PC components have relatively short life cycles and we’re nearly two years since the current graphics cards were released. So we do expect the next-gen to release sometime soon, in particular, we look at AMD RDNA 3 release date, price, and specifications.
Since there is no official news we have corroborated the leaks and rumors surrounding the products. As well as combining what we know from previous releases and applying it to the next.
So for RDNA 3, we expect the next range of RX 7000 series GPUs. Improving upon the RX 6000 series that finally brought Radeon up against Nvidia. We do expect even more improvements and close calls between the two. But with the RTX 4000 series, there is a lot of excitement to expect to see which graphics cards will come out on top.
AMD RDNA 3 release date
Update: From the latest prediction or leak we get a closer idea. With the suggestion that the series will launch in late October to mid-November.
The current speculation towards the AMD RDNA 3 release date is September 2022. Or at least during the second half of the year. From previous releases, we can see any patterns in its releases. RDNA 2 was released sooner than expected but brought better performance increases. But two years on we expect RDNA 3 to come out in September/October time.
- Vega 10 – August 2017
- RDNA 1 – July 2019
- RDNA 2 – October 2020
AMD RDNA 3 architecture
Further improving upon the RDNA 2 architecture the RDNA 3 architecture has a couple of differences. One adjustment is the manufacturing process it will be utilizing. From an employee’s LinkedIn update. It shows them working on Navi31, 32, and 33 projects. These are made with 5&6nm, 5&6nm, and 6nm respectively., most likely from TSMC again.
It does suggest that the higher-end choices are on a smaller node. While also listing two processes it could suggest they are using an MCM design. Similar to what it offers in its Aldebaran data center accelerators.
AMD RDNA 3 specifications
Combining multiple sources of information from reliable leakers. However, without confirmation, it is still down to change. AMD also seems to have more information locked down with less coming out. Although that may be the potential date differences between the releases.
|Navi 31||Navi 32||Navi 33|
|Fabrication||TSMC 5nm + 6nm||TSMC 5nm + 6nm||TSMC 6nm|
|Architecture||RDNA 3||RDNA 3||RDNA 3|
|Configuration||1x GCD + 6x MCD||1x GCS + 4x MCD||TBC|
|GPU clock||~3.0 GHz||TBC||TBC|
|Memory||24GB GDDR6||16GB GDDR6||8GB GDDR6|
|Memory bandwidth||18 Gbps (864 GB/s)||18 Gbps (576 GB/s)||18 Gbps (288 GB/s)|
|Infinity cache||384 MB||256 MB||128 MB|
|PCIe interface||Gen 5||Gen 5||Gen 5|
|Release||Q3/Q4 2022||Q3/Q4 2022||Q1 2023|
|FP32 performance||~73 TFLOPS||TBC||TBC|
AMD RDNA 3 price
With the recent silicon shortage and news that TSMC may be increasing pricing, we wouldn’t be surprised that the MSRP increases across generations. Especially with the addition of MCM design effectively doubling the amount of GPU you get although maybe combined they are close to one full old chip.
If the new generation follows suit of the old we can follow on from it. As it tends to be the case that prices stayed the same but more recently they have been rising. And so we may expect some increase as well.
|RX 6000 series||RX 7000 series|
|RX 6900 XT – $999||→||RX 7900 XT ~ $1000-$1500|
|RX 6800 XT – $649||→||RX 7800 XT ~$700-$900|
|RX 6700 XT – $479||→||RX 7700 XT ~ $500-$700|
AMD RDNA 3 overview
There is no official set date but we do know AMD expects the Radeon RDNA 3 GPUs sometime in 2022. We expect to see a good increase in performance, especially ray tracing to bring the fight closer to Nvidia. Where it might win is with ingenuity with 3d chips and MCM design.
We can’t wait to see what’s in stock for the next generation. Which will fit perfectly with the new AM5 platform. We’ll be sure to keep this page updated with the latest.
AMD RDNA 3 lineup
If you’re looking for a more specific page for each of the cards we believe will be in the initial lineup on launch. As if it follows previous launches it will likely have three from its top range of cards.