Despite the significant focus on the intermediate market in recent times - the CEO of the chip developer clarifies that cores ships More powerful are under development
After three waves of video card launches for the mainstream market and industrial silence resounding when it comes to high market products - many have begun to wonder if modern home navi architecture AMD At 7 Nm is actually adjusted to all levels and all price levels, or the company's early statements and hopes on the subject were not very accurate.
With the relative failure of the Radeon Vega models somewhere in mid-2017 and the conversion of the Vega architecture to an up-to-date manufacturing process with the Radeon VII nearly a year ago that failed to gain momentum as well - AMD was left with no real answer to products NVIDIA Price categories in excess of $ 300 in the graphics processing market, with this monopoly not a particularly healthy situation for consumers and AMD herself. Add to this the fresh announcement of the Ryzen 4000 models to the mobile market which continue to be based on cores Vega (Upgraded 7 nm lithography, it is worth mentioning) and you received additional raw material for various rumors and prophecies about the potential of ships.
To our delight, an up-to-date official reference from Doctor Lisa Sue is coming to the cause, Event journalist questions and answers Held after the company's press conference at CES 2020 - with a promise that-AMD There will indeed be high market models that are based on ships At one point or another.
We do not have the ability to assess or even guess what the performance of such products will be at this stage (we have previously received requests from Sapphire for commercial registration for both Radeon RX 5800 and Radeon RX 5900 cards) - but the main question for us is whether the launch will take place beforeNVIDIA It will be able to bring to the market its next-generation models that will be based on cores in 7-nanometer architectures. If so we can probably see here a real significant competition in the category, for a change - but if AMD Delay in carrying out its green competitor task may find itself once again in a solid transport position and no real risk.
Agree with us, or are convinced that 2020 will be the year of flowering AMD No matter the other players' counter-attempts? Let's share in the comments.