NVIDIA introduced the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 GPUs and while they are amazing GPUs, they are not without their competition. Not only is there a new player in the game, Intel, but NVIDIA’s main competitor AMD is also preparing new GPUs of its own. And we’ll see more about them very, very soon.
Just as NVIDIA announced its new GPUs, AMD took the opportunity to announce the date of its next big GPU event: November 3, 2022. They will be based on the company’s RDNA 3 architecture and will presumably be sold as the Radeon RX. . 7000-series if AMD keeps its current naming scheme.
Among the things that we could see in these new graphics cards, we have a new chiplet design and a 5nm TSMC process node, as well as an optimized graphics pipeline, a next generation version of Infinity Cache and a new memory unit design. improved computing.
RDNA 2 GPUs are slowly taking over AMD’s Ryzen APUs, which previously used Vega GPUs, in both desktops and laptops, but RDNA 3 would take over the gaming GPU space, and presumably, in APUs as well. in the future.
We’ll know more about these GPUs once the AMD event rolls around, but NVIDIA might have reason to worry.