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AMD’s “Big” Navi GPU to Kill Competition, It Could be 30% faster than The RTX 2080 Ti

AMD’s CEO Lisa Su talked at CES 2020 about the high-end Navi GPU that they plan to release this year. There will be some high-end “Big Navi” cards coming, but Su didn’t give any further details.

Su only stated the following:

I know those on Reddit want a high-end Navi! You should expect that we will have a high-end Navi and that it is important to have it. The discrete graphics market, especially at the high end, is very important to us. So you should expect that we will have a high-end Navi, although I don’t usually comment on unannounced products.”

The AMD CEO also noted that the discrete graphics of 2020 will include ray tracing as well.

Now, with all of that being said, let’s see why the ‘big Navi’ GPU will kill Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

Benchmark Result Leaked: Unknown AMD Radeon Graphics More Performant Than the RTX 2080 Ti

Videocardz reported an OpenVR benchmark result showing that an unknown AMD Radeon Graphics outperformed the fastest RTX 2080 Ti by 17%.

When we say the fastest, we mean the most overclocked RTX 2080 Ti in the database. A stock version of an RTX 2080 Ti is 30% slower than the mysterious AMD Radeon Graphics in the benchmark tests.

These details should be taken with a grain of salt, but they do point towards those high-end Navi AMD has revealed. The OpenVR benchmark developer also joined the Reddit chatter and by the looks of it, this could be genuine information. If the benchmark results prove to be true, the RTX 2080 Ti will be left way behind.

There are many theories and speculations regarding this benchmark – from the fact that this could be the test of an external GPU enclosure, to the one that it could be twin GPUs, including many other theories.

Finally, this could be that infamous Nvidia-killer that everyone has been talking about. Nonetheless, AMD should release that high-end Navi, considering the next-gen Ampere graphics cards from Nvidia should launch in the second half of 2020.



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