Published: Thu, January 10, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

AMD announces high-end 7nm Radeon 7 GPU with 16GB of VRAM

AMD announces high-end 7nm Radeon 7 GPU with 16GB of VRAM

It means, according to Su, better performance at the same power draw.

Today at CES 2019, AMD announced 3rd-generation Ryzen desktop processors, the first to support PCI 4.0.

AMD also stated that the Radeon VII would offer increased 3D performance, with 27% more in Blender and DaVinci Resolve, as well as up to 62% better results in the OpenCL LuxMark compute benchmark when compared to the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card.

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"While rival Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang took a few potshots at AMD's new Radeon VII GPU, AMD chief executive Lisa Su dropped some bombshells of her own: yes, AMD has its own raytracing GPUs in development, and she hinted strongly that AMD's 3rd-generation Ryzen chips will launch with more than eight cores".

Harnessing 7nm technology already in the machine-learning marketplace, AMD is to massage the extant Radeon Instinct 50 professional card into a gaming GPU known simply as Radeon VII, set to cost $699. You can see AMD's flashy new trailer for the Radeon VII as shown in the keynote address below. While we all had assumed (based on the logo trademark) that it would be called Radeon Vega II, it is in fact called Radeon VII. It also delivers up to 25 percent higher performance in the widely popular esports title, Fortnite. This new GPU is of course directed at content creators and gamers. Jen-Hsun was talking in front of a small group of journalists and didn't stop at digging out the Radeon VII. It's also worth noting that those who purchase eligible Radeon VII's will also receive free copies of Resident Evil 2, The Division 2, and Devil May Cry 5. Gamers can effortlessly capture, stream and share their memorable moments and clutch victories with Radeon ReLive; monitor performance and PC system info, and socialize with the AMD Link application; and fine-tune a range of settings to fit their needs with RadeonWattMan technology. The new Radeon XII will not be available until February 7, no objective independent reviews have been published yet.

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