A couple of Ashes Of The Singularity Benchmarks have been spotted recently and here we have another one that uses the AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20. This is s a graphics card that is based on the 7nm process. While the architecture is still Vega, moving to the 7nm process means that that graphics cards have double the transistor density, double the efficiency and around 35% increase in performance.
The AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 is not a gaming graphics card and is meant to help with high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, deep neural network and other specialized fields, similar to the Nvidia Tesla V100. The AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 has 32 GB of HBM2 memory and it also comes with 4096 SPs. Benchmarks of the AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 have been included for you to check out.
AMD CEO Lisa Su did say that 7nm based AMD graphics cards will also be coming out for the gaming market but we do not any specific details regarding whether they will be based on AMD Vega or not. It is possible that when it comes to the gaming graphics cards AMD Vega will be skipped as AMD Navi is based on the 7nm process as well.
Recent information has revealed that AMD Navi has been designed for Sony and will be optimized for the PS5. Having that said we have also heard that the AMD Navi graphics cards will not be targeting the high end but will be mid-range graphics cards. If that is the case then they will not be competing with the GTX 1080 Ti but will be replacing the AMD RX 580.
There is a lot that we do not know at this point and there is plenty of stuff that AMD is keeping in the dark. We have seen a couple of mobile and desktop chips pop up here and there that AMD has not even mentioned and we also saw the AMD B450 motherboards at Computex, showcased by motherboard partners. AMD has not officially announced those motherboards either.
I guess at this point in time, all we can do is wait and see what AMD has in the works and what they have planned for gamers.