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Old 11-01-19, 03:37 PM
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"You Will Hear More About Navi in 2019" - Lisa Su

AMD has also confirmed that we will see more new GPUs this year.



Read more about AMD's 2019 GPU plans and Navi architecture.

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Old 11-01-19, 03:41 PM
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When speaking to other members of the tech press, when answering questions regarding AMD's plans for ray tracing, Lisa Su commented that gamers would "hear more about our (AMD's) plans as we go through the year", suggesting that AMD will have DXR (DirectX Raytracing) compatible hardware sooner than expected.
Just quoted this for emphasis.
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If we can expect more GPU launches this year then it makes getting the Vega 7 a bit pointless if they are going to replace it the same year, Unless it's lower specced variants.
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If we can expect more GPU launches this year then it makes getting the Vega 7 a bit pointless if they are going to replace it the same year, Unless it's lower specced variants.
I think we only have Vega 7 because of greedvidia pushed the prices up to the point that AMD could actually release it. The other GPU launches I feel were scheduled for launch already and AMD will have been holding vega because the costs of production meant it was not viable as a product until rtx price made it viable.
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Given Vega7's launch I think we can assume a 64CU/+ variant of Navi isn't coming till 2020 at least and the first cards using the architecture will be Polaris replacement.
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If we can expect more GPU launches this year then it makes getting the Vega 7 a bit pointless if they are going to replace it the same year, Unless it's lower specced variants.
She said we would hear more about it, not actually get it. So really who knows.
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