AMD announces Radeon 7000 (RDNA3) livestream event for November 3rd

Published: 20th Oct 2022, 15:55 GMT   Comments

AMD Radeon 7000 live stream now officially on November 3rd

It looks like the wording in the original RDNA3 announcement was inaccurate. AMD today confirms that on this date there will be a livestream with product unveil, but unfortunately, it says nothing about “launch”.  

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series (RDNA2), Source: AMD

On November 3rd, AMD will host a live stream called “together we advance_gaming”, a continuation August “together we advance_PCs” event dedicated to AMD Ryzen 7000 series. The GPU event is to likely follow suit by only providing the most important information on the new Radeon series, such as product names, design, and performance. The company should also confirm the exact launch dates and pricing.

AMD to Host Livestream Event to Unveil AMD RDNA 3 Graphics Generation

AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced “together we advance_gaming,” a livestream event to unveil the next generation of AMD Radeon™ graphics. AMD executives will provide details on the new high-performance, energy-efficient AMD RDNA™ 3 architecture that will deliver new levels of performance, efficiency and functionality to gamers and content creators.

The show premieres at 1:00 p.m. PDT on Thursday, November 3, on the AMD YouTube channel. A replay can be accessed a few hours after the conclusion of the event at

The event is planned for 1 PM PDT, which is a bit later than usual. This means that Radeon fans from the eastern side of the globe will have to wake up early to watch:

  • Central European Time: 21:00
  • China (Beijing): 04:00 AM
  • Australia (Sydney): 7:00 AM

According to the rumors, the actual product launch should be expected by the end of November, so just before holiday sale season. AMD is most likely to announce the enthusiast Radeon 7900 series first, with high-end and mid-range products to follow later.

Source: AMD

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