Radeon Instinct MI25 MxGPU 

First seen on June, 2018

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My response was met with a sly smile, and then Polaris hit the mainstream sub $300 market in a big way.
I'd love to have Vega 10 in my hands before I talk performance, but just from the technology side of things - I'm vibrating with excitement.
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May

New AMD Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 GPU Details Emerge

by Tim Verry |
www.pcper.com
Unfortunately there was no major reveals other than that AMD will not be limiting AIB partners from pushing for the highest factory overclocks they can get.
Both AMD and NVIDIA appear to be bringing out GPUs better than I expected to see as far as technological improvements in performance and power usage (these die shrinks have really helped even though from here on out that trend isn't really going to continue).
AMD said that the Polaris architecture is a "historic leap in performance per watt for Radeon GPUs", and that has seen "significant" performance per watt improvements on early GPU samples and early software compared to the previous generation.
Overall, I was impressed with what AMD discussed at RTG Technology Summit and the Polaris architecture as a whole.
10
Jun

Report: AMD Radeon 300-Series Pricing and GPU Details Leak

by Sebastian Peak |
www.pcper.com
Such an announcement is likely the purpose of the AMD gaming event at E3 which is now just days away.
This information is totally unverified at least from any public source, but it is very specific regarding both price and GPU.

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GPU brand AMD
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None
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