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AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT/7800 XT is Set to Launch on the 3rd of November, Nearly a Month After the RTX 4090

AMD will be announcing/launching its next-gen Radeon RX 7000 GPUs featuring the RDNA 3 graphics architecture on the 3rd of November. Senior Vice President (SVP) and General Manager (GM) of the Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) Scott Herkelman shared this info via a tweet a couple of hours back:

AMD has reiterated multiple times in the past that it’s prepping its upcoming RDNA 3 offerings for a late 2022 launch, and this definitely looks like the day. We can expect the Radeon RX 7900 XT, the RX 7800 XT, and/or the RX 7700 XT to land in late November/December to battle the GeForce RTX 4090 and 4080. NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang just announced the Ada Lovelace architecture earlier today with a launch planned for the 10th of October. This will give the RTX 4090 ($1,499) an entire month to rule the desktop gaming market unopposed.

AMD Radeon RX 7000 Specs

GPU NameRX 7700 XT (Navi 33)RX 7800 XT (Navi 32)RX 7900 XT (Navi 31)RX 7950 XT (Navi 30?)
Process Node6nm5nm + 6nm5nm + 6nm5nm + 6nm
Die Config6nm x15nm x1, 6nm x45nm x1, 6nm x65nm x2, 6nm x8?
Shader Engines2468
WGPs16324864
CUs326496128
Cores4,0968,19212,28816,384
Memory Bus128-bit256-bit384-bit384-bit?
Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6
Memory Capacity8GB16GB24GB48GB?
Infinity Cache64MB128MB192MB222MB?
TGP200W350W400W450W?
LaunchQ4 2022Q1 2023Q4 20222023

AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 GPUs are going to be some of the most energy-efficient parts we’ve ever since in the industry. Featuring a chiplet design with up to seven dies, including a 5nm GCD (Graphics Compute Die) and six 6nm MCDs (Memory Complex Dies), the RDNA 3 graphics architecture promises a 50% performance/watt uplift over RDNA 2.

Courtesy: @Olrak29_

In addition to new process nodes, the next-gen Radeon GPUs will also feature 3D packaging (MCDs and Infinity Cache), wider Compute Unit (128 ALUs), and WGPs (256 ALUs), and a fine-grained graphics pipeline.

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