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After AMD released its seven-nanometer Radeon VII graphics card with impressive-looking performance, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang responded by essentially trashing it . "The performance is lousy and there's nothing new," he told PC World . "No ray tracing, no AI. It's 7nm with HBM memory that barely keeps up with an [NVIDIA RTX] 2080.". NVIDIA's CEO doth protest too much, perhaps, but he's right to be worried. According to a CES performance tease , the Radeon VII actually the RTX 2080 in several video-editing and 3D-animation tasks. It also bested the RTX 2080 when playing Strange Brigade and other titles, especially at 4K resolution. While NVIDIA just adopted 12-nanometer tech for the RTX seri... Full story

18 January