AMD Next-Gen RDNA 3 & RDNA 4 GPU Rumors: Over 50% Performance Increase, Increased Radeon RX 7000 Pricing & Launch In 2H 2022. When is amd releasing new gpus

Compared to the NVIDIA RTX 3060, its main competitor, you expect about a 15% premium on the AMD card’s performance. However, the RX 6600 XT’s list price is approximately $ 50 more than the 3060.

AMD Next-Gen RDNA 3 & RDNA 4 GPU Rumors: Over 50% Performance Increase, Increased Radeon RX 7000 Pricing & Launch In 2H 2022

A series of new rumors about the AMD RDNA 3 and RDNA 4 GPUs that will power the next-generation Radeon RX graphics cards has been revealed by Moore’s Law Is Dead. The Initiate is mostly talking about RDNA 3 GPUs, but also presents a slight update to RDNA 4 GPUs, both of which will feature MCM chips.

AMD RDNA 3 & RDNA 4 GPU Rumors For Next-Gen Radeon RX Series Graphics Cards: Higher Prices, Higher Performance, 2H 2022 Launch

MLID starts out by discussing performance estimates, and we’ve had several of them for a while. We’ve seen previous rumors of up to 2.5x performance gains for RDNA 3 over RDNA 2, and MLID says AMD has always aimed at more than 50% performance gains over the Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card with its RDNA 3 architecture.

Rumors of AMD Radeon RX 7000 (RDNA 3) GPUs speak of higher performance and higher prices per layer. (Image source: MLID)

Rumors of AMD Radeon RX 7000 (RDNA 3) GPUs speak of higher performance and higher prices per layer. (Image source: MLID)

He says he believes AMD will be able to achieve a performance improvement of at least 60%, but also claims that theoretical top performance and real-world performance are not the same. This is the MLID basically talking about this 2.5 times improvement over the previous version and that it can be based on a specific simulation or load. The average performance improvement may change in the final design, although several leaks still believe RDNA 3 will achieve a 2-2.5x increase in performance over RDNA 2.

It was also mentioned that, like RDNA 2, the topmost SKU of the RDNA 3 has changed a lot in the last few years. This means that the product has had several variations, but the development and mass production of V-Cache stacking technology has increased the confidence of the next-generation GPU builder in its performance. Another interesting thing mentioned in the rumor is that RDNA 3 is expected to bring big gains in ray tracing performance and efficiency while increasing the power requirements of high-end models.

Hopefully the performance gains will be even greater. The next-generation APUs will feature more compute units, but moreover, they will feature a much better RDNA 2 architecture. As the same architecture is found in the RX 6000 graphics cards, we expect big profits from the Ryzen 6000 APU when AMD is ready to release them.

AMD’s upcoming flagship GPUs should be 3x faster than RX 6900XT

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