Even the smaller models of AMD RX-7000 graphics cards are said to outperform the current best models.
With the RX 6900 XT, AMD currently has a very powerful graphics card on offer, however, it is priced at € 999. In return, buyers get a graphics card roughly equal to the more expensive Geforce RTX 3090 (recommended retail price: € 1,499). AMD is already working on the next generation of background graphics cards. These game accelerators, called the RX 7000, are said to be based on RDNA-3 and offer a lot more performance. The
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He wants to know that the Navi 33 chip installed on the RX 7000 cards will have as many cores as the current Navi 21 chip, which is used on the high-end RX 6900 XT, RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 graphics cards.
This leads to the assumption that even AMD’s upcoming mid-range and entry-level graphics cards will run as fast as the current top models of the RX-6000 generation. Yuko Yoshida assumes that Navi 33 will not only offer as many cores as Navi 21, but it will also allow more performance per cycle thanks to the improved architecture. A 15 percent increase can be visualized compared to current cards. Changing from the 7nm process for the RX-6000 cards to the 5nm process for the RX-7000 cards is likely responsible. Due to the tighter structures on the chip, more computing modules simply fit into it. According to AMD’s roadmap, RX-7000 graphics cards with RDNA-3 architecture will likely not appear until the end of 2022. It remains to be seen whether the current delivery issues with graphics cards and other IT products will improve by then.