ASRock has submitted two new AMD graphics card model names Cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) — These names are accompanied by the expected RX 7800 XT nomenclature, suggesting we may see a new mid-range RX 7800 XT graphics card in the near future. The model name doesn’t highlight the main GPU specs, but suggests a 16 GB memory configuration.
The model names submitted to EEC are ASRock RX 7800 XT PG 16GO and ASRock RX 7800 XT PGW 16GO. The “PG” refers to these GPUs being released under his ASRock’s Phantom Gaming sub-brand. Most of the company’s Intel and AMD graphics cards are now manufactured under this brand. His first SKU will likely be a mid-range model, but PGW could be a flagship SKU with enhanced cooling or higher factory overclocks.
ASRock’s current EEC filing for a model name suggests that AMD’s RX 7800 series is finally on the horizon after months of waiting since the RX 7900 XT and XTX launched last year. I’m here. EEC submissions do not necessarily confirm actual product launches, but in the past several EEC-related graphics card listings have shown legitimate product information for products released months later. I confirmed that there is
If you’re wondering why AMD is holding back on launching its mid-range ($400 to $700) RX 7800 XT GPU, it’s probably for multiple reasons. The current state of the desktop GPU market. AMD is also probably waiting for its RX 6700, 6800, and 6900 cards to run out of stock before launching new, more competitively priced products (and that’s taking longer than expected). increase).
The supply of RX 6800 series cards seems to be (slightly) depleted. Several RX 6800 series products have increased in price by around $100 over the past few days, including the XFX Radeon RX 6800 XT which went on sale for as low as $469 last week.now it costs $520 – $550 at Newegg. It’s possible that Newegg is stocking up on his GPU sales for the Father’s Day explosion, but it seems more likely that supplies are starting to dwindle.