RX Vega Nano GPUs are nowhere to be found and AMD went quiet about them shortly after it announced the Nano GPUs, however, while we won’t be hearing about them soon but PowerColor is bringing its RX Vega 56 Nano Edition to Computex 2018.
However, just to clarify this isn’t an RX Vega Nano GPU but RX Vega 56 Nano Edition meaning as of yet, no RX Vega Nano cards have been confirmed to be showcased at the event.
PowerColor didn’t reveal the specifications for the RX Vega 56 Nano Edition but did roll out some image for the upcoming GPU that is to be revealed at Computex 2018.
As you can in the image above, this particular GPU features a small design with a single fan and PowerColor is the only AIB who has managed to fit a single fan on such a short PCB for RX Vega 56.
Speaking of the RX Vega Nano GPUs, a report has been making rounds on the internet suggesting that Sapphire is working on Vega Nano GPU.
This is according to a Reddit user, who posted an image of a naked Radeon RX Vega manufactured by Sapphire and according to the post, the PCB showcased in the image belongs to Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse.
According to the redditor, the PCB used in Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse is the same as RX Vega Nano that AMD showcased at SIGGRAPH.
Furthermore, AMD has also confirmed 7nm+ Zen CPUs and “next-gen” GPUs for 2020. During a recent brief, AMD showcased slides detailing the roadmap for its upcoming products.
According to AMD, the Navi GPU are on track for its scheduled release which should be 2020 and confirmed “Next-Gen 7nm+” for 2020.
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