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AMD Announces Radeon RDNA 3 GPU Livestream Event for November 3rd

Following AMD’s CPU-focused event in August, AMD sent out a press release today announcing a similar event in November for its Radeon consumer graphics business. Dubbed “together we Advance_gaming”, the presentation will be all about AMD Radeon, focusing on the upcoming RDNA 3 graphics architecture and all the performance and power efficiency benefits it brings.The event is scheduled to start on November 3rdrd An undisclosed AMD executive will provide more details at 1:00 PM ET (20:00 UTC).

Much like August’s Ryzen event, next month’s Radeon event seems to be gearing up for AMD’s next-generation consumer product launch. This time it’s a GPU issue. Earlier in the summer, AMD confirmed that his RDNA 3 architecture products were due to arrive this year, so we were eagerly awaiting the arrival of AMD’s next-generation video cards.

Unlike AMD’s CPU efforts, the company has been tight-lipped about its next-generation GPU efforts. As such, there’s been limited up-front details on what’s likely to be the Radeon RX 7000 series. and that these new GPUs (Navi 3x) will be manufactured on the 5nm process (definitely TSMC). Beyond that, AMD hasn’t given any guidance on what to expect in terms of performance.

One interesting thing, though, is that AMD has confirmed that they will be adopting chiplets in this generation of products. To what extent, and if it is in all parts or just some, remains to be seen. It is in some ways the holy grail of building GPUs, as it provides options for scaling up your GPU. That said, the sheer amount of data (on the order of terabytes per second) that must be passed between different parts of the GPU is very difficult to handle, and very difficult when multiple operations are required. This is also the holy grail because it is necessary. Allows the chip GPU to appear as a single device.

It also looks like AMD is planning an even more significant upgrade to its overall GPU architecture. It’s still unclear what exactly “redesigned compute unit” and “optimized graphics pipeline” mean.

Thankfully, you should get an answer here within two weeks. The presentation will air on AMD’s YouTube channel on November 29th at 1pm PT. And of course, check out AnandTech for a full rundown and analysis of AMD’s announcement.

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