AMD introduced the Radeon Vega VII at CES 2019 in Las Vegas! CEO Lisa Su presented a fascinating talk concerning the first 7 nm gaming graphics card. The Vega 20 GPU-based graphics card is rumoured to boost up to 1.800 MHz and come with 16 GB HBM2-VRAM. The Radeon Vega VII could arrive in February and offer, according to AMD, in up to 42 percent more FPS in games than the Vega 64.
AMD Radeon Vega VII: The first 7 nm gaming graphics card!
AMD's Raven Ridge APUs combine a Ryzen processor with an integrated Vega GPU. In addition to many optimisations when compared to previous generations of APU, Raven Ridge offers significant improvements in terms of performance and efficiency along with a lower TDP. Both new 2000-series Ryzen APUs support RAM clocked at up to 2.933 MHz.