AMD Radeon Vega II Trademark Unveiled Along With 7nm Radeon Vega GPU Brand Logo

Dec 12, 2018
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AMD has just registered a new trademark which confirms their upcoming 7nm Radeon Vega GPUs. The trademark was registered around two weeks ago which is very recent which makes it seem like the new graphics cards would be arriving really soon to the market.

AMD Registers New Radeon Vega II Trademark – Official Logo For The 7nm Radeon Vega Lineup Teased

Now before you start thinking about gaming graphics cards, it should be pointed out that the AMD Radeon Vega family includes different categories. There’s Radeon RX for the gaming cards, Radeon Pro for the workstation cards and Radeon Instinct for the HPC/Datacenter cards. All of these cards are part of the Radeon Vega family.

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Till now, AMD has only officially talked about HPC/Datacenter parts under the 7nm Radeon Vega family. The family would feature the Radeon Instinct MI60 as the flagship variant which replaces the older Radeon Instinct MI25 which utilized the 14nm Radeon Vega architecture.

The registered trademark logo for the AMD Radeon Vega II graphics family. (Videocardz)

It is likely that AMD can introduce Radeon Pro variants based on the 7nm Vega core architecture but gaming is currently out of the question because, given the pricing of the new GPUs, it is highly unlikely AMD would want to bring Vega to the gaming market. Also, Navi, AMD’s next-generation GPUs will be arriving on the desktop platform later next year so it’s likely AMD would want to keep Vega II just for the professional and data center markets.

Coming back to the logo, we can see the original Radeon Vega logo which is shaped like a “V” and this time, it comes with two stripes which indicate the second iteration of Radeon Vega on the 7nm process node. AMD has previously stated that their first 7nm graphics cards would sample in Q4 2018 with availability planned for early 2019. We will definitely have more news coming in from CES in a few weeks from AMD regarding their Radeon Vega II graphics family.

AMD Radeon Instinct Accelerators:

Accelerator Name AMD Radeon Instinct MI6 AMD Radeon Instinct MI8 AMD Radeon Instinct MI25 AMD Radeon Instinct MI60 AMD Radeon Instinct MI60
GPU Architecture Polaris 10 Fiji XT Vega 10 Vega 20 Vega 20
GPU Process Node 14nm FinFET 28nm 14nm FinFET 7nm FinFET 7nm FinFET
GPU Cores 2304 4096 4096 3840 4096
GPU Clock Speed 1237 MHz 1000 MHz 1500 MHz 1746 MHz 1800 MHz
FP16 Compute 5.7 TFLOPs 8.2 TFLOPs 24.6 TFLOPs 26.8 TFLOPs 29.6 TFLOPs
FP32 Compute 5.7 TFLOPs 8.2 TFLOPs 12.3 TFLOPs 13.4 TFLOPs 14.8 TFLOPs
FP64 Compute 384 GFLOPs 512 GFLOPs 768 GFLOPs 6.7 TFLOPs 7.4 TFLOPs
VRAM 16 GB GDDR5 4 GB HBM1 16 GB HBM2 16 GB HBM2 32 GB HBM2
Memory Clock 1750 MHz 500 MHz 472 MHz 500 MHz 500 MHz
Memory Bus 256-bit bus 4096-bit bus 2048-bit bus 4096-bit bus 4096-bit bus
Memory Bandwidth 224 GB/s 512 GB/s 484 GB/s 1 TB/s 1 TB/s
Form Factor Single Slot, Full Length Dual Slot, Half Length Dual Slot, Full Length Dual Slot, Full Length Dual Slot, Full Length
Cooling Passive Cooling Passive Cooling Passive Cooling Passive Cooling Passive Cooling
TDP 150W 175W 300W 300W 300W
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