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AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT Allegedly Offers 40% Performance Increase over RX 6900XT


This card is going to be EPIC! Can’t wait to see how it will compete against the RTX 3090. Expect some sort of announcement towards the end of 2021.

Taken from TPU … AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture provided a significant performance increase for the company and allowed them to re-enter the high-end GPU market. AMD hopes to keep this momentum up with the launch of its RX 7900 XT card featuring the RDNA 3 architecture which will reportedly bring a further performance increase of at least 40% over the RX 6900 XT with internal projections as high as 60% – 80%.

The RDNA 3 architecture is expected to feature a chiplet-based design with discrete I/O and compute dies similar to Ryzen processors. AMD has officially said they are targetting a 50% performance/watt increase over RDNA 2 with the new architecture which lends weight to this rumor. The RX 7900 XT is not expected to launch in the foreseeable future so take these rumors with a healthy dose of skepticism but if these performance improvements are anything close to accurate AMD could have a winner with RDNA 3.

Source: TPU, Moore’s Law is Dead


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