AMD recently announced the availability of world’s first 7nm gaming graphics card, the, bringing exceptional performance and amazing experiences for the latest AAA, eSports and VR titles, demanding 3D rendering and video applications, as well as next-gen compute workloads.
Built on the enhanced second-generation Vega architecture, the Radeon VII provides 2X the memory and 2.1X the memory bandwidth compared to the Radeon RX Vega 64. Enabling maximum settings for extreme framerates at the highest resolutions, the Radeon VII provides seamless, high-refresh HDRgaming at 1080p, ultrawide 1440p and 4K, while propelling next-generation photo and visual creation applications on vibrant 8K monitors.
Describing the advantage Radeon VII offers, the Managing Director at Massive Entertainment, a Ubisoft Studio, David Polfeldt said “As we strive to create more visually complex and immersive worlds for gamers, we’ll need an increasing amount of memory capacity as well as computational horsepower to bring these adventures to life. This is why, for elite PC specs, we’re recommending 11GB of GPU memory for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, to make sure gamers have the best possible experience. With world class performance and double the memory of existing GPUs, Radeon VII unlocks incredible new lifelike visuals for the latest games today and well into the future.”