AMD will “talk more” about RDNA 2 during its upcoming Financial Analyst Day.
Building on the RDNA architecture introduced with AMD’s Navi graphics cards over the past seven months, AMD is promising to unveil its 7nm, ray-traced successor on March 5, 2020.
RDNA is the name of AMD’s most recent GPU architecture. Built from the ground up for gaming on the 7nm process node from TSMC, it’s currently available in the RX 5700, RX 5600, and RX 5500 series graphics cards. RDNA 2, the company’s new and improved gaming architecture, is expected to come in gaming graphics cards and consoles (Xbox Series X and PS5) later in the year.
Dr. Lisa Su (via Seeking Alpha) said:
“So, in 2019, we launched our new architecture in GPUs. it’s the RDNA architecture and that was the Navi based products. You should expect that those will be refreshed in 2020 and will have next generation RDNA architecture that will be part of our 2020 lineup. So we are pretty excited about that and we will talk more about that at our Financial Analyst Day. And on the data center GPU side, you should also expect that we will have some new products in the second half of this year.”