Last update: 20th Sep 2016
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NVIDIA GPU Architecture Roadmaps
At GTC 2015 NVIDIA confirmed that MAXWELL will be succeeded by PASCAL architecture in 2016. On 4th April NVIDIA released first GPU codenamed GP100, which was followed by Pascal GP104, GP106 and in July by GP102.
In 2018 NVIDIA will release new architecture codenamed VOLTA, which will bring twice as power efficient chips as PASCAL and even higher bandwidth memory with capacities up to 64 GB.
AMD GPU Architecture Roadmaps
At Capsaicin event in March 2016, AMD announced three architectures coming each year starting from 2016.
- In 2016 POLARIS architecture based on 16nm FinFET fabrication node was officially unveiled.
- In June AMD announced Radeon RX 400 series, which include three graphics cards: RX 480, RX 470 and RX 460.
- In 2017 new architecture codenamed VEGA will join Polaris with more powerful GPUs equipped with HBM2 memory standard. We expect two GPUs based on 14nm fabrication process.
- In 2018 we expect VEGA refresh at a 7nm process.
- In 2019 NAVI architecture will succeed VEGA with much more power efficient silicons, scalability and ‘Nextgen Memory’.