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Old Dec 8, 2015, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default AMD Discusses 2016 Radeon Visual Technologies Roadmap

It looks like AMD is giving us a peek at newer visual technologies that will be integrated into some of its upcoming products. A lot of good info, especially for you 4K aficionados! Thanks go out to forum member 0091/2 for the heads up!


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This is something that initially caught me off-guard when I first realized it, but AMD historically hasn’t liked to talk about their GPU plans much in advance. On the CPU size we’ve heard about Carrizo and Zen years in advance. Meanwhile AMD’s competitor in the world of GPUs, NVIDIA, releases some basic architectural information over a year in advance as well. However with AMD’s GPU technology, we typically don’t hear about it until the first products implementing new technology are launched.

With AMD’s GPU assets having been reorganized under the Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) and led by Raja Koduri, RTG has recognized this as well. As a result, the new RTG is looking to chart a bit of a different course, to be a bit more transparent and a bit more forthcoming than they have in the past. The end result isn’t quite like what AMD has done with their CPU division or their competition has done with GPU architectures – RTG will talk about both more or less depending on the subject – but among several major shifts in appearance, development, and branding we’ve seen since the formation of the RTG, this is another way in which RTG is trying to set itself apart from AMD’s earlier GPU groups.

As part of AMD’s RTG technology summit, I had the chance to sit down and hear about RTG’s plans for their visual technologies (displays) group for 2016. Though RTG isn’t announcing any new architecture or chips at this time, the company has put together a roadmap for what they want to do with both hardware and software for the rest of 2015 and in to 2016. Much of what follows isn’t likely to surprise regular observers of the GPU world, but it none the less sets some clear expectations for what is in RTG’s future over much of the next year.



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Old Dec 9, 2015, 04:38 PM   #2
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I would love to have a 2560x1440 @ 170Hz HDR with 10-bit colors, but too bad, I just got a new monitor though...of course, I won't be upgrade until 2017. Also 240hz SDR is also a really nice option too!

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Old Dec 10, 2015, 12:20 AM   #3
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That kinda of monitor sounds pricey AF.
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That kinda of monitor sounds pricey AF.
will look good
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4k is at the point where it is too expensive and rarely used. Give it 5 years.
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Fingers crossed everything delivers. Heck, if Zen performs (which I highly doubt mind lol) like Haswell I can see myself going all AMD.
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Old Dec 11, 2015, 11:04 PM   #7
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DP 1.3 and HDMI 2.0a - that would be ideal. Now I would like to go 5130/2160 or 21:9. For me that is almost perfect for gaming and video.
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I haven't been keeping track so are we getting HDMI 2 first or are we going to 2.0a right away? The latter would be preferable...
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I haven't been keeping track so are we getting HDMI 2 first or are we going to 2.0a right away? The latter would be preferable...
HDMI 2.0 was rushed out to support the resolution. Too many things are missing from the standard which was not formed yet to be good in the long run.
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sounds like AMD is going straight to 2.0a on top of supporting DP 1.3 on the new cards which is good news.
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It's about time with DP 1.3



DP 1.2 situation starting to get slightly ridiculous.
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