AMD showcases RX 7000 graphics card with RDNA3 architecture

At the launch of the Ryzen 7000 series recently, finally, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su showed off the upcoming Radeon RX 7000 graphics card.

However, it did not disclose which model of graphics card this is, but it looks a bit similar to the RX 6950 XT. It should be black as a whole, with three cooling fans, and there seems to be a lighting effect above the middle fan. I didn’t see the part about the power connection, but from the previously leaked information, AMD will not use the 16pin of PCIe Gen5 on the RX 7000, and the high-end card should still be 2 8pin, or 3.

AMD Radeon RX GPU with RDNA3 demo, Source: AMD

AMD’s CEO said that the Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards are currently being tested in AMD labs, and their performance looks “absolutely wonderful”, this generation of RDNA3 will be 50% more efficient per watt than RDNA2.

This is AMD’s first public demonstration of a Ryzen 9 7950X plus a high-end Radeon 7000 card running the unreleased “Lies of P” game set at 4K resolution and Ultra quality. This game will be launched in 2023. There is no precise time. The game is also determined to have FSR 2.0 support.

The AMD RX 7000 series is designed with an RDNA3 chiplet. According to some previous rumors, the flagship model uses a Navi 31 GPU with 12,288 stream processors and up to 24GB of GDDR6 memory. This time it was not revealed when the RX 7000 series would be launched, but Dr. Lisa Su assured us that the new architecture will be ready later this year.

Via: videocardz