AMD brings its RDNA 2 graphics to Exynos

TheCoolerPlayer

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This looks super interesting stuff. Hopefully competition from Samsung in mobile space will finally force Qualcomm to actually innovate something
 

y2s

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SUPER happy with all these developments & innovations taking place in the ARM world (M1, Google custom chips, THIS etc). Much better for consumers now that architecture & fabrication of chips have been decoupled (Unlike the monopolistic Intel Era). Only problem is sub 10nm foundry availability is limited to the larger players (AMD, Nvidia, Apple, Google, Qualcomm etc.) and this is unfortunately probably going to remain the case as nodes get smaller. However 5-6 architecture players is better than 1-2. Regrettably there are only 2 fab options - TSMC & Samsung

If these chips are any good. It would seem that we may be approaching the death of x86 much faster than anticipated. Intel is on the trajectory of too little too late.

FSR & Ray Tracing on a mobile device - Depending on how well they are implemented - can give Sammy good competitive advantage amongst the mobile gaming crowd.
 
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