AMD Radeon VII reaches ‘end of life’?

Published: 12th Jul 2019, 10:04 | Comments


AMD Radeon VII is no more

Cowcotland has just confirmed with their sources that AMD Radeon VII is no longer in production. The stores are selling the remaining stock and apparently, no more Radeon VII cards will be made.

According to Cowcotland, Radeon VII was declared ‘end of life’ last month by AMD.

The Radeon VII is AMD’s first 7nm-based graphics card featuring Vega 20 GPU with 3840 Stream Processors. The VII was also AMD’s first to feature 16GB memory for the consumer market.

With the announcement of Radeon RX 5700 series, it became clear that VII is simply not as power-efficient and cost-effective solution as Navi-based models.

This also puts an end to rumors about custom Radeon ‘7’ models.

GPU : Vega 20 GPU Base Clock : 1450 MHz
Cores : 3840 GPU Boost Clock : 1750 MHz
TMUs : 240 Memory Clock : 2000 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 16 GB HBM2 4096b

Source: Cowcotland

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