1440p gaming and 12GB of GDDR6 memory
AMD has already announced that its new RDNA 2 graphics cards are scheduled for the first half of 2021, but now we have more details, so the RX 6700 XT could launch as early as March, with 12GB of GDDR6 memory and aiming at 1440p gaming.
Far Cry 6, Godfall, The Riftbreaker and World of Warcraft: Shadowlands
AMD is off to a great start with the Radeon RX 6000 series and managed to seriously confront Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3000 series. Now the company wants to show off its Partner showcase and the impressive list of games.
Reference for now, but custom versions are incoming
As AMD's first RDNA 2-based Radeon RX 6800 series cards are finally available, AIB partners are moving to the market with their own cards, and Biostar is starting off with reference versions, while custom ones should be coming soon.
In design and on "advanced node"
During its Big Navi RDNA 2 event, AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, briefly talked about the future of GPU graphics, saying that RDNA 3 is on track.
In ample stock and "meeting proper expectation"
Nvidia had a rough start with its new RTX 3080, mostly due to scalpers, and it appears that AMD is looking not to make the same mistake.
Zen 3 on October 8th and RDNA 2 on October 28th
AMD has finally unveiled the date for its two big events scheduled for October, including a Zen 3 event on October 8th, and the RDNA 2/Radeon RX 6000 series event scheduled for October 28th.
AMD RDNA 2 architecture
Software king of the world Microsoft has been on the Interwebs talking about the gubbins inside its new Xbox Series X, and what interested us was its GPU.
AMD confirms during its Q2 2020 financial call
During its Q2 2020 financial call, AMD has confirmed that its entire lineup is on track for this year and that the company is focused on bringing Zen 3 architecture, both Ryzen and EPYC, as well its RDNA 2 and CDNA architectures to the market in 2020.
Will be a "halo product"
AMD has confirmed that its upcoming Navi 2, also known as Big Navi, will both be AMD's first RNDA 2 based product as well as launch before consoles, suggesting a pre-Holiday release.
From both Nvidia and AMD
According to a report from Digitimes, next-gen consumer graphics cards from both Nvidia and AMD could launch in September.