AMD Radeon RX 7000 GPUs Based on RDNA 3 Might Release in December

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Enthusiast Citizen reports that AMD will formally unveil their RDNA 3 line of graphics cards on November 3rd under the Radeon RX 7000 moniker. The red team has already declared this to be official. We’re looking at almost a month of delay between the official release of these graphics cards and their retail launch in December. It is kind of expected given that AMD’s Ryzen 7000 CPUs experienced a similar delay between their official release in late August and their retail launch at the end of September.

The “flagship” and the “second flagship” cards, according to ECSM, will be available in the second half of December.

The Radeon RX 6900 XT, which was unveiled on October 28, 2020. However, it went on sale on December 8, had roughly the same amount of time to develop.

What ECSM intends by the first and second flagship is not totally apparent. He might be referring to two slightly different cards built on the Navi 31 and Navi 32 GPUs. Most likely, AMD will follow custom and release the Radeon RX 7900 XT and RX 7800 XT initially.

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The leaker also revealed the performance of the AMD Radeon RX 70000 with the RDNA 3 graphics architecture.

New AMD GPUs performance

The recently released RTX 4090 offers a 50–100% improvement in typical rasterized workloads. Moreover, it further pushes the performance envelope in ray tracing and DLSS games, may make the AMD line struggle to compete in terms of ray tracing and rasterization performance. AMD might not be as sure about pricing with their Radeon portfolio as they are with their Ryzen lineup.

In contrast to Nvidia’s RTX 4000 series, RDNA 3 uses TSMC’s 5nm node technology. It also supports AV1 encoding, and has DisplayPort 2.0.

Furthermore, the new architecture will offer a 50% performance boost over RDNA 2, according to the company. We have no reason to doubt their claim since the new architecture has a new generation of Infinity Cache, a chiplet design inspired by the most recent Ryzen CPUs. Plus, it features an enhanced graphics pipeline, and rearchitected compute units.

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