Leaked slides warn of Vega delays
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May not be here until the first half of 2017

A batch of slides from an AMD investor presentation suggests that the outfit has put the brakes on Vega cards for the enthusiast market.

Nvidia Volta gets 16nm FinFET treatment
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While Vega sticks with 14nm

A little birdie told us that Nvidia is giving its Volta the 16nm FinFET treatment. This product uses stacked DRAM too so it looks like the whole thing will be pretty bleeding edge.

AMD RX 470 and RX 460 specification slides leaked
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Highend Vega GPU coming in 2017

A set of new slides leaked online has confirmed most of the specifications for the upcoming Radeon RX 470 and RX 460 graphics cards while the newest roadmap shows that high-end Vega GPU won't be coming before next year.

AMD allegedly pulls Vega launch forward
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From early 2017 to October 2016

It appears that Nvidia has struck a right chord with its Pascal-based GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards as it has allegedly forced AMD to pull the launch of its high-end Vega GPU forward, from early 2017 to October 2016.

AMD 2016 roadmap skips HBM 2.0
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Vega comes in 2017

This might be one of these we told you so articles, but our well-placed sources have indicated for a long time that HBM 2.0 might not be as easy and broad

AMD's Vega details leaked
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Details appear on Linked in page

Details of AMD's Vega GPU were leaked and then taken down from AMD R&D Manager's LinkedIn profile page over Easter.

AMD reveals Navi GPU architecture
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Comes after Vega and feature next-gen memory

During its Capsaicin event at GDC 2016 in San Francisco, AMD has unveiled its new roadmap showing a bit more details about upcoming GPU architectures, including Polaris, Vega and the new Navi architecture.

Polaris GPU series is AMD’s beginning of “journey into space”
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Brighter stars, galaxy systems in future GPU codenames

Over the past few years, Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) has tread many uncharted waters near and far to gather enough "island" codenames for over five generations of graphics processing units. According to Raja Koduri, Senior Vice President and Chief Architect of the Radeon Technologies Group, all of that is about to change.



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