Originally Posted by acroig
"AMD "Navi" is the company's next-generation graphics architecture succeeding "Vega" and will leverage the 7 nm silicon fabrication process. It was originally slated to launch mid-2019, with probable unveiling on the sidelines of Computex (early-June). Cowcotland reports that AMD has delayed its plans to launch "Navi" all the way to October (Q4-2019). The delay probably has something to do with AMD's 7 nm foundry allocation for the year. "
AMD have confirmed to some UK retailers they should expect stock on the shelves in September although they might just be saying that to keep them onside. There are enough rumours flying around that it will definitely miss its H1 release date. Hopefully when it does launch they will have sorted the drivers out not like Vega VII.
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