Currently, RTX 2080 is a mountain that AMD can’t climb. However, at cesyl CES, CEO Dr. Su Zifeng hinted that High Energy Navi is fully prepared to support ray tracing and is expected to be available this year. Board manufacturers revealed that the performance of the large core Navi is very excellent, dare not say beyond, at least with the NV’s RTX flagship card on par.
This statement appears to be further corroborated, and AMD raised its hand directly to “destroy” the RTX 2080 Ti.
In the OpenVR Test Ladder list, an unrecognized Radeon graphics card has emerged that surpassed the RTX 2080 Ti at the same 1512×1680 resolution (HTC Vive) (Note, RTX 2070 ranked first because of low resolution refresh rate, GTX 1660 Ti-like), in terms of frames alone, leads between 17% and 18.5%.
However, a little strange, from the CPU identification number, the test platform’s processor is Ryzen 7 4800H, actually not desktop style.
Combined with AMD’s graphics product roadmap analysis, the Large Core Navi should be based on the 7nm plus RDNA2 architecture, hoping to learn more about this year’s Taipei Computer Show, E3 Conference, Cologne Games Show and other events.