AMD’s new graphics card certified: RTX 2080 Ti killer finally arrives

AMD reiterated a few days ago that Radeon graphics, which will launch a new generation of RDNA2 architecturethis this year, will return to the high-end graphics market, which is the legendary NVIDIA Killer’s big-name Navi flagship card. The latest sign is that AMD’s new card is not far away, and yesterday it was certified by South Korea’s RRA Radio Authority.

All-powerful netizens unearthed the news of AMD’s latest graphics card, found AMD’s new card information on the website of the Korea RRA Radio Authority, and only passed the certification on February 3rd, which is absolutely fresh.

AMD's new graphics card certified: RTX 2080 Ti killer finally arrives

However, this certification page does not see any specific information, several ID numbers are not clear so, and the company name or ATI, so the detailed explosion also have to wait to see.

According to AMD’s previous statement, AMD will announce the next generation of graphics cards at an analyst meeting on March 5 this year, and Mithun Chandrasekhar, head of Radeon’s product line, stresses that “the Radeon 5000 series graphics card has covered 90 percent of the current demand for gamers.” This is the reason there is no 4K game graphics card, because the mainstream is still 1080p, 1440p resolution. So do we have to pursue 4K and break the 4K record? Absolutely, that’s all I can say now. “

AMD's new graphics card certified: RTX 2080 Ti killer finally arrives

Earlier, the specifications of the big Navi graphics card were also compromised, with up to 80 sets of CU units (5120 stream processors) built in, twice as many as the RX 5700 XT. It is also 1/4 higher than the Vega-class 64 sets of CU units with a core area of up to 505mm2 and is expected to achieve RTX 2080 Ti.

AMD's new graphics card certified: RTX 2080 Ti killer finally arrives

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