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AMD GPUs design
  • RX 460/560

    Polaris 11/21 chip, ACEs - 2, 112Gb/sec bandwidth, 1953Gflops/sec

    Many cards unlock up to full 1024 stream processors.

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    RX 470/570, RX 480/580

    Polaris 10/20 chips, ACEs - 4, 211-256Gb/sec bandwidth, 3790-5100Gflops/sec

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  • The node shrink to 14nm will help, whether it's enough to keep them from throttling in tiny form factors remains a mystery. Intel is supposed to move onto 10nm in the second half of 2017, but they are having iGPU licensing problems at the moment. They still haven't revealed if they're going to license AMD or NVIDIA patents for their final design.

  • @Tron

    I think nothing good will happen, just due to TDP limits.

  • It will be interesting to see how the Ryzen Mobile APU with the integrated Vega cores fleshes out. There is some talk of a 16CU HBM2 version paired to the 4C/8T CPU, which would be a seriously potent SOC for ultrabooks and tablets.