AMD Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12 and Vega 20 Rumors and Discussion

Discussion in 'Architecture and Products' started by ToTTenTranz, Sep 20, 2016.

  1. CarstenS

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    Isn't that an up-to frequency? Same ballpark as Radeon VII, which is 7nm Vega as well.
     
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    Drat, forgot that the current Vega APU's are on 14 nm.
     
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    The bigger question is what are the other tweaks made to the architecture. They quoted "nearly 60% faster" cores, but clocks explain only 25 of those 60% so there's 35 from something else.
     
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    Is there a footnote coming with „nearly 60% faster“? Could be a combination of higher clocks, lower power and vastly (45%) faster memory.
     
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    Oh, right, they did mention LPDDR4X
     
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    There would be little point doing big ass chip like that into datacenters if it didn't.

    Agreed, so I answered here instead, mods could add Arcturus to the title
     
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