AMD has announced a new generation of high-performance desktop PC CPUs and GPUs targeted primarily at gamers, and built using 7 nanometer processes. These new products aim to compete more significantly with Intel and Nvidia in the gaming PC hardware market sweet spot, where high-performance sales volume peaks. The company is yet to announce any mobile PC products to target the gaming notebook market opportunity, but IHS Markit expects the product portfolio to expand in the coming months.
- Transition to 7nm could open up new market opportunities
- AMD remains cool on hardware ray-tracing
- AMD's GPU pricing shifts upwards, but will that put off PC gamers?
- Improved gameplay streaming taps into online video influencer scene
- AMD's graphics licensing deal with Samsung is a coup
In this report:
- Analysis of AMD's new products
- Analysis of AMD's go-to-market strategy
- Use of ray-tracing by AMD and its competitors
- AMD Pricing analysis
- AMD's focus on gameplay streaming
- Analysis of AMD's Samsung partnership
List of tables and charts:
- 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs
- Navi GPU Family
Number of pages: 5
Number of tables and charts: 2
Director – Research and Analysis Director, Games, IHS Markit
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Research Analyst I - Games & Apps, IHS Markit
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