AMD introduced the world’s first 7-nm graphics processor that can be installed in a new Mac

AMD introduced a new GPU next-generation Radeon VII at CES 2019. The world’s first graphics card with 7-nanometer processor.

Radeon VII will go on sale February 7 at a price of 699 U.S. dollars. They boast the following characteristics:

  • 7-nm process technology
  • 3840 threads
  • 16 GB of memory
  • Throughput of 1 TB/s
  • AMD FreeSync2 HDR

The architecture of Vega second-generation Radeon VII provides higher performance than previous proposals companies such as RX Vega 64. New product designed for games in the resolution 4K above 60FPS and is seen as a direct competitor to Nvidia RTX 2080.

AMD notes that compared to the fastest consumer graphics card — Radeon RX 64 Vega, its new graphics processor delivers improved 29% gaming performance. The performance when using demanding applications to create content higher by 36%.

“AMD Radeon VII is the most productive of gaming graphics card we’ve ever created. It is designed for gamers, creators, and enthusiasts who need ultra-high image quality, uncompromising performance and exciting gameplay,” said Scott Herkelman, Director General Radeon Technologies Group.

After the announcement, many analysts and journalists expressed the opinion that the hardware Radeon VII may appear in future Apple computers such as Mac Pro or iMac Pro.

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