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The new information leaked by Chiphell leaker Wjm47196 suggests that AMD's next-generation RDNA Navi GPU will appear at CES 2020.
Chiphell users were very accurate before. Leaks like Polaris 30 (Radeon RX 590) were released in the fourth quarter of 2018, Radeon VII in the first quarter, and 7nm Navi cards in 2019. This period of history makes the rumors more likely to be true, and of course it has not been officially confirmed.
According to user Chiphell, AMD plans to preview its RDNA-based second-generation Radeon RX Navi GPU product line at the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show. This is very meaningful, because this is a major event for the launch of the 2020 product line, some of which will include Zen 3 and second-generation RDNA products for the core, enthusiast, notebook and server markets.
We have already seen that the RDNA 2 GPU architecture is being designed and will be released sometime in 2020. Therefore, we can say that this leak is almost confirmed.
The 2nd Gen RDNA Navi GPU will have:
Unfortunately, we don't know much about RDNA 2. Besides the information above, all we have are rumors. AMD has officially mentioned that ray tracing will be available on their next-gen GPU lineup, so we know this will be involved.
We also know that its next-generation RDNA architecture will have hardware-level integration to support real-time ray tracing of games.
AMD seems to want to bring its RDNA 2 to the highest frequency spectrum on the market. Currently, the first-generation RDNA GPU performs well between $300-$500. We are likely to see various enthusiast designs based on RDNA 2 Radeon RX series graphics cards.
Considering all this, it seems like the new GPU will be at the same level as NVIDIA's RTX technology, which we saw in their GeForce RTX 20 series last year.
This means it will compete with NVIDIA's RTX 2080 SUPER, which will be interesting, especially when the NVIDIA 7nm GPU is expected to launch in 2020 as well. There are also rumors that NVIDIA will release a faster RTX 2080 Ti next. year so this is another thing AMD may have to deal with.
We look forward to seeing what the big names in store for us next year. Can AMD keep the crown of the market? Let us know what you think!