Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Netherwind, Aug 20, 2018.
Underwhelming if true, but hardly surprising...
Where does it say OC?
Vega Instinct for Servers has nothing to do with desktop GPU's and this is a 400 watt part according to AMD.
Lol, fake. No link and no supporting drivers yet.
Don't expect consumer 7nm GPUs before 2020..
I like the points they make, in the end, if AMD delivers something that can run games in 4k at 80-100fps, at a fraction of Turing cost, it will be hugely popular. I definitely will go for performance over ray tracing.
Unless Nvidia will instantly counter AMD's release with the release of their own non-ray tracing cards. GTX 2000 series still can happen.
My nose says 2019...
AMD plans to release by end of 2018 both their non-consumer 7nm CPU's and GPU's, hence its most likely that we will see consumer segment 7nm parts by Q2-Q3 2019.
There won't be any AMD consumer segment GPU's until 2020 except for rebrands.
Edit: Let's keep this thread "clean". Any AMD related items kindly start a thread in the AMD section.
Thanks for very interesting video, I like gamers nexus videos and I also agree with their points in regards to RTX. I bet Nv is releasing now 2080ti because they know already now how fast 7nm AMD GPU's will be, and they want to sell as much 2080ti as they can before AMD will release their 7nm beast. Otherwise Nv would hold 2080ti for launch for couple of months after GTX 2080 (the way they have done it before).
we know they will they always hold their cards close.
but what will amd do?
will they boost performance on the 5xx card replacement? that might put it to close to the vega replacments so they need to distance the top end cards or it wont work for them.
did not mean to go off topic
Why not both, can't see they wouldn't release both new RX and Vega series.
Gentlemen if you like to discuss AMD Radeon products, please do so in the AMD section, thank you.
BTW I wonder if guru3d tech guys already have 2080ti and maybe they can share with us some interesting thoughts that wouldnt violate agreement with Nvidia. One guy from hardware canucks already said 2080ti will not dissapoint performance wise, and guy from tech radar even said 2080ti was running new and demanding games in 4K at 60fps, and battlefield 5 in particular with more than 100fps.
There's an NDA that keeps Hilbert from saying much before the 14th. In 10 days we'll get our infos and reviews by Hilbert, so let's just have patience
Any mention of the driver used?