AMD may officially announce its next-generation Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards based on the RDNA 3 architecture sometime in November, with a commercial release in December. ECSM (opens in new tab)a leaker with a good track record who revealed an exact launch schedule for Intel’s Raptor Lake processors earlier this year. .
The leaker didn’t reveal a specific date and claimed the product launch event would be in November. he said.
ECSM is either flagship and sub-flagship meaning graphics cards (which can use the same GPU but with different core count/clock speed configurations) or graphics processing units (which are different pieces of silicon with different configurations) You didn’t specify what you meant, but with AMD’s track record in mind, we’re going to put the money into a real add-in board.
In this case, AMD will release a top-of-the-line codenamed Navi 31 GPU, along with two underlying graphics cards (just speculation, think Radeon RX 7900 XT and Radeon RX 7800 XT). expected. It could join the stable of best graphics cards for gaming. On the other hand, given that his GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card from Nvidia delivered a significant performance boost compared to its predecessor, ECSM believes it will be difficult for AMD to compete with this board. As such, he doesn’t expect AMD’s flagship graphics products to be extremly priced.
AMD’s Navi 31, on the other hand, fills the performance gap between AMD’s and Nvidia’s flagships, bearing in mind that it uses the company’s all-new RDNA 3 architecture, brand-new chiplet design, and 384-bit memory bus. I expect It’s considerably narrower than the gap between the Radeon RX 6900 XT and the GeForce RTX 4090.
Let’s say the information is correct and AMD plans to start selling two Radeon RX 7000 series graphics boards in late December. If that’s the case, it’s questionable whether it will be available widely this year and at the recommended price. It can be difficult to find.
AMD has always said it will bring its next-generation RDNA 3-based GPUs to desktop PCs in 2022. Her SVP of marketing, human resources and investor relations at the company, Ruth Cotter, reiterated the plan at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia in mid-September. + Technical meetings.
“We are planning to launch a new product by the end of the year, which is very exciting and I think it will be useful. [in terms of shipments growth]said Cotter ( Seeking Alpha (opens in new tab)). “But certainly in the second half of the year we will have to work on such trickery. […] This kind of turmoil in the consumer graphics market should be helped by product launches and see how 2023 goes from there. ”