AMD today unveiled the Radeon VII at CES 2019, the world’s first 7nm gaming graphics card. It’s designed to deliver exceptional performance and amazing experiences for the latest AAA, esports and Virtual Reality (VR) titles. The GPU is built on the enhanced second-generation AMD ‘Vega’ architecture and provides 2X the memory, 2.1X the memory bandwidth, up to 29 percent higher gaming performance on average, as well as 36 percent higher performance on average in content creation applications compared to the current top-of-the-line RX Vega 64 graphics card. This means gamers will be able to turn on maximum settings for extreme framerates at the highest resolutions while providing seamless, high-refresh HDR5 gaming at 1080p, ultrawide 1440p and 4K. Read more for the live unveil video from CES 2019 and additional information.
Dell’s Alienware Area 51 2nd Generation Threadripper Edition will combine the new AMD Radeon VII graphics cards with 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors to deliver insane performance for superior gaming experiences in 4K. Plus, professional eSports gaming team, Fnatic, will use AMD Radeon VII graphics cards in its high-performance gaming PCs for training and online competitions. It’s expected to be available beginning February 7, 2019 priced at $699 USD.
AMD Radeon VII is the highest-performance gaming graphics card we ever created. It is designed for gamers, creators and enthusiasts who demand ultra-high quality visuals, uncompromising performance and immersive gaming experiences,” said Scott Herkelman, corporate vice president and general manager, Radeon Technologies Group at AMD.