Today AMD is now shipping their new Vega 10 GPU which in the recent ASUS ROG STRIX RX Vega 64.
AMD is now starting to get Vega 11 VCPUs into the market following orders to Global Foundries and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL).
GlobalFoundries will produce the wafers for AMD using 14nm LPP technology and SPIL will handle the packaging and integration of the GPU and HBM dies.
Looking further out in time, AMD’s next generation high-end Vega 20 AI & Supercomputing general purpose graphics chips will allegedly be made at TSMC, rather than Global Foundries. This is to take advantage of TSMC’s newe 7nm process technology, which is expected to enter volume production sometime next year.
So we now see Vega 10 at the high-end of the market, Vega 11 will flesh out the mid range and Vega 20 will be the next high-end part from AMD. Vega 11 will likely replace the older Polaris 10/20 seen in the RX 580 RX470 respectively.