New Upcoming ATI/AMD GPU's Thread: Leaks, Hopes & Aftermarket GPU's Part 2

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by WhiteLightning, Sep 28, 2018.

  1. Maddness

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    Sounds awesome. I still have my doubts about 7nm Vega consumer card though. I would rather it be 7nm Navi 10 GPU.

    Really really looking forward to RyZen 2 CPU's. I've been holding out for an upgrade and this will be it.
     
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    Will the new Radeons on 7nm be on the level of top Nvidia cards?
     
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    The early ones, very unlikely. There is a second Navi due in 2020 that should be up there somewhere.
     
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    Oh in 2020 AMD will be like 4 years behind Nvidia :p
     

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    Yeah but, they are both a aiming at different markets. Nvidia is focused on the high end, enthusiast markets. AMD is focused on mid range and entry level.
     
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    They are also making components for playstation 5 ?
     
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    "AMD claims Navi will compete with Nvidia’s high-end… is it a more powerful GPU than we thought?"
    https://www.pcgamesn.com/amd-navi-high-end-more-powerful-gpu-than-expected

    [...]I asked if that meant his goal for Navi was to get back to the days where now-AMD would be fighting it out with Nvidia for the top-GPU bragging rights, and he absolutely agreed (David Wang). Which would be quite the thing, and somewhat counter to what we thought we knew about where the Navi GPUs are going to be positioned.[...]

    Now THAT would be awesome!
     
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    AMD Navi: BoardDesign is already completed?

    AMD Navi: Sampling phase has started


    The latest rumors around Navi come from the 3DCenter forum . This is spoken by "Navi Full" (Navi 10) and "Navi Mid" (Navi 12). The designations basically coincide with earlier rumors.
    According to this information, AMD is currently in the sampling phase and is said to have completed the board design shortly before Christmas.
    Previous information has assumed that the board partners should receive the respective samples much later.

    Nevertheless, the release for Navi 12 should take place at the end of the second quarter of 2019 and for Navi 10 in the middle of the third quarter of 2019, which in principle seems contradictory.
    However, it should be noted that the statements from the forum are probably not primary sources, but have been passed on. The release dates could have changed accordingly - if the rumors surround the sampling phase - and are therefore preferred.
    Nevertheless, this information should be treated with extreme caution.
    For CES 2019 AMD may provide new information about Navi and may show a new release window.
     

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    I'm still hoping for a first 1/4 Navi 10 release. I hope so anyway.
     
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    New Video from AdoredTV about upcoming AMD CPU's and GPUs:

     
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    Samsung Reveals their CRG9 5120x1440 Ultrawide FreeSync 2 HDR Display

    Samsung is upping their ultra-wide monitor game, bringing to the table their 32:9 CRG9 gaming display, offering a 2x 1440p resolution of 5120x1440 and a refresh rate of 120Hz.

    On top of these impressive resolution and refresh rate specs is the display's FreeSync 2 HDR certification,
    as well as Samsung's use of Quantum Dot panel and "outstanding local dimming" to deliver 1,000 nits of peak brightness and an "exceptionally wide range" of colour reproduction.

    Sadly, Samsung has not listed this display's full specifications, though it appears as if the CRG9 aims to meet the DisplayHDR 1000 standard, with FreeSync 2 support ensuring Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) support as well as low-latency inputs, a must for PC gamers.

    The screen itself is 49 inches in size, offering a 1,800mm screen curvature, making the screen ideal for both office use and by gamers (an ultra-wide 49-inch flat panel would not be comfortable to look at).
    Input-wise the screen offers two DisplayPort connections as well as a single HDMI port. USB 3.0 and headphone connectivity options are also available.

    At this time Samsung has not revealed the release date of pricing for their Ultra-wide CRG9 monitor.
    More information about Samsung's 2019 range of PC displays is expected to be available during CES 2019.

    Hmm, it seems that Samsung have good insights ;) is this Vega2 Ready Monitor?
    I need 27-28" 1440p or 1600p with this specs :rolleyes:

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    GIGABYTE AORUS to Introduce 10-bit, 144 Hz IPS FreeSync Monitor at CES 2019

    GIGABYTE's gaming brand AORUS has been expanding its product portfolio to just about any piece of kit a PC gamer can and will buy.
    From graphics cards to motherboards, RAM, and all manner of peripherals, there's little pieces of hardware that were missing - and AORUS is apparently preparing the last piece of the puzzle in the form of a FreeSync compatible monitor.

    The first teases happened two months ago, with full pictures of the monitor's design and OSD.
    Now, AORUS UK has started to tease and market their upcoming product in a series of (until now) two tweets (whether or not that makes a series may be debatable).
    There's RGB lighting throughout the carcass of the monitor, a 90º swivel, gaming features such as Aim Stabilizer, Black Equalizer and Super Resolution, and if the teases are anything to go by (and they should be), the panel should be of the 10-bit type.

