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[UPDATED WITH EVERYTHING WE KNOW] AMD hosting AMA on Reddit Today (March 3rd)

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I am updating this as fast as I can now scroll to the bottom for news.

Source: http://wccftech.com/amd-rtg-ama-3-march-polaris-fury-x2/

AMD RTG AMA Reddit

We've been seeing a lot of teases of the fury x2 recently, and there have been a couple spots of Polaris on Zauba as well as other places. Unfortunately, though, we haven't really gotten to learn much about Polaris and the furyx2. 

Well, tomorrow we may finally learn some more information about em.

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The announcement about the AMA was posted over at the AMD Sub-Reddit about a day back and is already filled with some very pertinent questions. AMD hasn’t done anything like this before but this is an extremely positive sign, since it means that they are reaching out to their customers directly. This is one of the many new ideologies RTG has started pursuing in recent times – driving home the impression of competency.

 

The first reddit AMD Q&A/AMA is happening soon. Right here.
The Q&A is open to all topics dealing with anything under the Radeon Technologies Group (the Radeon division of AMD). Some big secrets could be unveiled this Thursday, so bring your best questions! Likely topics of discussion will most likely include Vulkan, FreeSync, GPUOpen, Polaris, Fury X2, VR, DirectX 12, and anything else you’re curious about.

Don’t ask about Zen. It’s still a super secret.

As you can see, tomorrow RTG will be hosting an AMA on Reddit, and will be answering (nearly) all of your dying questions about the Furyx2, Polaris, Dx12, VR, GPUOpen, and anything else you can think of related to GPUs.

Unfortunately, they won't be talking about Zen, but that was probably expected since its RTG we're talking about, not the whole of AMD.

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Because of this, it is very likely that the company will divulge some hints regarding its plans if the right question is asked. We will be covering the Reddit AMA and be on the lookout for the revelation of anything that isnt’t common PR stuff. We also have an exclusive of our own coming up in a few hours time covering a specific VR portion of RTG. Any readers that have questions of their own to ask AMD, can head over to reddit and sign up for the AMA. Keep in mind that the thread for the actual AMA will probably be different than the one linked here. Here are the top voted questions on the thread right now by user Khagerou.

Tomorrow could be the day we learn more about everything we already know about, and perhaps find out about a few new things.

I hope this AMA will help us glean some more info about RTG's upcoming products and future plans.

I will keep this thread updated with new info as it comes out :).

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Last updated: March 3rd 5:00 p.m. Central Time

Info we know:

  • Polaris will have DP 1.3
  • Apparently Polaris will launch during "mid-year"
  • It seems that AMD will publish a lot of info about Polaris before the launch
  • AMD is looking into the one GPU per eye thing for VR
  • AMD is making drivers for Linux
  • True Audio is still used in the console space, but on desktop it's kinda dying :)
  • There will be another AMA for Polaris once its details are all ready
  • Polaris support h.265 decode and can decode up to 4k
  • Polaris will only be 14nm Glofo
  • Polaris is projected to have 2x performance per watt to "existing hardware"

That's all for now folks! I'll keep updating it. Unfortunately, it doesn't look we'll learn too much about the Fury X2 or extreme details of Polaris.

 

Unfortunately, guys, it doesn't seem like we got as much info as we wish we did. He did, however, mention that as we get closer to the Polaris release time he will do another AMA to clear up a bit on architectural details. That will probably be the time when we really learn something.

I was excited for this, but it wasn't QUITE as good as I hoped for. Then again I was only hoping.

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Is this AMA only for the Radeon division? 

 

.....of course it is.


 
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That's great PR. Nvidia should do the same.


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Nice. Can't wait to see flagship Polaris :) AMA is a good thing and I'm glad they're doing it.

Also, hopefully they're brewing Zen and everything is going great.


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Forgive me, but how do these work? Do they pick and choose certain questions, type up their answers and post them up throughout the day? or is there a video stream where they read out people's questions and answer them live? 


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32 minutes ago, eLucid said:

That's great PR. Nvidia should do the same.

Nvidia is too busy shit posting on youtube

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4 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

Forgive me, but how do these work? Do they pick and choose certain questions, type up their answers and post them up throughout the day? or is there a video stream where they read out people's questions and answer them live? 

I think it's the first way. I'm pretty sure they just respond to your comments with the answers to your questions.


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An extremely positive sign, reaching out to consumers directly on reddit. Right. 


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Doing it this way, they need to have the guts to answer some of the tough questions from their own userbase. While AMD's economic standing is arguably improving, their PR and marketing still has a lot of scars to heal, and some are not all that old either.


