Radeon VII supply will be less than 100 cards per country

  • Radeon VII supply will be less than 100 cards per country

Radeon VII supply will be less than 100 cards per country

A month after unveiling the 2019 line of Ryzen, Athlon, A-Series Processors for mobile PCs, AMD has now announced the availability of the AMD Radeon VII graphics card - the world's first 7nm gaming graphics card. This graphics card makes the leap from the 14 nm process seen in the Radeon RX Vega 56 and 64 to the 7 nm process, an important advance that, together with small touches at the silicon level, has allowed AMD to give an important boost to performance by maintaining a consumption that places it at nearly the same level as the Radeon RX Vega 64.

Performance to drive 3D rendering, video editing applications and next-generation compute workloads, including up to 27 percent higher performance in Blender, up to 27 percent higher performance in DaVinci Resolve 15 and up to 62 percent higher performance in the LuxMark benchmark compared to Radeon Vega 64. There is 16GB HMB2 with 1 TB/s memory bandwidth and a 4,096-bit memory interface enable ultra-high resolution textures, hyper-realistic settings and life-like characters, claims AMD. It comes with Radeon FreeSync which offers adaptive sync gaming display and supports up to 550 displays as of late for smooth, stutter-free gaming. Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR offers more than 2X better brightness and colour volume compared to sRGB.

We say in theory because, as we will see below, it is a half-truth that has many nuances. AMD will be using GDDR6 memory which will see AMD having many more Navi cards than Radeon VII, which are according to our exclusive story, less than 5000 units in total.

If the estimation of a BOM number of $650 is true, AMD is technically losing money on every Radeon VII card it sells, which doesn't make any sense.

Price: 54,990. It includes three games: Resident Evil 2 Remake, The Divison 2 and Devil May Cry 5.