If yesterday NVIDIA presented its new generation of graphics cards for PCs with the RTX 40 Series, amd It hasn’t taken 24 hours to make the replica, and they have already announced the launch date of their new generation, the RadeonRX7000who will be with us in just over a month.
NVIDIA yesterday presented its new RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 (with its variant with less VRAM), and what was questioned was mainly the price of these graphics cards. Taking advantage of the situation, and although they will hit the market a few weeks later, AMD has not missed the opportunity to respond to NVIDIA announcing the launch of its next graphics cards; Let’s see what’s in store for us.
The Radeon RX 7000 arrive on November 3
Although they have not been officially presented yet, Lisa Su’s brand has already announced the launch date of the first graphics cards with RDNA3 architecturein a movement that is presumed perhaps somewhat hasty and that denotes AMD’s desire to respond to NVIDIA’s launch in a hurry (we say this mainly because they have not yet been officially presented, and that we remember is the first time that announces the launch date before presenting the product itself).
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September 20, 2022 • 14:59
A few weeks ago AMD confirmed the existence of this new generation of RX 7000 Series graphics cards, which it said will offer a huge improvement in efficiency of 50% performance per watt of consumption. And this is another point in which AMD attacks NVIDIA, since as you may have seen in yesterday’s presentation, the new generation of those in green is expected to have unleashed consumption. Let’s remember that AMD’s new RDNA 3 architecture will be based on a 5nm lithographymuch more efficient than the current one.
In short, it seems that the new AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series will arrive on November 3just a few weeks after the NVIDIA RTX 40 Series hit the market (October 12), in a move that will undoubtedly make many users hesitate between directly buying the new NVIDIA GPUs (whose price is exorbitant and is expected to have a very high consumption), or wait a bit and see what AMD can do with its next-gen (whose price and consumption will be much lower, although we do not expect them to be cheap).
You can see it around minute 30 of this video.
Let us also remember that during the event in which Lisa Su’s company presented its Ryzen 7000, it also talked about these new Radeon RX 7000 Series graphics, even showing a demonstration in which it moved a game at 4K resolution to the maximum with clear solvency.
And so far what is KNOWN, because everything else is pure speculation. Rumors and leaks say that AMD will mount up to 24 GB of GDDR6 VRAM memory, a large amount of memory but that still remains in the previous generation, and does not even make the jump to the GDDR6X that NVIDIA already uses in some of its graphics.
We will see what happens once the RTX 40 Series are on the street and the reaction of users to it, but what certainly seems interesting is that this movement by AMD, announcing the launch of its competition just a few weeks later, could affect and much to the sales performance of those in green.