AMD has confirmed that the Radeon RX 7000 “RDNA 3” GPU family is now complete and no additional SKUs are planned although we may see an update.
There will be no more Radeon RX 7000 “RDNA 3” GPUs according to AMD but an update could be on the table
talk while Preview of last night’s Radeon Gaming eventScott Herkelman (Senior Vice President, AMD) has confirmed that their RDNA 3 portfolio featuring the Radeon RX 7000 GPU is now complete with the release of the Radeon RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT GPUs. Targeting the $499 and $449 high-end gaming segment, the new cards will launch on September 6th with plenty of models to choose from.
With its launch yesterday, there are now six graphics cards in the Radeon RX 7000 GPU family. These include the flagship Radeon RX 7900 XTX starting at $999, RX 7900 XT for $849, 7900 GRE for $649, 7800 XT for $499, 7700 XT for $449 and RX 7600 for $269. American . It’s worth noting that AMD has no competition to offer within the US $299-$399 segment, and that leaves a huge gap since that’s usually the segment where most of the major players spend.
For the same lineup, the RX 7900 XTX is pitted against the RTX 4080 with 24GB of VRAM, the RX 7900 XT is pitted against the RTX 4070 Ti with 20GB of VRAM, the RX 7900 GRE is pitted against the RTX 4070 with 16 GB of VRAM, and the RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 are pitted against The XT is pitted against the RTX 4070 and RTX 4060 Ti with 16/12GB of VRAM, and the RX 7600 is pitted against the RTX 4060 with 8GB of VRAM. The RX 7900 GRE is a mostly Chinese GPU with limited availability in global markets.
Here’s what AMD’s Scott Herkelman had to say:
Mace (Host): You launched the 7700 XT and 7800 XT. Will this complete the RDNA3 portfolio or is there perhaps more on the horizon?
Scott: Well, the RDNA3 portfolio is now complete. Of all the products that we have planned to launch, these are the last few that we will launch. We may have some different versions, but it’s not a new ASIC/SKU. […] It’s been a journey, it’s been almost a year since we released our first RDNA3 and now it’s been a year since we finished the series. We have to finish, we’re done and we’re excited. And now I think we have a wide range covered for people who want RDNA3 up and down the price.
Scott mentions that while the AMD RDNA 3 GPU lineup is complete and there won’t be any additional SKUs, there may be future releases with similar specs and minor changes but this mostly depends on market demand and competition. This may point to an update similar to AMD’s Radeon RX 50XT series that was introduced with RDNA 2 GPUs, providing higher clock speeds and faster TBPs. There is no word on the navigation side which means that Navi 33 is the best AMD has to offer gamers with reports of a possible Navi 32 version coming to mobile which is now a distant dream.
This means that AMD will eventually offer approximately half the amount of SKUs in the RDNA 3 family versus the RDNA 2 lineup which included 9 Radeon RX 6000 launches and 3 additional refresh parts. AMD has no plans to release an RTX 4090 competitor though they have stated that they can and also won’t come close to the high-end players in the laptop segment. It’s also unlikely that the GPU vendor will target the enthusiast space with its RDNA 4 lineup that will launch next year as per the latest rumors.
AMD offers some great competition with NVIDIA with its RDNA 3 lineup and mostly lags behind in the ray tracing and efficiency department. It can be tuned with RDNA 4 and boosted even further with RDNA 5 GPUs, but NVIDIA doesn’t hold back on delivering much higher performance and overall efficiency, so no matter what it’s worth, it retains the performance crown that matters most to keep the brain engaged. across consumers.
AMD Generational Radeon GPU Chip Comparison:
|Radeon RX 5000||Radeon RX 6000||Radeon RX 7000|
|Very excited +||nothing||6950 XT / $1,099 (16GB)||nothing|
|So excited||nothing||6900 XT / $999 (16GB)||7900 XTX / $999 (24GB)|
|Excited +||nothing||6800 XT / $649 (16GB)||7900XT / $849 (20GB)|
|excited||nothing||6800 / $579 (16GB)
6750 XT / $549 (12GB)
|7900 GB / $649 (16GB)
7800XT / $499 (16GB)
|high end +||nothing||6700 XT / $479 (12GB)||7700XT / $449 (12GB)|
|high end||5700XT / $399 (8GB)||$6,700 / $429 (10GB)
6650 XT / $399 (8GB)
|mid-range+||5700 / $349 (8GB)||6600XT / $379 (8GB)||nothing|
|mid range||5600 XT / $279 (6GB)||6,600 / $329 (8GB)||7600 / $269 (8GB)|
|entry level +||5500 XT / $169 (4GB)||6500 XT / $199 (4GB)||nothing|
|Beginner||nothing||6400 / $159 (4GB)||nothing|
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