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Just in case you needed a reminder, what with NVIDIA all but dominating the news thanks to the release of the GeForce RTX 2080 and 2070 series - and the previous 10 series GPU the 1080 Ti still extremely powerful. AMD's last high-end card the AMD Radeon Vega 64 was no doubt impressive, but fell short of NVIDIA when it came to performance.

In a new interview with publication Barron, AMD CEO Lisa Su re-iterated that AMD will be "competitive in high-end graphics" and that the company is currently "making high-performing quality products and building a solid long-term foundation". Which points to the planned AMD Navi GPU architecture set to launch in 2019 using a new 7nm process, alongside a new discrete GPU from Intel sometime in 2020.



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