AMD intends to begin shipping 5nm RDNA 3 graphics solutions in

AMD intends to begin shipping 5nm RDNA-3 graphics solutions in Q4

Perhaps of all the new AMD products slated for announcement this year, consumer graphics cards powered by the RDNA 3 architecture are the least discussed by company officials at official events. Their announcement is usually casual and very economical, and the last AMD quarterly conference call was no exception. In fact, the company only confirmed its intention to launch new graphics cards before the end of the year.

    Image source: AMD

Image source: AMD

We emphasize that in the case of the Ryzen 7000 desktop processors, AMD CEO Lisa Su has held to more specific deadlines and promised to deliver them before the end of the current third quarter. She spoke more about the new generation graphics cards in the context of the general demand situation in the gaming market. she is beginning with the fact that in the third quarter demand for gaming graphics will decrease, but this will not prevent the company from following the previously outlined sequence of new product announcements. AMD will introduce by the end of the year High performance GPUs with RDNA 3 architecture. The latter delivers a performance-to-power advantage of over 50% over the previous generation of AMD graphics, and this is achieved by combining an advanced gaming architecture with 5nm lithography and packaging using so-called “chiplets,” according to Lisa Su ” reached. .

Referring to the market as a whole, Lisa Su added that the company will start ramping up shipments of multiple types of 5nm products at once in the fourth quarter, including both server and PC CPUs and graphics products. That means that in the fourth quarter, the company will not only introduce new GPUs, but also start shipping them.

Later, the AMD CEO added that 2021 was a very successful year in terms of sales in the consumer graphics market and therefore demand fell in the second quarter of this year. According to Lisa Su, this is due to both a change in the supply and demand balance and a drop in consumer activity amid a deteriorating macroeconomic environment. In the fourth quarter, however, AMD expects steady growth in the graphics segment as new products are introduced until then.


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