AMD said during its earnings conference call that it would release its codenamed Navi graphics processor in the third quarter of the year. The GPU will be the company’s first graphics solution aimed at consumers to be fabbed by TSMC using its 7 nm process technology.
AMD’s Navi architecture will be used for several GPU products, including those aimed at client computers as well as integrated GPU to be used by Sony’s next-generation PlayStation game console.
Based on unofficial information, AMD was expected to release its codenamed Navi products in the fourth quarter. Launching Navi GPUs in the third quarter means that AMD will be able to ramp up the product family in time for the holiday season.
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