AMD Launches The Radeon VII Graphics Card Specs Comparison

AMD Radeon Vega VII Specs Comparison:

Graphics CardAMD Radeon R9 Fury XAMD Radeon Vega 64AMD Radeon Vega VII
GPUFiji XTVega 10Vega 20
Process Node28nm14nm7nm
Compute Units646460
Stream Processors409640963840
Raster Operators6464128
Texture Mapping Units256256240
Clock Speed (Peak)1050 MHz1677 MHz (Liquid)1800 MHz
FP32 Compute8.6 TFLOPs13.7 TFLOPs (Liquid)13.8 TFLOPs
Memory (VRAM)4 GB HBM8 GB HBM216 GB HBM2
Memory Bus4096-bit2048-bit4096-bit
Memory Bandwidth512 GB/s484 GB/s1 TB/s
TDP275W350W (Liquid)300W
PowerDual 8 PinDual 8 PinDual 8 Pin
Price$649 US$699 US (Liquid)$699 US
Launch201520172019


CES 2019 marks the first time AMD has ever given a keynote at the international trade show -- so naturally, you'd expect the company's debut conference to be packed. On Wednesday morning, AMD President and CEO Lisa Su didn't disappoint, talking up the company's upcoming third-gen Ryzen desktop CPUs, the new Epyc Rome chips for data centers and how, in partnership with Acer and HP, it debuted the first ever AMD-powered Chromebooks.


AMD's biggest announcement of the show, however, is clearly the Radeon VII: The world's first 7-nanometer gaming graphics card.
Thinking about an upgrade? Expect a Vega-based GPU with 16GB of HBM2 memory and over 1TBps of bandwidth. Basically, enough horsepower that the company feels comfortable making some big promises.
At a separate press conference at CES 2019, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang threw some shade at AMD, calling the announcement underwhelming. 
Su, in a follow-up interview after the keynote, said she was confident about her products
To prove this point, AMD trotted out a 4K demo of Devil May Cry 5 during the conference. We don't have the full benchmark for how the game performed, but it was gorgeous at a glance. Su says the 4K demo was running "well above" 60 fps -- leaving no doubt that the new GPU will be able to handle Dante's next adventure when it launches later this year. 
The Radeon VII is due to launch on Feb. 7 at an MSRP of $699 (roughly £550 or AU$975). It's not the most expensive GPU on the market right there (hi, Nvidia), but you can still breathe easy if it leaves you with a light pocketbook: Radeon VII buyers will also get copies of The Division 2, Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake and Devil May Cry 5.

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