At any rate, well learn more on March 3rd at 11am ET. So please join us then for the full information on AMDs next Radeon video card.
It looks like AMD is getting ready to launch the next part in their RDNA2/RX 6000 household of video cards. And with a photo of a formerly unseen Radeon video card consisted of with the announcement, AMD is leaving little obscurity about their strategies.
Essentially giving us half of the product statement up-front, AMD has actually likewise posted a brief, looping video of the card, highlighting the relatively sizable card and its open air cooler with dual axial fans. AMD began the RDNA2 family with the top cards and GPU (Navi 21) initially, so this is the next action in the anticipated filtering down of RDNA2 into cheaper video cards.
The event, officially called “Where Gaming Begins Episode 3”, will be another Radeon-focused occasion, where AMD will “introduce the most recent addition to the Radeon RX family of high-performance graphic cards.” AMDs previous 2 WGB events have been pre-recorded presentations, so were anticipating the exact same here.
Well find out more about the card next week naturally, however I would expect to see it positioned to complete against NVIDIAs GeForce RTX 3060 series, with todays statement by AMD clearly planned to be a little bit of a spoiler ahead of NVIDIAs launch tomorrow. Currently AMDs product stack stops at the $579 RX 6800, so it will be intriguing to see just where this upcoming video card lands– if itll be located closer to the $400 RTX 3060 Ti, or the (nominally) $329 RTX 3060. AMD and NVIDIAs GPUs have been somewhat out of alignment this generation, as evidenced by Navi 21s performance, so I wont be too stunned if this next Navi GPU (Navi 22) similarly floats in between NVIDIAs GA106 and GA104.
It looks like AMD is getting prepared to release the next part in their RDNA2/RX 6000 family of video cards. This afternoon the company sent a save the date invite to journalism and public, announcing that the company will be holding a Radeon-related announcement next Wednesday, March the 3rd. And with an image of a previously hidden Radeon video card included with the statement, AMD is leaving little obscurity about their strategies.
The cornerstone of the statement will be the introduction of a brand-new Radeon video card. Basically providing us half of the product statement up-front, AMD has actually likewise published a brief, looping video of the card, highlighting the fairly substantial card and its open air cooler with double axial fans. Given this, were probably taking a look at what will be a Radeon RX 6700 card. AMD began the RDNA2 household with the top cards and GPU (Navi 21) initially, so this is the next step in the anticipated filtering down of RDNA2 into less expensive video cards.
I presume well hear some software-related news from AMD. The company has actually shown an aptness for bundling software application news into these hardware announcements, seeking to maximize these large, highly noticeable item launches. I dont expect AMD to solely talk about the new video card for 15+ minutes.
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