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    AMD Navi GPUs

    AMD "Navi" GPU by Q3-2018: Report

    AMD is reportedly accelerating launch of its first GPU architecture built on the 7 nanometer process, codenamed "Navi." Graphics cards based on the first implementation of "Navi" could launch as early as by Q3-2018 (between July and September). Besides IPC increments with its core number-crunching machinery, "Navi" will introduce a slew of memory and GPU virtualization technologies.

    AMD will take its multi-chip module (MCM) approach of building high-performance GPUs a step further, by placing multiple GPU dies with their HBM stacks on a single package. The company could leverage its InfinityFabric as a high-bandwidth interconnect between the GPU dies (dubbed "GPU module"), with an I/O controller die interfacing the MCM with the host machine. With multi-GPU on the decline for games, it remains to be seen how those multiple GPU modules are visible to the operating system. In the run up to "Navi," AMD could give its current "Vega" architecture a refresh on a refined 14 nm+ process, to increase clock speeds.
    Parece-me uma data algo optimista, mas, veremos...
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    Mesmo. Quer dizer que o refresh do refresh das RX vão acontecer muito em breve, ou muito em cima dessa data?
    Entretanto já a Nvidia deve ter cilindrado o mercado novamente lá para...Janeiro.............
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    Boas!
    Não me digas que foi pedir algumas ajudas ao Primo!

    Cumprimentos,

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    Boas!
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    Não sei. Mas promete e muito.
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    Acredito quando derem à costa, até lá, meh...

    As Fury iam ser as Titan killer e as "overclockers dream", as Vega iam ser as poor Volta, agora são as Navi, que vão ser a coisa mais fantástica de sempre!

    E depois há uma coisa curiosa que me tenho apercebido por essa internet fora, só se fala da AMD e os 7nm, AMD e os 7nm, AMD e os 7nm.

    Pelos vistos os 7nm vão ser exclusivos da AMD, a Nvidia vai toda a vida competir com 16nm e 12nm.
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    Ficam as promessas

    Edit: para as 2080ti nada, mas já se fala em rivais para as 2080
    https://www.tudocelular.com/rumores/...-rtx-2080.html
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    Dizem os entendidos que isto vai ser uma lufada de ar fresco na guerra contra a Nvidia: VRS (Variable Rate Shading)
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    AMD Radeon Navi Launch Timeframe Leaked - Releases After 3rd Gen Ryzen

    We already know that AMD's Radeon Navi series of 7nm graphics cards will launch in 2019, but at the time of writing AMD has remained tightlipped about their next-generation graphics architecture, so much so that we don't know what to expect from the series in terms of both features and performance.

    Now, AMD's Radeon Navi series of graphics cards are rumoured to release around a month after the company's Ryzen 3rd Generation processors, which are expected to launch in mid-2019. This leads us to believe that Navi will release around August, potentially around Siggraph and Gamescom 2019.

    As a gaming-focused product, a Navi launch at Gamescom makes a lot of sense, though it is possible that AMD will have short tech demos for Navi before this time, perhaps giving us an early showing of the architecture at Computex or E3.

    This report comes from Wccftech, who had accurately reported on Mike Rayfield's departure from AMD before its official announcement and accurately reported on the Radeon VII before the product's reveal. Navi is expected to be a major departure from AMD's older GCN-based graphics products, though at this time it is unknown exactly what the architecture will feature.

    Early roadmaps for Navi reference both "scalability" and "next-gen memory". This likely references how AMD plans to scale into the high-end of the graphics market with the architecture and plan to use modern GDDR6 memory.

 

 

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