Scott Herkelmann, Gerente general and responsible for AMD Radeon, has been in charge of officially announcing it on Twitter. The AMD executive posted a tweet this afternoon, just a few hours before the NVIDIA launch, telling us that the next November 3 is the date chosen for the AMD Radeon RX 7000 presentation event.
—Scott Herkelman (@sherkelman) September 20, 2022
The company already reminded us at the Ryzen 7000 launch event that these graphics cards are coming soon, and we know that RDNA 3 will see performance/watt improvements of at least 50%. Let’s not forget either chiplet design that we will see in all the models of medium-high and high range, and of all architectural improvements That should boost your performance.
Now, what is really going to interest us about these new graphics cards is its price. NVIDIA has taken a pretty big step again with Ada Lovelace, the new DLSS 3 and other architecture features are incredibly promising and we could see a NVIDIA’s leadership in performance, at least when it comes to ray tracing.
If this happens, which is a total speculation on our part, AMD would have the role of adopting some more reasonable prices. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 part of more than 1000 euros, and if AMD gets a graphics card comparable (or even better) to a noticeably lower price surely eat the market.
Now, you have to ask yourself if this is something that interests you or not. Another possibility would be that the AMD Radeon RX 7000 had an expensive price, like NVIDIA, to take advantage of the pull that these GPUs are having, which are gaining more and more confidence from users.
For us, AMD should be in a position to combine improved performance and increased pairing with NVIDIA with the price competitiveness. The graphics card market has been seeing price increases for years that are quite worrying.
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In any case, we are going to continue giving you all the information we know about the new RDNA 3 thoroughly, in addition to the NVIDIA RTX 40, so keep an eye on the web. What do you think AMD will do with its Radeon RX 7000 this November? Leave it to us in the comments!