RDNA 3 graphics cards will be presented in November

AMD has officially unveiled the launch date of the RDNA 3 graphics cards. It should be in two months.

Anyone who is currently putting together a gaming PC can look forward to falling prices for graphics cards. The GPUs, some of which are two years old, have been extremely expensive in recent years, but now they are becoming affordable again. Nevertheless, many upgraders are still waiting for the new models from AMD and Nvidia that are expected at the end of the year. There is finally a date for the presentation of the new RDNA 3 graphics cards from AMD: AMD wants to officially unveil the Radeon RX 7000 GPUs on November 3rd.

Competition between AMD and Nvidia

The announcement

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by AMD’s senior vice president and general manager at AMD Radeon Scott Herkelman came just hours before Nvidia’s “Project Beyond” rival event. So the competition between AMD’s RX 7000 graphics cards and Nvidia’s RTX 4000 GPUs seems to be in full swing. Both manufacturers have powerful gaming GPUs up their sleeves. For example, AMD promises 50 percent more performance per watt compared to RDNA2. This is made possible by a multi-chip design and production using the modern 5-nanometer process at TSMC.

Efficiency miracle

The flagship of the RX 7000 series is expected to be the Radeon RX 7900 XT with 24 GB of GDDR6 memory. The power consumption of this GPU should be between 375 and 450 watts. Nevertheless, AMD already sees itself as a winner when it comes to the efficiency of its GPUs. The manufacturer proudly touts its adaptive power management technology, which aims to ensure optimal performance with minimal power consumption. Denser caches that require less energy are also responsible for this.

Start of sales still unclear

However, it is still unclear which GPU models will be available from AMD directly at the time of presentation. Some graphics cards could also come much later.

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