Recent leaks have strongly recommended that we see new Ryzen desktop processors and APUs intended for laptop at CES 2019, but we can also get a bonus bonanza of new Radeon graphics as well.
Wccftech claims to have received a confirmation of the introduction of a new Radeon graphics card, which may be just the introduction to 7nm Vega II GPUs. AMD has previously stated that it will introduce a 7nm graphics architecture, and the company has just done so with its Radeon Instinct GPU in the corporate market.
More recently, we saw that AMD trademarked a new Vega II logo – even though AMD was able to quickly and quickly introduce another generation of Polaris graphics cards.
Anyway, we are happy to see new graphics cards from AMD after a relatively quiet year of GPU releases in 201
] What seems a bit more secure is AMD's plans to introduce new CPUs and APUs at CES 2019.
7nm desktops work as a security given that AMD is on track to introduce 7nm processors after 12nm Ryzen 2nd Generation chips. It also helps a new leak inflate throughout Ryzen 3rd Generation starts with quad-core input level processors leading up to some of the first mainstream 16-core CPUs.
An upcoming Picasso series APUs that assemble AMD's 12nm processors with a new generation of classic Vega graphics all work together, but also as well. These new chips are said to drive a new generation of laptops, including the next-generation Surface laptop, as well as a streaming iteration of the next Xbox.
If these rumors are true or not, we certainly know that AMD will have an action packed CES 2019, you can bet we will be there to report everything you need to know.
- However, the Nvidia Turing family of graphics cards is getting bigger and bigger