While with NVIDIA, with or without delays that seem to be related to a large stock of cores that need to be sold as soon as possible, it's pretty clear that we're expecting a new generation of GeForce Reporting cards and an updated production process in the coming months - AMD's sequel plans are far less certain and clear. On the one hand we have received rumors of a third and upgraded Vega generation coming soon, and even the possibility of seeing the elaborate Vega 20 cores on gaming cards, but on the other hand we now encounter ASRock roadmap - where there is no news at least until February next year.
According to ASRock, the coming months are expected to provide us with a launch of updated Radeon RX 580 and Radeon RX 570 models, which will join the recently announced Vega 64 and Vega 56 models - but with no mention of additional graphics cards, both from the Radeon family RX Vega and the Radeon RX 500 / 600 series. The plans of this actress do not have to be the same as those of AMD Itself, naturally, but this is nevertheless information that casts doubt on the previous predictions we received as long as the red chip developer continues to keep the cards close to the chest and avoid any official statements on the subject.
AMD's modern graphics cards helped it close a bit of the big gap it opened for itself NVIDIA In this market, it may be almost impossible to continue this trend without the launch of enhanced and competitive models - especially after the big competitor finally reveals to us what she has been working on for the past two and a half years since the launches Pascal The first.