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10 January 2019, 12:26 | Casey Mitchell
AMD Launches Next Radeon VII GPU, the World's First 7nm GPU
In terms of raw specs, AMD president and CEO Lisa Su noted that Radeon VII packs 60 compute units running at up to 1.8GHz and 16GB of high-performance VRAM. AMD wasn't ready to disclose frequencies as they haven't been finalized yet sadly.
Extreme gaming performance: The AMD Radeon VII graphics card delivers exceptional performance in DirectX 12- and Vulkan-based games, including up to 35 percent higher performance in Battlefield V, and up to 42 percent higher performance in Strange Brigade, compared to the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card. So what's inside the new Radeon VII? It provides up to 27 percent higher performance in the popular open source 3D creation application Blender7, up to 27 percent higher performance in the professional video editing, color correction and visual effects application DaVinci Resolve 158, and up to 62 percent higher performance in the OpenCL™ LuxMark compute benchmark9 compared to the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card.
The new GPU will be available from February 7 for $699.
The GPU landscape is more nebulous, though the introduction of Radeon VII is a left-field move that could cause a problem for the high-end RTX GPUs: we have only another month to find out for ourselves. For gamers, AMD Radeon VII enables maximum settings for extreme framerates at the highest resolutions. The first is third-gen Ryzen will be the first platform to support PCI Express 4.0. For the live demo AMD chose to show off Devil May Cry 5 running at around 100 fps in 4K max settings. Of course, I'll have to wait until the game comes out to see how the RTX 2080 fares by comparison. It's also hard to know what such a part would be called given that Radeon VII is a clear reference to the 7nm process.
It is likely that AMD will use more power for the same performance - 300W vs. 250W - and lack any forward-looking ray tracing support, but the Radeon VII deal is sweetened a little with the knowledge it will ship with codes for upcoming Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2 and Resident Evil 2 titles.
If it can match the performance of the RTX 2080, however, Nvidia has already established that you can charge up to $800 for such a card.
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Will it be the RTX 2080 rival we've been waiting for?
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