AMD launches 7nm GPU and Radeon VII, promising exceptional
gaming performance. First reported as an surprise at AMD CEO Lisa Su’s CES 2019 keynote, the Radeon VII is charged as the world’s first 7nm consumer GPU and supplants the Radeon Vega 64 at the highest point of the organization’s Radeon GPU lineup.
AMD is focusing on this release at gamers and enthusiasts, as well as at inventive experts in the game, VR, and video businesses. The organization guarantees outstanding execution for gaming at 4K, ultrawide 1440p, or 1080p with HDR. Execution in amusements is said to be up to 29 percent superior to that of the Radeon Vega 64 by and large.
Graphics cards dependent on the Radeon VII are accessible for buy worldwide promptly, evaluated at $699 in the US and Rs. 54,990 in India with three free game: The Division 2, Resident Evil 2, and Devil May Cry 5. All cards being sold starting at now will utilize AMD’s own reference plan, which includes a triple-fan cooler. Makers have not reported whether or when they may present hand crafts of their own.
The AMD Radeon VII GPU has 3,840 execution units, which the organization calls stream processors. It is timed at 1400MHz with a greatest lift speed of 1750MHz. The GPU is made on AMD’s 7nm procedure, and utilizations a revived adaptation of the Vega design that supports a year ago’s Radeon Vega 56 and Radeon Vega 64 GPUs.
Power utilization is appraised at 300W. The Radeon VII backings the majority of AMD’s product highlights including FreeSync 2, Radeon Chill, execution tweaking with Radeon WattMan, and video stream catching with Radeon ReLive.