There is no Navi in ​​his town: AMD's new-age graphics cards may only arrive at the end of the year • HWzone
Computersgraphic cards

There is no Navi in ​​his city: AMD's new-era graphics cards may only arrive at the end of the year

The Navi generation, which is expected to inherit and you At the same time, may be delayed and come to us later than expected

Get updates from everyone in TelgramGet updates from us all at TelgramJoin the channel now

Cards VII has been launched, and despite the significant improvement they have provided us, does not constitute any significant breakthrough in the graphics processing, both in terms of cost-benefit ratios and in terms of potential for further rush or exceptionally efficient and effective operation - so it is easy to understand why many eyes are already raised to this generation -The new Navi, which was designed and developed from the start to implement innovative production lithography instead of switching For retroactive use.

Navi architecture should be flexible enough to fit both budget and basic video cards and high market video cards, which is a good news considering that even today the aging Radeon RX 580 is the most affordable graphics processor that can be purchased for less than NIS 1,000 - but A fresh report declares That the departure of the director of the graphic division last year and some other key characters are doing their own, and Did not appear in practice before October 2019.

B- We were assured that the development process of the E- Ended last year - but that still doesn't guarantee there will be delays on the way to commercial and mass production

Previous estimates talked about the possibility of launching Navi models at the beginning of the current year, or at the latest at the Computex show in June, partly due to estimates that the enhanced Vega cores at 7 nm will never be offered to gamers - but we actually got Vega VII at the upper end due to a delay. In the Navi design process, it will push it close to the first dedicated video cards from home , Ostensibly.

Could we see more new Vega-based video cards in 7 nm lithography? We certainly hope so - otherwise the situation in the graphics processing market can become very problematic for both And for the buyers themselves

If the reports are accurate, it seems that Enjoy another year (or almost a year) of unrivaled technological advantage at all levels that will enable it to launch the GTX models of the Turing generation without a significant challenge in the environment and without particular concern for the generation of the G- Which will naturally affect the consumer prices we receive, and not in a way that most will like.

So what do you think the global GPU market will look like in the coming quarters? Let's share your comments.

Back to top button