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AMD released the Radeon VII graphics card in January, but it didn't start appearing in the retail channel until early April. The AMD Radeon VII graphics card seems to be the best choice for GPU mining because it is reported that the AMD Radeon VII graphics card can achieve 90 MH/s of hash rate when used to dig Ethereum (ETH) in the status of no overclock.

AMD Radeon VII Specifications

Core code: Vega 20
Core frequency: 1400MHz
Stream processing unit: 3840
Memory type: HBM2
Memory capacity: 16G
Memory bandwidth: 4096-bit
Memory frequency: 1000MHz
Power consumption: 300W
Recommended power supply: 750W

The AMD Radeon VII is the world's first 7nm gaming graphics card. The Radeon VII is about 30% faster than AMD's previous flagship RX Vega 64. It is built on a 7nm process and has 16GB of HBM2 memory with a memory bandwidth of 1TB/s.


According to the VoskCoin evaluation report, "If you want to have the most powerful mining graphics card in history, then it must be AMD Radeon VII."


VoskCoin uses AMD Radeon VII graphics card for two mode mining results:


The increase in Radeon VII hash rate is mainly due to the significant increase in memory bandwidth. The Radeon VII has a memory bandwidth of 1TB/s and uses 16GB of HBM2 memory. The RX Vega 64's 295W power consumption makes the Radeon VII a more efficient card at the same power consumption compared to the Radeon VII's 300W power consumption. Of course, the temperature of Radeon VII is also higher.

According to an AnandTech report, on Tuesday (April 30) AMD's earnings conference call, the company revealed that it will launch a next-generation GPU based on TSMC's 7nm process in the third quarter of this year (codenamed " Navi").


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