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AMD teases Mid-Range RDNA 2 mobile and desktop GPUs - Launching in H1 2021

Expect more RDNA 2 graphics cards to be released soon

AMD teases Mid-Range RDNA 2 mobile and desktop GPUs - Launching in H1 2021

AMD teases Mid-Range RDNA 2 mobile and desktop GPUs - Launching in H1 2021

AMD has confirmed that they plan to release multiple desktop-grade RDNA 2 graphics cards and their mobile counterparts in the first half of 2021, delivering mid-range and entry-level Radeon products based on AMD's latest graphics architecture.

In the image above, we can see a dual-fan Radeon RDNA 2 graphics card that's likely to be AMD's reference RX 6700 series design, with the smaller single-fan model being what could be an entry-level Radeon RX 6500 series products. Recent rumours have suggested that AMD's Radeon RX 6700 series will launch in March 2021, with its mobile counterpart arriving later in H1 2021. 

Sadly, AMD did not reveal any detailed specifications for their future RDNA 2 products, though we can expect to hear more from AMD at future events.  
 
 
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12-01-2021, 14:11:32

AngryGoldfish
That's a bit pathetic. No performance numbers, no more news on Direct-ML, no specific launch date, no pricing, no word on stock improvements, no word on non-X variants of Zen 3.Quote

12-01-2021, 15:50:39

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
That's a bit pathetic. No performance numbers, no more news on Direct-ML, no specific launch date, no pricing, no word on stock improvements, no word on non-X variants of Zen 3.
Why should they talk about stock improvement? There's literally nothing they can do. They can't force their retailers to get their systems fixed to prevent bots.


Literally every market that requires Semi Conductor products is struggling for supply. 2 plants in the US for car production is shut down for a week. There's nothing more AMD can do. All fabs are at 100% capacity.Quote

12-01-2021, 16:35:02

KingNosser
yep they can't make enough quick enough, prices are insane atm it's not going to change for a while.Quote

14-01-2021, 16:55:46

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Why should they talk about stock improvement? There's literally nothing they can do. They can't force their retailers to get their systems fixed to prevent bots.


Literally every market that requires Semi Conductor products is struggling for supply. 2 plants in the US for car production is shut down for a week. There's nothing more AMD can do. All fabs are at 100% capacity.
Because it's a serious issue that needs recognition. This isn't just the normal supply issue. Acknowledgement is a good thing. You can still talk about something that you don't have a lot of control over. They spoke about products that aren't ready yet.Quote

14-01-2021, 17:07:39

NeverBackDown
Those products they have control over though? It's directly theirs.

I mean they maximize their orders they are allowed to. They're also under contract for a certain numbers of wafers and you can absolutely bet they are getting as much as they can. They definitely don't want to be fined for not ordering enough. Especially with the publicity that would bring.

I just don't think they need to say "we're ordering as much as we can" when it's obvious every market is. Everyone is complaining about lack of stock. It's not like they aren't aware.

I just don't see it as a big deal. The worst part is people being so materialistic that we have this situation in the first place imoQuote
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