No custom cards from AIBs, at least not yet
A new rumor regarding AMD Radeon VII supply has been spotted online saying that AMD will have just 5,000 pieces at launch and that there won't be any custom cards from AIB partners, at least not yet. As always, it should be taken with a grain of salt as AMD has quickly denied such rumors.
Will use a different design similar to mobile parts
According to post-CES details showing up online, it appears that AMD will not use the same chiplet design for its next-gen APUs, keeping the chiplet design for its 2nd generation EPYC and 3rd generation Ryzen desktop CPUs.
Fortnite performance boost and a couple of bug fixes
AMD has rolled out its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.1.1 driver update which brings minor performance improvements in Fortnite as well as fixes several bugs seen with earlier driver version.
7nm Vega for up to 13.8TFLOPs of compute performance
In addition to a few details shared during the CES 2019 keynote hosted by Dr. Lisa Su, AMD's CEO, the company has also disclosed a few more details regarding the new Radeon VII graphics card, including some of the specifications and performance.
Possible 16-core SKUs
Although AMD only previewed an 8-core/16-thread engineering sample of 3rd generation Ryzen CPU at the CES 2019 keynote, the delidded CPU showcased at the keynote, as well as comments from Dr. Lisa Su, AMD CEO, suggest that we could see SKUs with two chiplets, so 16-core/32-thread SKUs are possible.
Claims it is “underwhelming”
The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon has dismissed the arrival of AMD’s Radeon VII graphics card as “underwhelming”.
A decent part of AMD's CES 2019 keynote hosted by AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, was about the upcoming second generation EPYC CPUs, confirming it is on track and will be shipping in the middle of the year.
Up and running with Radeon VII
In addition to details regarding 2nd generation EPYC CPUs, AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, also gave a preview of its third generation Ryzen CPU.
Vega 7nm GPU with 60 CUs, coming Feb. 7th for $699
At its CES 2019 keynote, AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, unveiled AMD's first 7nm gaming GPU, the Radeon VII (seven).