AMD has announced the next generation Radeon series and promised a 2X performance boost for any task.
Radeon CEO Scott Herkelman posted a Save the Date invite on Twitter for the new RDNA3 platform, which coincided perfectly with Nvidia's announcement.
AMD kept quiet on the majority of details about the new lineup, unlike Nvidia.
Instead, they only posted a blog post yesterday that outlined the current AMD GPUs' efficiency and performance per-watt, promising even more when they transition to the 5nm manufacturing process.
"What does gaming's best performance per watt imply?" explains AMD. In addition to delivering superior performance over long periods, there is also a cost savings benefit when comparing AMD RadeonTM RX 6000 Series graphics cards to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 Series graphics.
We're excited to see what AMD has in store, given the acclaim of the Ryzen 6000 and its low-cost pricing.
We won't have to wait long to see who will take the crown this year. Could it be AMD, due to the current energy prices crisis?
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