Although most gamers are electrified by the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 graphics cards, we must not forget that AMD will also introduce its new systems soon. It is worth noting that the Radeons RX 7000 promises to be very interesting – a lot is said about the powerful computing power of the chips, their non-standard architecture and a number of new technologies on board. Furthermore, some interesting news leaked to the network today.
RDNA 3 graphics cards are intended to achieve clock speeds of up to 4 GHz. Today, there is no GPU system that offers such operational frequencies. Furthermore, we can count on the modules to receive improved adaptive power management technology and the next generation of AMD Infinity cache.
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According to a leaker linked to HXL (@9550pro), the upcoming RX 7000 series of Radeons will achieve clock speeds of around 4GHz. Leaks from this Twitter have proven their existence in the past, so it’s not worth ignoring them. We don’t know exactly which model will work with such high clocks, but regardless, getting to that level would be a huge achievement on the part of AMD. Today, no system offers such operational frequencies, although the Reds set the boundaries in this category long ago. After all, AMD is responsible for the first units up to 1 GHz (Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition) or – stubbornly – up to 3 GHz (RX 6900 XT / RX 6950 XT overclocked).
Approx 4GHz GPU pic.twitter.com/CC97YL9Nov
– HXL (@9550pro) September 19, 2022
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Furthermore, some interesting facts about the upcoming RDNA 3 prototypes were revealed to us by Sam Naffziger, Vice President and Technology Architect of AMD. As it turns out, next-generation graphics processors will offer many new solutions. In the first place is the improved technology of adaptive power management, which is supposed to enable the identification of operating points for a given load. Thanks to him, the graphics processor uses only the power necessary for a certain load. In addition, we learned that the Radeons RX 7000 will be equipped with the next generation AMD Infinity Cache, which has a higher density and lower power consumption.
|AMD NAVI 31||AMD NAVI 32||AMD NAVI 33|
|Building||multi-slide unit||multi-slide unit||congener|
|lithography||TSMC 5 nm + 6 nm||TSMC 5 nm + 6 nm||TSMC 6 nm|
|GPU area||~630 mm² (GCD 370 mm²)||~ 440 mm² (GCD 260 mm²)||~ 400 mm²|
|Chipplete composition||1x GCD + 6x MCD||1x GCD + 4x MCD||–|
|VRAM||24 GB GDDR6 384 bit||16 GB GDDR6 256 bit||8 GB GDDR6128 bit|
|Infiniti cash||192 MB||128 MB||96 – 128 MB|
|likely video card||AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT||AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT||AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT|
|the first show||Fourth Quarter 2022||Fourth Quarter 2022 / First Quarter 2023||Fourth Quarter 2022 / First Quarter 2023|
Source: WCCFTech, @9550pro, AMD
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