AMD to return to high-end graphics cards with 2020 release of 'Nvidia killer' Navi 23

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AMD is threatening to 'git gud' at graphics again
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AMD is threatening to 'git gud' at graphics again

AMD is planning a series of Navi-based GPUs in 2020 - including a return to the high-end of the graphics card market

AMD is set to release high-end, Navi 23-based GPUs in 2020 that have been described internally as ‘Nvidia killers'. The Navi 20-based GPUs and graphics cards will feature much larger die-sizes than...

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