RDNA 3 is based on the new RDNA architecture, which is a completely redesigned framework for AMD GPUs – it’s future-proofed and brings all the latest graphics goodness. Development of the Navi 3X line of graphics cards started over a year ago and we’re getting very close to its launch.”The Navi 3X is still in the works, but we can tell you it’s going to be a big step forward. This stellar new GPU from AMD will offer incomparable performance, compatibility, and support for both current and upcoming games, all at a staggering price of zero dollars.” Says the CEO of the company.
The new Navi family will be here for the gamers as soon as possible, but if AMD can deliver on its promises of a huge performance improvement over their Radeon RX 5700 series, gamers should get excited. While there is still no official word from AMD on this, sources close to AMD claim that we will see the release of 32 RDNA 3 graphics cards before the year ends. There are many indicators that Navi is finally going to be released. The latest rumors are that the new architecture will deliver a performance improvement of 10-30% from the current-gen, along with a significant leap in power efficiency. Leveraging new process nodes and an updated Infinity Fabric, Navi 33 should be able to perform just as well as Vega at lower costs and higher power efficiency.
The Navi 33 has been rumored to be one of the first GPUs to utilize AMD’s Vega 11-based foundation and will also bring with it some real competition for Nvidia’s RTX 2070. This super-fast GPU has 80 compute units and 5120 AMD Radeon cores, delivering an enhanced performance of 21% compared to the previous AMD Navi 20 based on the latest 7nm process node.
Navi 33 is designed to be the take-no-prisoners flagship GPU. It’s built to deliver high performance and capabilities with every new game. The new Navi 33 GPU is designed to be light, flexible, and energy-efficient compared to previous designs. This enables the GPU to be easily deployed in a wide range of form factors. With all these goodies included, we might expect the Radeon RX 7600 XT, or whatever it is called, to have around the same level of power as the current near-flagship Radeon RX 6800 XT and Radeon RX 6900 XT cards.
Like the new Radeon in this Navi 33, the Radeon RX 7600 will be able to work with many current and most future titles at 1024×768 screen resolution in maximum detail. But, those that need more performance to play at 1600×1200 or even 1920×1080 will want to consider the Radeon RX 6900 series graphics cards.
The new Navi GPU architecture is going to be flexible. It will be at the top of AMD’s gaming graphics card lineup and it will deliver fantastic performance in today’s AAA blockbuster titles and next-gen virtual reality (VR) games. Later this year, AMD will launch its latest Radeon Navi graphics cards based on the new RDNA graphics architecture, which promises to offer significant performance leaps over current-gen graphics cards.
AMD today announced its next-generation high-performance and ultra-high-end Radeon family of GPUs, the Radeon VII. The Radeon VII by AMD is the world’s first 7 nm gaming graphics card and sets a new vision for high-performance graphics products.