AMD has just announced that AMD's RDNA 3 GPU-powered Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards will be available for purchase on November 3rd.
Scott Herkelman, Radeon's senior vice president and general manager, tweeted the news. Although no specifics have been disclosed, the company has stated that the RDNA 3 will be officially released to the world in the coming weeks, and that additional information will be available shortly.
The AMD RDNA 3 GPUs will be included on the next Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards, significantly improving gaming performance. They might also be the first chips to meet the 4GHz GPU clock speed limit. AMD has disclosed that the RDNA 3 GPUs, which have a significant performance boost, will be released later this year. According to the company's Senior Vice President of Engineering for Radeon Technologies Group, David Wang
Sam Naffziger, AMD's SVP and Technology Architect, has stressed that the next-generation RDNA 3 GPUs, which are found in the Radeon RX 7000 GPUs and next-generation iGPUs, will include several new features, including a refined adaptive power management technology to set workload-specific operation points, ensuring that the GPU only uses the power required for the amount of work. Additionally, the GPUs will incorporate a new AMD Infinity Cache that will provide higher-dens
Through our various coverage below, you can see the RX 7000 Series' anticipated features.
- RX 7900 XT
- RX 7900
- Navi Lineup
AMD's shady move is likely to distract from NVIDIA's next-generation graphics cards. We must wait and see what AMD has in store for customers of the RX 7000 series, and we will provide the information as soon as we obtain it.