On November 3, AMD’s RX 7000 series graphics cards will be released. Obviously, for the arrival of new products, this is aimed at NVIDIA’s RTX 4090. According to the latest news from the supply chain, AMD is fully promoting the production of RX 7000 series graphics cards, but although it was released in early November, the final listing may be as soon as the end of the month, but normally it should be in mid-to-late December. Take out a small batch to test the market heat.
Of course, since the current upstream production capacity can be matched, players don’t have to worry too much, and it is also positioned as a high-end product.
It is reported that the RX 7900 series uses Navi 31 GPU and up to 12288 stream processors. This is AMD’s first consumer-grade chiplet designed for the Radeon family, featuring large graphics and memory chips on a single package.
The rumored RX 7900XT will be equipped with 20GB GDDR6 memory and a 320-bit bus, while the RX 7950XT will be equipped with 24GB of GDDR6 memory and a full 384-bit memory bus, so there is no need to worry about performance.
Plus, there’s news that AMD is going to make a huge leap in laptop GPU performance with their next-generation Radeon RX 7000 “RDNA 3” chip, the Radeon RX 7900M is said to be on par with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090, which is going to be a huge leap.