Radeon’s RDNA 3 GPU lineup is “now complete” – AMD confirms

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It looks like AMD has no plans to release additional RDNA 3 GPU models, at least for now

At Gamescom 2023, following the reveal of their Radeon RX 7800 XT and Radeon RX 7700 XT graphics cards, AMD’s Scott Herkelman has confirmed that the company’s “RDNA3 portfolio is now complete”, and that “this is the last few products that we will launch.”

This statement was given after Herkelman was asked if there were more RDNA 3 graphics cards “on the horizon”, and for now it looks like AMD has no plans to release any additional RDNA 3 GPUs. Below is Herkelman’s reply.

    Well, the RDNA3 portfolio is now complete. Of all products that we have planned to launch, that is, this is the last few products that we will launch. We may have some different versions, but they are not a new ASIC. […] It’s been a journey, it’s been about a year since we launched the very first RDNA3 and now we are a year later finishing up the series. We should be done, we are done and we are excited. And now I think we have a broad spectrum covered for people who want RDNA3 up and down the price tag.

While AMD’s current RDNA 3 GPU lineup now covers a broad spectrum of potential price points, it leaves a huge pricing gap between their $269 Radeon RX 7600 and their $449 Radeon RX 7700 XT, and it leaves AMD with no RDNA 3 based products in the sub-£200 GPU market. For these markets, GPUs like a potential Radeon RX 7500 or Radeon RX 7700/7600 XT would be welcomed, though at this time AMD does not appear to be interested in releasing additional RDNA 3 products.

Herkelman’s statement also makes us wonder about RDNA 3’s future within the mobile GPU market, as AMD has only released entry-level RDNA 3 based notebook graphics cards. Are AMD skipping the high-end mobile GPU market, or did Scott’s statement only apply to desktop GPUs?

Currently, Herkelman’s statement regarding RDNA 3 has raised more questions than it answers, but he is clear that AMD customers should not expect additional RDNA 3 based GPUs, at least within the desktop market. While AMD’s GPU plans could change, it is clear that AMD has no more RDNA 3 chips to launch. Products based on AMD’s Navi 31, Navi 32, and Navi 33 graphics chips have launched, and AMD appears to have no higher-end or lower-end RDNA 3 chips to launch.

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