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AMD Shows Off Radeon RX 7000 Graphics Card Based on RDNA 3 Architecture

AMD RX 7000 graphics card was shown with RDNA 3 architecture for the first time.

AMD shows the Radeon RX 7000 graphics card with RDNA 3 architecture for the first time. The design of an RDNA 3 GPU has been shown at the presentation event of Ryzen 7000. The design would keep the guidelines imposed by RX 6000. Check out all the details below.

AMD Radeon RX 7000 Graphics Card Shown with RDNA 3 Architecture

amd radeon rx 7000 graphics card based on rdna 3 architecture shown

The CEO of AMD, Dr. Lisa Su, has unveiled the upcoming Radeon RX 7000 graphics card, following the announcement of the Ryzen 7000 series of processors, which will be released on September 27.

For the unversed, this is the first time the Radeon RX 7000 GPU has been shown, apart from a first public demo of an RDNA 3 graphics card coupled with the Ryzen 7950X processor, the highest performing chip in the desktop series.

The game chosen for the demo was the recent Lies of P. The game ran at 4K resolution and Ultra quality. This tells us too much, because we don’t know exactly which model of the RX 7000 series was being used, but it is good news that RDNA 3 graphics cards are now fully operational.

The design remains in a black color scheme, which is similar to that of the Radeon RX 6950 XT series. The image shows part of the final model, but it does not show the power connector and we do not know the exact thickness. What we are seeing is the cooling design that consists of three fans, in addition to white illuminated lines.

During the presentation, it is also reaffirmed that the performance per watt will be +50% over RDNA 2. The Navi 31 chip is expected to contain some 12288 SM (Stream Processors) and up to 24GB of GDDR6 memory.

The company has not revealed the release date, but they confirm that they will be available in stores at the end of this year 2022. We will keep you informed about any updates on this new graphics card, until then stay tuned to TechNClub.com.