AMD has hosted the Next Horizon event, dedicated to the company’s future advanced products, in particular, the world’s first graphics processor, based on the 7-nm process technology. This is a new version of the graphics processor Vega. The graphic processor Vega 7nm, as AMD itself calls it, has an area of only 331 mm2, but at the same time, 13.23 billion transistors are located on it.
Movements necessary if what Nvidia wants is to have a good market share, and that the low prices of the new batch of graphics cards, AMD was winning the game with Polaris models. What we found is a version of the Nvidia GeForce 1060 GTX will serve more than to the needs of the general public, without doing much damage in his pocket.
AMD surprised an Nvidia quite grown by the power of its latest graphics, it was with a RX 480 was the coming- out of the Polaris platform. The proposal surprised to be considerably cheaper than what the competition offers, while maintaining a very high level of power with the need to deal with virtual reality level.
Polaris as the family grows, and AMD has decided to introduce new members in such important as the stage E3 2016, where all players have their eye. Specifically are two models that have been advanced: Radeon RX RX 470 and 460, both under the RX480 in performance, and therefore also have a lower price.
In addition to its integrated graphics, AMD has introduced its new AMD APU Pro, which will release both desktop and notebook computers and aims to provide business users with increased performance. They have been designed thinking about getting the most out of Windows 10 so that the first laptops to integrate these CPU natively take the latest operating system from Microsoft.