The AMD’s Radeon 7nm is the worlds first flagship AMD gaming GPU, and recent leaks indicate that it is easily competing with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080.
Benchmarks have been published for AMD’s Radeon 7 graphics card, which shows that it competes very closely with Nvidia’s RTX 2080. Although the authenticity of these benchmarks can not yet be fully confirmed, it is a pretty good indication of the level of performance that we can expect when it finally launches.
The benchmarks that are found here on the 3DMark website and appear to have been uploaded prematurely. Although the map on these benchmark results is displayed as “The Graphics card is not recognized”, the map configuration and results indicates that it is AMD’s brand new Radeon flagship GPU.
The result in Fire Strike Extreme 1.1 for the proposed Radeon 7 a score of 12,224 in combination with a Core i9-9900k processor. The same standard was recorded with Ryzen 7 2700X scores 12,141, while the results of other tests were 6,707 in Fire Strike Ultra 1.1 and 19,210 in Fire Strike 1.1.
This is great news for consumers in general as the price of the new Nvidia 2000 graphics cards is overflowing with the eye. AMD has a solid reputation for delivering outstanding performance at a more reasonable price point, so if the Radeon 7 exceeds 2080 comfortably at a lower price, AMD could quickly take over the GPU market in the middle of the peak.