The RX 570 with higher clocks
AMD has rather silently introduced a new SKU in China, the Radeon RX 580 2048SP, which is pretty much the Radeon RX 570 but with a slightly higher GPU boost clock.
A certain number of Intel NUC SKUs have 10nm processors inside and they are codenamed Crimson Canyon. This was confirmed to us by Brandt Guttridge, general manager of desktop product marketing, at the last Intel desktop event and the only other notebook machine that features 10nm is the Lenovo Ideapad 330 notebook, available only in China.
Zen and Vega for $55
AMD has announced the availability of its Athlon 200GE APU which comes with two Zen CPU cores paired up with Radeon Vega 3 graphics, all for $55.
Lack of competition dictates
Lack of competition is what allows Nvidia to price products however high it wants to and even lets its AIB partners go a little bit crazier with their custom cards. RTX is definitely a step forward in computer graphics but it will take time for RayTracing to become really necessary and get down to reasonably priced markets.
AMD cannot challenge this
It will be extremely hard and almost impossible for AMD to stay relevant in performance and high end gaming. With the introduction of Geforce Turing based 20 series RTX cards, Nvidia is putting in place a hard to reach distance between AMD Radeon graphics and Geforce. When we say Nvidia will rule high end in 2019, we of course mean the rest of 2018 too.
Only Powercolor for now
During its Computex 2018 press conference, AMD took the opportunity to talk about the upcoming Radeon RX Vega 56 Nano graphics card, one that Powercolor announced a while back.
7nm Instinct only
AMD is getting ready to showcase the Vega 7nm GPU that will exclusively be used for Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Quad-core CPU with Radeon RX Vega 11 GPU
A mystery high end Ryzen 7 2800H APU has been spotted online, featuring four Zen+ CPU cores and Radeon RX Vega 11 GPU.
Not the faster refresh seen in the crystal ball
AMD has posted the specifications of all Radeon RX 500X series rebranded graphics cards forits OEMs and it appears nothing much has changed from the original Radeon RX 500 series.