AMD RX 7000 flagship / sub-flagship graphics card will be released in December

According to the news of the Up master "ECSM_Official" of Station B, which has a good breaking record, the AMD RX 7000 flagship/sub-flagship graphics card will be released in November and will be released in the second half of December.

Not long ago, Scott Herkelman, senior vice president and general manager of AMD Radeon, confirmed the release date of the Radeon RX 7000 series, and the new GPU series based on the RDNA3 architecture will be released on November 3.

AMD has now confirmed that the next generation of GPUs in the Radeon RX 7000 series will deliver over 50% performance-per-watt improvement over existing RDNA 2 GPUs.

The following are the parameters of AMD's three GPUs:
  • Navi31: One GCD + four MCD chip design, 12288 stream processors, 96MB unlimited cache, there may be 192MB 3D cache version, 384-bit video memory width
  • Navi32: One GCD + four MCD chip designs, 7680 stream processors, 64MB unlimited cache, 256-bit video memory width
  • Navi33: Single-chip design, 4096 stream processor, 32MB unlimited cache, 128-bit video memory width.

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