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Ryzen 3000 Series will be launching at CES plus new radeon card!

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Seems like we have a set date: 

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AMD to launch a Radeon (consumer) GPU, Ryzen 3000 series and discuss 7nm progress at CES 2019 Keynote

Not much else to say really. We don't know anything about the rumoured new card.

I am mainly looking forward to the new CPUs, though those should not be confused with the upcoming 7nm chips.

We don;t know an exact date for those yet (still..)

 

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

is this news or a rumor?

The announcement seems to be real, tho as usual wccftech doesn't list a source for this so I'd treat it as a rumour for now :P 

 

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Just now, Nicnac said:

The announcement seems to be real, tho as usual wccftech doesn't list a source for this so I'd treat it as a rumour for now :P 

well, i know that the rumor was going for a while now. but still nothing confirmed then?

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7 minutes ago, Nicnac said:

I am mainly looking forward to the new CPUs, though those should not be confused with the upcoming 7nm chips.

Well, that ain't too exciting :(

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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, i know that the rumor was going for a while now. but still nothing confirmed then?

I can't find much about it now, if you find a better source pls add it and I will update the post! But yea, no sources in the article... :/ 

 

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Launching or announcing? 

If it's launching during CES, you'd think retailers would have them already and a leak would've happened.
So I'm thinking it's closer to announcing instead and they'll give us a launch date in march or something.

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The GPU wont be anything to right home about in regards to top end parformance, however it may be great for budget builds. Rumors have it they are aiming at 1070-1080 performance levels for significanly chepaer than current cards.

 

Ill be keeping an eye on AMD during CES, i hope the rumors are wrong and AMD bringso ut a top teir card to compete against Nvidia.

Nvidia is getting way to greeding with their rediculous prices for the 2080ti and RTX Titan.

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AMD seems to have habit of releasing GPU's during summer. Like for the several last years...

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coolio. im sure ryzen will do well it's the gpu side that I'm not so sure about unless it's 7nm. 

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14 minutes ago, Misanthrope said:

Is this another of those 'We're announcing our announcement" things?

Most likely not.

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22 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

AMD seems to have habit of releasing GPU's during summer. Like for the several last years...

Not really. They release cards whenever it's appropriate for them to.

 

Examples include:

R9 200 series was September 2013 (launched with GCN 2nd gen).

R9 285 was September 2014 (launched with GCN 3rd Gen).

R9 300 series was May to August 2015.

R9 Fury series was June 2015.

R9 Nano was August 2015.

RX 400 series was July 2016 (launched with GCN 4th Gen).

RX 500 series was April 2017

RX Vega series was October 2017 (launched with GCN 5th Gen).

RX 590 was November 2018

 

As for when they announce cards, Vega and a few others were announced at CES so it's not unreasonable to assume AMD will announce Navi and Radeon GPUs as well then.

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1 minute ago, AluminiumTech said:

Not really. They release cards whenever it's appropriate for them to.

 

Examples include:

R9 200 series was September 2013 (launched with GCN 2nd gen).

R9 285 was September 2014 (launched with GCN 3rd Gen).

R9 300 series was May to August 2015.

R9 Fury series was June 2015.

R9 Nano was August 2015.

RX 400 series was July 2016 (launched with GCN 4th Gen).

RX 500 series was April 2017

RX Vega series was October 2017 (launched with GCN 5th Gen).

RX 590 was November 2018

 

As for when they announce cards, Vega and a few others were announced at CES so it's not unreasonable to assume AMD will announce Navi and Radeon GPUs as well then.

Which is exactly what I said lol. It's usually paper launch in summer and then actual release in early (or late) autumn.

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Just now, RejZoR said:

Which is exactly what I said lol. It's usually paper launch in summer and then actual release in early (or late) autumn.

That's not at all what you said and you and I both know that.

 

AMD announces cards when they feel it is beneficial to and launches new cards when it is beneficial to.

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Just now, Nicnac said:

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Btw, what do you think of the RX 3000 series as the rumored new series name?

 

Jumping from 500 to 3000 seems a bit silly imho :P.

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5 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

Btw, what do you think of the RX 3000 series as the rumored new series name?

 

Jumping from 500 to 3000 seems a bit silly imho :P.

Depends... :P AMD prolly wouldn't even mind calling it TRX 3080 it ^^

 

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Just now, Nicnac said:

Depends... :P AMD prolly wouldn't even mind calling it TRX 3080 it 

Oh please dear god no. That would be so bad ?.

 

I could see them renaming it to RGX though I have no idea what the G would stand for except if they made RGX stand for Radeon Graphics X or something like that.

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11 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

Oh please dear god no. That would be so bad ?.

 

I could see them renaming it to RGX though I have no idea what the G would stand for except if they made RGX stand for Radeon Graphics X or something like that.

X would be for Xtreme obviously ?. Just going with RTG would be kinda cool imo :) 

 

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Just now, Nicnac said:

X would be for Xtreme obviously ?. Just going with RTG would be kinda cool imo :) 

actually that would be cool. AMD RTG 680 although that seems a tad redundant.

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I bet its an announcement and not a launch.

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Hmm showing maybe, launching probably later on. New GPU with nice performance for low price will be great. But actual true flagship successor is what is needed. 

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