AMD Radeon RX 7900 series rumored to launch in early December

Published: Oct 28th 2022, 08:11 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

AMD RDNA3 unveil next week, product launch a month later?

According to hardware leaker Greymon55, AMD RDNA3 architecture launch is now expected in December. 

Greymon previously reported that the launch (product availability) of Radeon RX 7000 series should be expected to be around November 27th. It is now said that this date has been pushed back by a week. This means that the new Radeon series could end up launching in December. One should note, however, that this is not technically a delay because AMD never communicated the release date.

It is also worth reminding that the official unveil date has not changed, official introduction of AMD’s RX 7000 series is still planned for November 3rd. In fact, AMD has been very vocal about this event, so the company is clearly very eager to show us the new cards as soon as possible. As long as rumors are concerned, product launch is either in late November or early December.

In retrospect, even with the rumored December launch, it is still not as long as NVIDIA wants their fans to wait for the RTX 4080. The company introduced its RTX 40 series on September 20th, but the new card is not coming sooner than November 16th. Similarly, the RX 6900XT announced on October 28th 2020 was not released until December 8th the same year.

When it comes to the product names, there is another confirmation on the RX 7900XTX variant. This picture posted and quickly removed by one of the editors, seems to corroborate on the top XTX part with 24GB VRAM.

AMD Navi 31 XTX variant with 24GB VRAM, Source: [redacted]

RUMORED Radeon RX 7900 Specifications
VideoCardz.comRadeon RX 7900 XTXRadeon RX 7900 XT
Architecture5nm RDNA35nm RDNA3
GPUNavi 31 XTXNavi 31 XT
Stream Processors
24GB G6
20GB G6
Memory Bus
Memory Speed
20 Gbps
20 Gbps
960 GB/s
800 GB/s

Source: @greymon55

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