According to the leaked AMD’s GPU architecture roadmap, Vega is coming just after Polaris next year.
Known as Greenland, Vega 10 will reportedly feature 4096 stream processors along with all-new SOC v15 architecture. As leading chip of first graphics IP v9.0 generation, Vega is using 14nm FinFET process technology which means improved power efficiency, and 8GB of HBM2 running at 1000MHz, while the memory interface is set as 4096-bit. The doubled memory clock makes sure that a significant increase of memory interface is no longer a bottleneck.
But these specs have yet to be confirmed. Actually, we think it’s not impressive enough if AMD is looking to compete against NVIDIA’s next-gen GPUs with it.
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