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AMD Reveals Its Ace In The Hole: The Radeon VII
The graphics card market has been in the clouds lately, with the rise and crash of cryptocurrency as well as the introduction of Nvidiaâ€™s next-gen cards, the RTX lineup, AMD wasnâ€™t one to stay silent, releasing a brand-new lineup to go head-on against Team Greenâ€™s new stack of cards.
Dubbed the Radeon VII, it brings to the table a flurry of features and the specs are astounding as well. The Radeon VII is described to perform exceptionally especially for the latest triple-A titles, esports as well as VR games. The new card is also a powerhouse for getting those demanding 3D rendering and video applications done.
The Radeon VII is designed and built on the enhanced second-generation Vega architecture. So, you can already imagine the power behind the beautiful design. Whatâ€™s more impressive is that the Radeon VII has TWICE the memory and TWICE the memory bandwidth compared to its predecessor, the Radeon RX Vega 64. This means the card has more than enough power for demanding content such as high-refresh HDR gaming at 1080p, ultrawide 1440p and 4K while propelling next-generation photo and visual creation applications on vibrant 8K monitors.
AMD claims that the card is aimed towards gamers, content creators and enthusiasts. To prove that, these are some of the benchmark tests done against Nvidia’s RTX 2080:
AMDâ€™s competitor against the RTX has a tall wall to climb, but with the features announced, it has its own tricks up its sleeve.
The features include:
Radeon VII is now available to purchase on AMD.com for $699 USD (~2,844 MYR). AMD also offers a bundle aptly named the â€˜Raise the Game Fully Loadedâ€™ bundle, which awards buyers of the Radeon VII or a Radeon VII powered PC a complimentary PC version of some of the most anticipated games of 2019. These includeÂ Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5, and The Division 2. A pretty good deal, if I should say so myself.