The new Radeon 7000 video cards may arrive as early as October
The new rumored video cards of AMD of the series Radeon 7000 architecture-based RDNA 3 they should hit the market by the end of this year. According to what was reported by the well-known leaker Greymon55 on Twitter, the American manufacturer would be ready to launch the new graphics processors between October and November.
Launch: late October, no later than mid-November😉
— Greymon55 (@greymon55) June 14, 2022
In essence, the new range of video cards would arrive almost simultaneously with the new processors Ryzen 7000 architecture-based Zen 4. At the moment, however, information is still scarce, albeit in recent days AMD offered a little taste of what the next generation of GPUs will be able to offer.
In particular, the new production process a 5 nm should allow you to increase the performance per Watt of as much as 50%, which would represent a significant step forward compared to the RDNA2 architecture. In addition, it will introduce a new technology of packaging a chipletinherited from the Ryzen series that brought it to glory in recent years.
The new iteration of Infinity Cache, the solution that debuted on the current generation based on RDNA 2, and which should further increase the capabilities of the new video cards. Finally, AMD has optimized the graphic pipeline together with a extended redesign of the Compute Units. For the moment, however, the company has not deepened with further details and we will have to wait to see what are the advantages in real use.
In essence, the last quarter of the year will be one of the most interesting for the client segment which will see the biggest challenge ever among GPU manufacturers. By the end of the year, in fact, the new proposals from Nvidia, the GeForce RTX 4000along with solutions Arc of Intelwhich however seem to be behind schedule.