AMD's official announcement will be released in November 4

AMD has now announced that it will hold the RX 7000 series graphics card conference at 4 pm on November 3, ET, which is 4 am on November 4, Beijing time.

AMD mentioned the RX 7000 series graphics cards when it released the Ryzen 7000 processor. 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

Appearance: The RX 7000 series reference graphics card design maintains a black color scheme and a three-fan design, similar to the RX 6950XT.

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

The following are the parameters of AMD's three GPUs:

  • Navi31: One GCD + four MCD chip designs, 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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