Advanced Micro Devices announced a new mainstream graphics processing unit (GPU) to compete with arch-rival Nvidia. The new AMD Radeon 5600 series GPUs are designed to hit low-power and low-price targets. It also announced its much-awaited mobile Ryzen chips. AMD’s new graphics chips are built with a 7-nanometer manufacturing process, where the width between circuits is just seven billionths of a meter.
Link: AMD unveils mainstream 7-nanometer Radeon 5600 GPUs and new mobile Ryzens