AMD's launching the Radeon RX 7000 series of RDNA 3 graphics cards this November

AMD has promised 50+% performance per watt benefits with RDNA 3

AMD's launching the Radeon RX 7000 series of RDNA 3 graphics cards this November

AMD reveals its RDNA 3 launch event hours before Nvidia's RTX 40 series reveal

AMD's Scott Herkelman, the General Manager of AMD Radeon, has confirmed that the company plans to launch its RDNA 3 series of graphics cards on November 3rd, revealing the event hours before Nvidia's "Geforce Beyond" Special Broadcast.

AMD's RDNA 3 graphics architecture will be the backbone of AMD's next-generation Radeon RX 7000 series of graphics cards, with AMD promising 50+% performance per watt benefits over today's RDNA 2 based graphics cards. Yesterday, AMD heavily marketed the power efficiency of its RDNA 3 graphics architecture, signalling that their next-generation GPUs will be less power hungry than their Nvidia RTX 40 series counterparts (read more here).

AMD's RDNA 3 based graphics cards will be the first chiplet-based GPU design from AMD, and AMD's first graphics card to utilise TSMC's 5nm lithography node. These changes, alongside AMD's architectural enhancements with RDNA 3, are expected to deliver a tremendous generational leap in performance from Radeon, which is great news for the red team. 

AMD's launching the Radeon RX 7000 series of RDNA 3 graphics cards this November

AMD has already stated that their RNDA 3 graphics cards will feature a "new generation of AMD Infinity Cache" that offers users "even higher-density, lower-power caches", re-architected compute units, and an optimised graphics pipeline with RDNA 3. AMD has primed gamers to expect great things from their next-generation graphics cards, and they will need to achieve these goals of they hope to gain market share from Nvidia.

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20-09-2022, 14:40:42

Dicehunter
Great, Now we just need to wait and see which of these companies are going to charge lunatic high prices or if they'll go back to charging sane amounts.Quote

21-09-2022, 14:22:23

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Great, Now we just need to wait and see which of these companies are going to charge lunatic high prices or if they'll go back to charging sane amounts.
I've been waiting for AMD to try and take the lead in setting the prices for GPUs for so long now. I really hope RDNA3 will not just match Nvidia at the same price. I truly hope Lisa Su and all her cohorts are rubbing their hands together ready to massively undercut Nvidia and throw a huge wrench in their cogs.Quote

21-09-2022, 15:00:03

AlienALX
Well by now you guys will all know what I am hoping for Quote
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