AMD RX 7000 graphics card can reach nearly 4GHz

According to the news released by the whistleblower 9550Pro, AMD's upcoming AMD RX 7000 GPU frequency can reach nearly 4GHz. AMD's current RX 6000 series graphics cards are mainly built with TSMC's 7nm process, and can easily reach or exceed 3.0 GHz frequency while ensuring heat dissipation. AMD's new generation of RX 7000 series graphics cards will use TSMC's 5nm process. If the revelations are true, the GPU frequency will reach a new high.

This series of RDNA 3 GPUs will provide a series of new technologies, including a fine-grained adaptive power management technology to ensure that the GPU only utilizes the power required by the workload. In addition, this series of GPUs will also be equipped with the next-generation AMD Infinity Cache, which provides a higher density, and lower power cache, reducing the power requirements of video memory.

AMD RX 7000 series graphics cards will be equipped with RDNA3 architecture GPUs, which are officially confirmed to be launched later this year, with a substantial increase in performance. AMD Radeon senior vice president David Wang said the next-generation GPUs in the Radeon RX 7000 series will provide more than 50 percent performance-per-watt improvement over existing RDNA 2 GPUs.

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