PowerColor has just revealed its Radeon VII (AXVII 16GBHBM2-3DH) graphics card which has brought about much anticipation since its big reveal during CES 2019. The PowerColor Radeon VII will feature a whopping 16GB of HBM2 memory over a 4096-bit bus. At the core of the graphics card there’s a GPU with 3840 stream processors running at 1400MHz (1750MHz boost) all over a 7nm design process.
“AMD Radeon VII graphics card delivers extreme graphics performance to humble the most visually demanding games and real-time content creation programs. Powered by 7nm technology, Radeon VII has 45% more memory and 66% more memory bandwidth than other the competitive gaming GPUs in its class, delivering vivid gaming visuals in up to 4K and virtually limitless content creation in 8K, VR and more.”
The new card will be based on AMD’s reference design that we saw during launch. The graphics card also features AMD FreeSync2 HDR technology, DirectX 12 support, and other, EyeFinity, and support for VR. For more information check out PowerColor’s website.
PowerColor Radeon VII Specifications
|Graphics Engine||AXVII 16GBHBM2-3DH|
|Video Memory||16GB HBM2|
|Stream Processor||3840 Units|
|Base Clock||1400MHz (up to 1750MHz with boost)|
|Memory Clock||1GHz (2.0Gbps)|
|Bus Standard||PCIE 3.0|
|Standard Display Connectors||HDMI/ DisplayPort x3|