    The diagonal isn't known as of yet, but 144Hz FreeSync on a 10-bit panel really is appetizing.
    Expect more details on January 16th.

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    VESA Introduces DisplayHDR True Black High Dynamic Range Standard for OLED Displays

    The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA ) today introduced its new DisplayHDR True Black high dynamic range (HDR) standard, a variant on VESA's widely adopted High-Performance Monitor and Display Compliance Test Specification (DisplayHDR).
    The new standard has been optimized for emissive display technologies, including organic light emitting diode (OLED) and future microLED displays.

    DisplayHDR True Black allows for up to 100X deeper black levels in addition to a greater dynamic range and a 4X improvement in rise time compared to VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 performance tier.
    This enables a visually stunning experience for home theater and gaming enthusiasts in subdued lighting environments. DisplayHDR and DisplayHDR True Black are the display industry's first fully open standards specifying HDR quality for LCD and emissive displays, respectively.
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    VESA also announced today that it has added a new 500 performance level to both the DisplayHDR and the DisplayHDR True Black standards to address the need for thin, ultra-lightweight HDR laptops.
    The new 500 level includes local dimming as well as the same color gamut, black level and bit-depth requirements associated with the 600 and 1000 levels with a small decrease in luminance compared to the 600 level, to bring about better thermal control in displays for super-thin notebooks.
    While the new 500 level is optimized for very small, ultra-slim displays, it actually applies to all resolutions and screen sizes, including those used in monitors.

    Accelerated DisplayHDR Adoption Sets Stage for True Black
    Since its introduction a year ago, VESA's DisplayHDR standard has seen widespread and growing adoption among LCD display OEMs. To date, nearly three dozen displays across nine display OEMs have been released to market with DisplayHDR certification.
    Many more are expected to be introduced in the coming months. With the introduction of the new DisplayHDR True Black standard, VESA anticipates a similarly strong adoption curve among OLED display OEMs as has occurred with the DisplayHDR standard.

    "Embracing the new DisplayHDR True Black standard, OLED is the ideal display technology for mixing bright highlights with deep, true blacks, so consumers can create extraordinary content or simply appreciate incredibly breathtaking imagery on their PCs,
    " said Jeremy Yun, vice president, OLED Marketing Team, Samsung Display Company. "The new standard, when coupled with VESA's DisplayHDR logo program, will show consumers that True Black represents a highly important step in enhancing gaming,
    TV or movie watching, as well as viewing and editing of photos and videos. Users can see and feel a dynamic range that yields a superior high-end HDR experience."

    Deeper Black Levels with DisplayHDR True Black Standard
    On LCD displays, what is considered "black" is actually a dark grey tone, which is a result of minor light leakage common with these displays.
    VESA defined the new DisplayHDR True Black specification with emissive displays in mind to bring the permissible black level down to 0.0005 cd/m2 - the lowest level that can be effectively measured with industry-standard colorimeters.
    For gamers and movie watchers in subdued lighting environments, displays adhering to the DisplayHDR True Black specification can provide incredibly accurate shadow detail and dramatic increases in dynamic range (up to 50X depending on lighting condition) for a truly remarkable visual experience.

    "When VESA unveiled the original DisplayHDR standard, we recognized that display technologies were quickly evolving, and we immediately set to work on developing a new open HDR standard for OLED and other emissive display technologies," stated Roland Wooster,
    chairman of the VESA task group responsible for DisplayHDR, and the association's representative from Intel Corporation for HDR display technology. "
    On behalf of all of the VESA member companies that contributed to the DisplayHDR True Black specification, I'm pleased to say that we are fulfilling our promise with today's announcement.
    We're extremely proud of this incredible, high contrast and high dynamic range standard.
    Consumers benefit from the transparency of the DisplayHDR True Black specification and logo, which makes it clear that they're getting a display that yields huge performance improvements in subdued lighting environments."

    Added Wooster, "We're also very excited to include the new 500 performance tier for the DisplayHDR and DisplayHDR True Black standards, which provides true local dimming, high color quality and a high contrast ratio at the lowest price point and thermal impact for display OEMs.
    This combination makes the 500 level ideal for ultra-thin notebook designs, but it's equally applicable to monitors as well."
     

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    :p Replaced to last.
     
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    The RyZen leaks look pretty damn good. Now we just need Navi to look the same. I really hope that it will end up a hardware launch straight after the announcement.
     
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    ZEN2 for me ;) -> will upgrade in summer time.
    8/16 up to 10/20 -> no need for more, BFV takes most of them cores (max 10 if im correct)
     
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