AMD, Radeon RX 7900 series graphics card announcement

AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) unveiled the new AMD Radeon RX 7900 Series graphics card on November 3 (November 4). The Radon RX 7900 series is composed of AMD Radeon RX 7900 ATX (AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX) and Radon RX 7900 AT (Radon RX 7900 AT) graphics card and is designed based on the new AMD RDNA 3 architecture. The series is characterized by providing high frame rate and power efficiency even in high-resolution gaming environments of more than 4K.

The containment of the AMD RDNA 3 architecture is equipped with 5 nm and 6 nm process nodes optimized for different types of tasks. AMD has increased the performance of RDNA 3 architecture to up to 54%compared to the AMD RDNA 2 architecture, and enhances the connection speed between the graphics card and memory system poet to 5.3 TB per second.

The new caplet design supports up to 96 new computing units, the second-generation AMD Infinity Cache, up to 384-bit memory interface and up to 24 GB of high-speed GDDR6 memory. Compared to the RDNA 2 architecture, AI processing performance has improved up to 2.7 times, and also supports the second generation racing technology, which is up to 1.8 times higher than before.

Based on these improvements, the Radon 7900 XTX and 7900 AT graphics cards provide up to 1.7 times more improved performance compared to the RDNA 2 architecture-based graphics card when running a specific game title at 4K resolution. In addition, it supports DisplayPort 2.1, which implements up to 165Hz refreshing rate at 480Hz at 4K resolution and 8K resolution.

Scott Hellman, vice president and general manager of the AMD graphics division, said, The Radon RX 7900 series is designed for gamers and gamers. It was. In addition, Radon RX 7900 series and RDNA 3 architecture are the result of AMD’s constant efforts to show differentiated technological innovations. We expect gamers around the world to provide more vivid visuals and new advanced technologies.