The last few days have seen an upsurge in rumours regarding AMD’s new graphics cards. At CES 2019 in January, the Texas-based chipmaker is rumoured to be presenting the Radeon RX 3080 based on the new Navi GPU architecture. The RX 3080 and many more gaming graphics cards from AMD look to be on the way, all of which seem to be based on the new 7 nm node. The combination of new architecture and a refreshed node is likely to be a game changer when it comes to gaming performance – and all at a remarkably low TDP.
Update: New Navi Graphics Cards!
CES will be taking place between 8.01. and 12.01.2019 in Las Vegas. CES is one of the largest exhibitions for electronics companies in the world of PC hardware outside of Computex in Taipei. It also happens to be one of the most popular events for introducing new products. The Texan chip manufacturer AMD will - if rumours are true - use the show to demonstrate their brand new 7 nm graphics cards and processor series: Ryzen 3000 and Radeon RX 3000.
Rumour mill: New AMD GPUs and CPUs at CES 2019?