AMD presented game scenes for the first time that were calculated by an upcoming Radeon RX 7000 with RDNA3 technology.
The current RX 6000 series is to receive a successor later this year.
Actually, AMD primarily wanted to present the new processors with Zen 4 technology at its Ryzen 7000 presentation. But there was also some news about the upcoming graphics cards with RDNA3 technology almost at the end of the show. Accordingly, the graphics cards of the Radeon RX 7000 series should be available later this year.
RX 7000 and Ryzen 9 7950X
The new GPUs rely on triplet components that are manufactured using the 5-nanometer process. According to AMD, together with the RDNA3 technology, there is an increase in performance of over 50 percent per watt. To substantiate this statement, AMD boss Lisa Su presented the first public demo of RDNA 3. A gameplay demo of the soulslike action game “Lies of P” presented at Gamescom 2022 was specifically shown. Which RX 7000 graphics card it is specifically remains open. What is certain, however, is that the GPU in the video was supported by the upcoming Ryzen 9 7950X CPU flagship.
Details later in the year
The game scenes shown in 4K resolution with Ultra settings would demonstrate an “absolutely wonderful” performance. AMD is very satisfied with the performance of the RDNA3 technology in the laboratory. Concrete details on the performance data of the new GPUs will be announced later in the year. A corresponding live stream with the presentation of the individual models of the Radeon RX 7000 is probably already planned.
50 percent more power per watt
AMD is pursuing an ambitious goal with the new graphics cards: Like the RDNA 2 technology, RDNA 3 should also increase the performance per watt by 50 percent compared to the previous generation. A first photo of the new graphics card was also shown as part of the presentation. However, this is just a render image of a reference design with RDNA 3 and three fans.
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