Dr. Lisa Su in The Bring Up series anchored by AMD’s YouTube channel said this year we’ll frequently see more potent Radeon graphics cards. Su confirmed the rise of Zen 3 in 2020, going so far as to say Zen 3 is working “really well.”
Su further said,
“I’ve heard a little bit via Twitter and Reddit that people are marveling about, you know, Big Navi. I can say you’re gonna see Big Navi in 2020. There might be some people marveling about Zen 3 as well. And I can inform you that Zen 3 is performing well. We are thrilled about it, and I look ahead to talking about later in 2020.”
Apart from the acceptance that Big Navi will launch this year, Su continuously greeted compact about details. From the conclusion of previous debates of AMD’s hardware, we can fairly expect to know more at E3, seemingly with an event similar to the New Horizon Gaming Event that occurred last year. When AMD introduced its RX 5000-series and Navi 10 silicon.
— AMD (@AMD) January 17, 2020
Regarding the work of Big Navi, we’re compelled to speculate yet. We can hope or expect, rather– that AMD will ultimately mark the overlying end of Nvidia’s RTX fruit heap, from the RTX 2070 Super on up.
We were managed to a leaked benchmark of what would be an unheralded AMD GPU. While it’s prime to take that benchmark with all expected doubt, the likelihood of a true rival to Nvidia’s RTX 2080 Ti is teasing in reality.
AMD mostly save motherboard and CPU announcements for Computex. And it’s probably that’s where we’ll hear more about AMD’s upcoming version of the desktop processors.