AMD RX 7000 graphics card will not use 16pin power supply interface

Multiple sources said that AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards will not use the 16pin power supply interface (12VHPWR) on the RTX 40 series.

Source Kyle Bennett has previously stated that the RX 7000 graphics card will be the first to support the DP 2.1 protocol. His latest news said that neither the RX 7000 public version graphics card nor the non-public version will use the 16pin power supply interface (12VHPWR).

According to Angstronomics, AMD's new Navi 3X GPU-based graphics cards will still use dual 8pin power connectors.

AMD has now announced that it will hold the RX 7000 series graphics card conference at 4:00 pm on November 3rd, ET, which is 4:00 am on November 4th, Beijing time. The official gave a warm-up picture of the RX 7000 public version graphics card, but the picture does not reveal its power supply interface.

The RX 7000 series reference graphics card design maintains a black color scheme with a three-fan design, similar to the RX 6950XT. Compared with the existing RDNA2 GPU, the next-generation GPU will have the following highlights:

  • 5nm process node
  • Advanced Chiplet Packaging
  • New Architecture Compute Unit
  • Optimized graphics pipeline
  • Next-Generation AMD Infinite Cache
  • 50% improvement in performance per watt compared to RDNA 2

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