Introduction: Yesterday AMD released a new graphics card based on its second-generation Vega architecture, priced at $ 700 Radeon VII. The GPU is the first product available to consumers based on the 7nm process.
Yesterday AMD released a new graphics card based on its second-generation Vega architecture, priced at $ 700 Radeon VII. The GPU is the first product available to consumers based on the 7nm process.
Smaller processes tend to be faster and more energy efficient, which means that in theory it can be faster than a GPU with a larger process, such as the first generation Vega GPU (14nm) or Nvidia's RTX 20 series. (12nm).
Just a few days ago, Nvidia was preparing to introduce the RTX 2080 series into gaming laptops.
AMD's new chip is designed to compete with Nvidia's RTX 2080, but the outspoken Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang laughed at the competition.
At the round table attended by Gizmodo and other media, Huang said AMD's statement was "disappointing" and announced that the RTX 2080 would "shatter" AMD's Radeon VII in benchmarking. Huang believes that AMD's latest GPU "has a bad performance."
While Nvidia is focusing on the ray tracing of its latest RTX 2080 GPU, the company has worked with companies such as Microsoft to develop the technology over the past 10 years.
AMD CEO Lisa Su responded to Huang’s comments yesterday but refused to get involved in this war of words. Su said: "Today consumers have not seen much benefit because the rest of the ecosystem is not yet ready. I think consumers will see the benefits when we talk more about ray tracing."[123 ]At present, many games have not seen ray tracing technology, but more and more games are beginning to use Nvidia's Deep Learning super sampling (DLSS) technology, using supercomputer fields before the game is released. Scan the game and find the most efficient way to render the image. Anthem will be released next month. This is the latest game that promises to support DLSS. Its features can enhance the game performance of Nvidia's latest RTX graphics card.
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