AMD Confirms Big Navi RDNA 2 GPU Radeon RX Graphics Cards, Coming To PC Before Next-Gen Consoles

published 03.06.2020 22:18

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AMD has confirmed that its RDNA 2 'Big Navi' GPU will be coming to Radeon RX graphics cards for the PC platform before next-generation consoles from Sony Microsoft.

AMD RNDA 2 GPU Powered Navi 2X Graphics Cards Coming To The PC Platform Before Next-Gen Consoles - Includes Halo 'Big Navi' Graphics Card Too During the webcast, David revealed that AMD will be focusing on delivering its RDNA 2 GPUs to the PC platform first in the form of its enthusiast Navi 2X powered Radeon RX graphics card.

Here's Everything We Know About RDNA 2 Based Radeon RX Navi 2X Desktop GPUs The AMD RDNA 2 based Radeon RX Navi 2x graphics card family is also touted to disrupt the 4K gaming segment similar to how Ryzen disrupted the entire CPU landscape.

A recent rumor hinted that only AMD's high-end RDNA 2 GPU lineup would feature ray-tracing technology on hardware-level whereas the entry-tier and mainstream lineup will focus on higher performance efficiency, similar to how NVIDIA distinguishes its GeForce RTX and GeForce GTX line of Turing graphics cards.

Some of the features to expect from 2nd Generation RDNA Navi GPUs would be: Optimized 7nm process node Enthusiast-grade desktop graphics card options Hardware-Level Ray Tracing Support A mix of GDDR6 and HBM2 graphics cards More power-efficient than First-Gen Navi GPUs One of the key features on the Big Navi Radeon RX GPU is that it is going to disrupt the 4K gaming segment, similar to how Ryzen disrupted the entire CPU segment.