AMD Radeon PRO V340 has been spotted online and this is not something that we saw at Computex and neither has it been announced by AMD so this could be real or it could be fake. We do not sure at this point in time. AMD did announce that the upcoming graphics cards will be based on the 7nm process so this could be a new 7nm based GPU but it could also be a dual AMD Vega 10 GPU as well.
The graphics card features 32GB HBM2 memory and according to the slide it is meant for multi-user computing solution for virtualized environments. Up to 32 concurrent users can use this graphics card. While the slide does not present a lot of information regarding the AMD Radeon PRO V340, it does tell us that the graphics card supports H.265 and H.264 codecs.
Recently, we have not seen graphics cards for virtualization and these cards do not have output, so they cannot be used in consumer PCs. The benchmarks for the graphics card has also bee spotted and you can check them out below.
As this is not a product that has been confirmed by AMD, you should take this information with a grain of salt as these kinds of slides can be faked very easily. We should be able to find out more information regarding the graphics card in the upcoming few weeks so stay tuned for updates.
New information has been revealed that claims that AMD Navi has been made for the PS5 and if that is the case then it is possible that the architecture will be exclusive to Sony. This could mean that the next generation Xbox will not be powered by AMD. Microsoft might have to look to some other kind of graphics solution. While Nvidia would be the clear solution here, Intel is also working on producing dedicated graphics and I would not be surprised if the next Xbox would be powered by Intel instead.
It is safe to say that while the AMD Vega graphics cards were not as powerful as we expected. AMD has come a long way and the upcoming weeks will be pretty interesting indeed.