Radeon Pro Vega 20 

First seen on June, 2018

The question of how to best integrate frame latency results into benchmark analysis has become more complicated of late.
by Joel-Hruska (Apr, 2013)
Both AMD and Nvidia are paying close attention to the results, and working to create optimized drivers that deliver smooth experiences within a second as well as excelling in more traditional measures of performance.
by Joel-Hruska (Apr, 2013)

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Apr

AMD Won't Be Selling 20 nm GPUs This Year

by Niels Broekhuijsen |
www.tomshardware.com
So what we've said in the past is certainly this year all of our products are in 28-nanometer across both, you know, graphics client and our semi-custom business.
So what we’ve said in the past is certainly this year all of our products are in 28-nanometer across both, you know, graphics client and our semi-custom business.
As for the processor dept, AMD is expected to release Carrizo APU next year which will feature AMD’s high performance Excavator core which is also reported to be based on a 28nm process but we may see some 20nm low power Jaguar and Puma replacement by then.
1
Aug

Happy 20th Birthday Second Reality

by Ryan Smith |
www.anandtech.com
As important as Second Reality was to proving the PC as a graphics powerhouse, it in some ways also laid the groundwork for future graphical advancements, which we continue to see the repercussions of today.
The answer to either of those is something of a long story that I rarely go into, but in short it has a lot to do with the history of PC graphics itself, and in particular a very important and very historical piece of software: Second Reality.
I’ll let him explain why: “The fundamental problem is that, in terms of both computer time and human visual perception, one second is a very long time.
The frame rate has been locked to 30 fps in both cases, which means the update speed should be identical.

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GPU brand AMD
Is dual GPU No
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