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Old 15-07-19, 12:11 PM
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AMD's next move with Navi may be to go smaller - Navi CU count leaked

Is AMD targetting Nvidia's GTX Turing series?



Read more about AMD's rumoured Radeon Navi 14 GPU leaks.

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Old 15-07-19, 12:25 PM
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Yeah I don't think they have much choice on how large they can go till 7nm EUV is ready for prime time starting next year, I guess it's also questionable whether it's worth releasing a big die version of 1st gen RDNA at all given there are some obvious features missing against competitors that 2nd gen RDNA will close up, that will become far more relevant with titles in Q1 2020, though 2nd gen RDNA would also be reliant on the node improvements from EUV from the looks of it(And its node would have been set in stone a long time ago with the design rule changes for EUV).
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Old 15-07-19, 02:35 PM
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Makes sense, it will probably be a good performer on the entry level and shut down the 1660 and 1650.
But we want to see a 64CU Navi chip (or larger?)! 30% more CUs, possible 30% more performance.. That'll probably be 350W monster; oodles of fun.
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Sounds good. Nice to have some cheap, decent gaming GPUs.
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This is expected tbh. Also they were 100% going to pair this with a Ryzen 3000 APU. Mine as well fill the in between!
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Old 15-07-19, 03:20 PM
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This is expected tbh. Also they were 100% going to pair this with a Ryzen 3000 APU. Mine as well fill the in between!
There are Ryzen 3000 series APUs, the problem is that they are mere Zen + versions of their Ryzen 2000 series APUs.

I know you meant Zen 2 APUs, but those aren't expected for another few quarters. Perhaps a CES 2020 reveal. TBH, Navi would be perfect for these APUs, as their cache changes, compression changes and tolerance for faster memory makes gaming a lot more viable from a pure bandwidth perspective.
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