AMD’s new Radeon GPU logo may have leaked in ads during PC Gaming Show
This Saturday (06/13) the PC Gaming Show was held, in a completely online format due to the quarantine of COVID-19 . Among a large number of advertisements, an interesting novelty may have gone unnoticed by the public: the new logo of AMD’s Radeon line of video cards.
The new visual identity of the brand was shown during the exhibition of the new trailer for Godfall, one of the first confirmed games to arrive on the PS5 , adopting a design similar to what is seen in the Ryzen processor line. As the website WCCFTech recalls , this is the first time that AMD graphics cards have undergone a renewal since the announcement of Polaris GPUs.
Although it may seem like a simple change, the measure indicates that the manufacturer is preparing to cause great commotion in the industry, especially when we take into account statements from the company that state that Big Navi and the new video cards with RDNA 2 architecture, confirmed for arriving in the second half of 2020 , will have the same impact as Ryzen CPUs in the high-end processor market.
RDNA 2 GPUs, also included in the PS5 and Xbox Series X, promise to deliver 50% performance gains per Watt when compared to their predecessors. In addition, the company will finally adopt hardware-accelerated Ray Tracing technologies, as well as Variable Rate Shading (VRS), which optimizes graphics processing by varying levels of detail and resolution according to the distance and focus of the player’s camera.
And you, reader? What did you think of the new visual identity of the Radeon line? Tell us in the comments!
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