During today’s CES 2019 keynote, Lisa Su’s presented the Radeon VII, the successor to AMD’s current top performing video card, the Vega 64. The new card is aptly named Radeon VII, as reference to it being the first card to be produced on a 7 nm process.
Today, AMD released the second generation mobile Ryzen, a new Athlon cpu and 7th generation A-series mobile processors aimed at ultra-thin, mainstream, and Chromebook laptops.
During the Computex keynote, AMD revealed the very first 7 nm gpu. The Vega gpu sample was powering a Radeon Instinct accelerator card with 32 GB of high bandwidth memory (hbm2).
UDOO, the Italian manufacturer of ‘maker’ boards, launched their first Ryzen Embedded single board computer on Kickstarter today. The UDOO Bolt features unprecedented cpu and graphics power, never before seen in a single board computer.
According to entries in the 3DMark database, a lot can be expected from AMD’s next-gen Vega 20 based graphic card offerings.
In Januari this year, Intel unveiled the Kaby Lake-G chip. Integrating for the first time, an Intel laptop chip with a AMD Vega RX-series gpu. After five months, no manufacturer apart from Intel and the usual suspects Dell and HP, has even announced let alone delivered a Kaby Lake-G product. Notebookcheck.net think they found the reason…