AMD confirms 7nm GPUs are coming to gamers

Published: 6th Jun 2018, 03:22 GMT   Comments

David Wang, Senior VP at Radeon Technologies Group has confirmed AMD is committed to launching new graphics products every year.

AMD’s new/old roadmap

There are no changes to the roadmap. AMD will launch Vega 7nm this year with Navi coming next. Both upcoming architectures will get 7nm treatment. AMD has not unveiled the codename of ‘next-gen’ architecture based on 7nm+ architecture coming after Navi though.

AMD Radeon Instinct Vega 7nm

A public demonstration of 7nm Vega took place at the Computex press event. It has not given us too much information. The slide has confirmed though that 32GB version of 7nm Vega will be available.

Gaming 7nm GPU

Lisa Su confirmed 7nm GPUs will enter graphics card market. This ultimately ends the speculation on what will happen after Vega.

Vega architecture is probably here to stay, for at least another year. The Instinct variant will be available in the second half of this year. No word about 7nm Radeon RX availability though.




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