Radeon IV isn't just targeted to gamers though, content creators will be excited to see an nearly 30 percent boost in performance across a swag of common content creation software. According to AMD, the 7nm Radeon 7 will offer slightly better performance than Nvidia's RTX 2080 in DX11 and DX12 games, with significantly better performance in games that use Vulcan.
The AMD Radeon VII graphics cards deliver outstanding performance thanks to its unbelievable 60 compute units running at up to 1.8GHz and a massive 16GB of memory with industry-leading 1TB/sec bandwidth.
Harnessing 7nm technology already in the machine-learning marketplace, AMD is to massage the extant Radeon Instinct 50 professional card into a gaming GPU known simply as Radeon VII, set to cost $699.
Su also showed the CPU itself, and discussed how it was different from any other AMD chips you may have seen. That means AMD Radeon FreeSync, AMD FreeSync 2 HDR, along with a 4,096-bit memory interface.
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Extreme gaming performance: The AMD Radeon VII graphics card delivers exceptional performance in DirectX 12- and Vulkan-based games, including up to 35 percent higher performance in Battlefield V, and up to 42 percent higher performance in Strange Brigade, compared to the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card.
AMD is billing the Radeon VII as the go-to card for content creators as well, showing more than 25 percent performance increases across Blender, DaVinci Resolve 15, and Adobe Premiere. We'll get a chance to test out the Radeon VII soon, so we'll know just how anxious Nvidia should be. AMD claims 4x floating-point performance and 2x performance per socket compared to current generation Intel Xeon 8180 CPUs. The Radeon VII also supports HDR gaming at 1080p, ultrawide 1440p and 4K, and 8K monitors. Now it's even better than to its available eighth-generation Intel Core i9 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 20-series graphics.
Responding to Huang's comments about Radeon VII, AMD's Su said: "What I would say is that we're very excited about Radeon VII, and I would probably suggest that he hasn't seen it yet".