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18 minutes ago, Bouzoo said:

An extremely positive sign, reaching out to consumers directly on reddit. Right. 

They've always done stuff like this with the community.

 

33 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

Forgive me, but how do these work? Do they pick and choose certain questions, type up their answers and post them up throughout the day? or is there a video stream where they read out people's questions and answer them live? 

People post on the Reddit thread and they just respond to what they can (or want to) -- sometimes they respond to questions more than once to follow up with questions that stem from the original. That's generally how Reddit AMAs work anyways.

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They've always done stuff like this with the community.

I was talking in general how it sounds. 


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cool.

 

regarding the CPU division btw I remember after bulldozer came out some of the AMD CPU guys gave an interview with some technical press including reader questions. That must have been incredibly difficult to do (knowing they had just launched a poor product and trying to dilute the truth).

 

by comparison for this AMA nobody in RTG is going to be losing sleep; Since they have good quality products to talk about...

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Will be interesting. 

 

However as with all AMAs, don't expect too much. When it's corporate stuff (as opposed to personal) some questions will be ignored and some questions will only be partially answered and some will get non-answers. That's just how these work - whether it's for legal reasons, PR reasons or other reasons. 

 

There's also the sheer volume of questions causing things to be overlooked (often thousands of questions and perhaps tens of thousands of comments cluttering things up). 

 

So I'm certain it will be generally well received but some will expect too much and trash it for not answering the tough questions.

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7 minutes ago, Trixanity said:

Will be interesting. 

 

However as with all AMAs, don't expect too much. When it's corporate stuff (as opposed to personal) some questions will be ignored and some questions will only be partially answered and some will get non-answers. That's just how these work - whether it's for legal reasons, PR reasons or other reasons. 

 

There's also the sheer volume of questions causing things to be overlooked (often thousands of questions and perhaps tens of thousands of comments cluttering things up). 

 

So I'm certain it will be generally well received but some will expect too much and trash it for not answering the tough questions.

AMD has generally been good at being forthcoming (aside from Richard Huddy bullshitting a lot to the press).

 

I hope some good questions are asked on the thread and not just some simpleminded "WHERE IS POLARIS" questions, but more specifically what Polaris will be changing compared to previous iterations.

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I would like to ask them to comment on how they said Fiji would be "an overclocker's dream" yet turned out to be very poor at overclocking in reality. They must have known in testing they were already running the silicon near it's limits. Just genuinely curious. Were they maybe expecting better yields/chips or...?  

 

Also curious if they are replacing their entire mainstream line of GPUs (from R7 series and up) in the up coming generation? I doubt they will be able to answer that fully though. ;)


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This is nice, but I feel like the Valve route is better.


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1 hour ago, MEC-777 said:

I would like to ask them to comment on how they said Fiji would be "an overclocker's dream" yet turned out to be very poor at overclocking in reality. They must have known in testing they were already running the silicon near it's limits. Just genuinely curious. Were they maybe expecting better yields/chips or...?  

worst part is that it was the CEO herself Lisa Su who said that... I want to see that question posed to her personally.

 

one possibility of what happened is that during the development they had settled on lower stock clock speeds as it was still enough to beat the GTX 980 and still have plenty OC headroom. Somebody may have told Lisa this. And then later NVIDIA released the 980ti.. so before launch the Radeon guys cranked up the stock clockspeeds to come as close as possible to 980ti performance, thus eating into OC headroom.

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worst part is that it was the CEO herself Lisa Su who said that... I want to see that question posed to her personally.

 

one possibility of what happened is that during the development they had settled on lower stock clock speeds as it was still enough to beat the GTX 980 and still have plenty OC headroom. Somebody may have told Lisa this. And then later NVIDIA released the 980ti.. so before launch the Radeon guys cranked up the stock clockspeeds to come as close as possible to 980ti performance, thus eating into OC headroom.

It was actually said by one of the engineers (I believe) during the Fury X launch day presentation. He was talking about the VRM design etc. and made that statement. He of all people should have known it was not the case, even at that point in time. 


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29 minutes ago, Bubblewhale said:

Well I want to ask about their "Zen" project, should be like the same thing as Bulldozer when they had some tech interviews with it.

You can't ask about Zen... they specifically said don't talk about Zen because it is still super secret, which implies that they won't answer anything about Zen.


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42 minutes ago, DocSwag said:

You can't ask about Zen... they specifically said don't talk about Zen because it is still super secret, which implies that they won't answer anything about Zen.

Well, that and the fact this is RTG doing the AMA. So any involvement with Zen would be Raven Ridge and not so much else. So the most juicy tid bits would not be theirs to reveal. 

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