#AMD #Radeon #RDNA #GPUs #Arrive #December

AMD could formally introduce its next-generation Radeon RX 7000-series graphics cards based on the RDNA 3 architecture sometime in November and release them commercially in December, according to ECSM (opens in new tab), a leaker with a good track record who revealed accurate launch schedule for Intel’s Raptor Lake processors earlier this year. The information corroborates with AMD’s plan to launch its following graphics processing units this year.

The leaker didn’t reveal a specific date, only claiming that the product launch event would be in November. However, he stated that AMD would likely start shipping its flagship and sub-flagship RDNA 3 graphics card in the second half of December.

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