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
Published: 20th September 2022 | Source: AMD - Scott Herkelman |
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 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.