeon GPUs in 2019.

AMD’s new 7nm Radeon GPU’s will be releasing in this year, confirmed by AMD.

2018 seems to be shaping up to be a huge year full of surprises. First, we’ll see some mega-blockbuster video games like Battlefield V, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Far Cry 5, Just Cause 4, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, and others that have already been published or will be released in the coming months. The same can be said for the computer hardware world, where we have already seen the release of Ryzen 2nd Generation Processors, as well as Threadripper, and the much-anticipated launch of Nvidia’s upcoming GPUs, the RTX series, which is the current topic of debate, with new posts about the RTX Cards appearing on a daily basis.

 

And in the middle of it all, we learned that AMD is on pace to deliver the world’s first 7nm graphics cards later this year, as confirmed by AMD’s CEO Dr. Su in a recent press statement.

“The launch of AMD’s forthcoming 7nm product line, which will include the first devices with our second-generation “Zen 2” CPU core and our new “Navi” GPU architecture, represents the company’s next significant milestone. At TSMC, we’ve already taped out a number of 7nm devices, including our first 7nm GPU, which will be released later this year, and our first 7nm server CPU, which will be released in 2019.” 

As a result, we’re in a position where we have a variety of choices to test out in order to determine which of these two arch-rivals has the superior GPU. While we already know a lot about the RTX cards, we don’t know much about AMD’s 7nm GPU. However, a functional 7nm GPU chip based on an upgraded version of the Vega architecture was shown at Computex earlier this year. According to rumors, the next 7nm GPU will handle AI instructions as well as HBM2 8GB stacks operating over a 4096-bit memory interface for a total of 32GB vRAM, prompting the issue of which GPU to purchase next. Both cards have not yet been reviewed in my opinion, but the Nvidia RTX Cards will be reviewed soon, and we will have to wait a little longer to learn the details of AMD’s upcoming 7nm GPU, so it’s a bit of a catch-22 situation right now, and I’d rather wait a little longer to see how these cards perform before deciding which one to buy.

According to Dr. Su, AMD intends to deliver 7nm GPUs to gamers, and if all goes according to plan, we could see these 7nm GPUs very soon, perhaps in early 2019. Check out this link for additional information about the press release.

 

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