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That can also be 'stacked' meaning that multiple single instances of a more visually intensive game could use more than one Stadia spec. Based on a new in-depth hardware report over at Digital Foundry, Google's ambitious new Stadia platform will run on both a custom CPU and custom AMD GPU.

With the GPU compared to AMD's RX Vega 56 graphics card.
  • Custom 2.7GHz hyper-threaded x86 CPU with AVX2 SIMD and 9.5MB L2+L3 cache
  • Custom AMD GPU with HBM2 memory and 56 compute units, capable of 10.7 teraflops
  • 16GB of RAM with up to 484GB/s of performance
  • SSD cloud storage

  • Google also considers this to be the first gen version of Stadia. As per the reveal, it's already capable of 10.7 teraflops of compute power - easily beating that of both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One X. Although the GPU seemingly has a current-day AMD equivalent, the CPU is said to be 'sever-class'.

    For the full detailed breakdown - head here.



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