Lovelace RTX 40-series comes in Q4 2022
According to the latest rumors, Nvidia might be bringing RTX 30 Super SKUs early next year, lining it up with CES 2022 in January, while Q4 2022, or October, might be the timeframe for RTX 40-series based on Lovelace architecture.
Including a dual-GPU Radeon Pro W6800X Duo
AMD has brought a big update to the Apple Mac Pro system by introducing the new Radeon Pro W6000X series graphics cards, with all three SKUs, the Radeon Pro W6900X, Radeon Pro W6800X, and the Radeon Pro W6800X Duo, based on the RNDA2 Navi 21 GPU.
Shipping in December and starting at $399
Valve has now officially announced its handheld console, called the Steam Deck. Based on a custom AMD APU with Zen 2 CPU and RDNA 2 GPU, the Steam Deck should pack enough punch to run games on a 7-inch screen when it launches in December 2021, with a starting price of $399.
Maxing out the Navi 22 GPU
AMD has officially announced its fourth Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card, the RDNA2 Navi 22 based Radeon RX 6700 XT which will be priced at $479 SEP.
Radeon RX 6700/RX 6500 and mobile RDNA2 coming in H1 2021
During its CES 2021 keynote, AMD has teased a rather neat slide that shows upcoming mobile and desktop GPUs that will arrive in H1 2021.
Outperforms Nvidia in AMD slides with Rage Mode and Smart Access Memory
As expected, AMD has held its Big Navi event announcing its first RDNA2-based Radeon RX 6000 series cards, including the RX 6800, RX 6800XT, and the flagship Radeon RX 6900XT. In addition to performance and power efficiency improvements, the RDNA2-based RX 6000 series cards will bring some new improvements like the Infinity Cache, Smart Access Memory, DirectX 12 Ultimate support, and more.
Possible Big Navi does good, might be trailing the RTX 3080
As usually happens, AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, took to the stage to wrap up the Ryzen 5000 series desktop CPU launch, and gave a quick teaser of what to expect from the upcoming Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards, showing the performance of the Radeon RX 6000 series card at 4K and in three games.
At least not on consumer/gamer graphics cards
AMD has now confirmed that it has finally said goodbye to reference blower-style fans for consumer/gamer Radeon graphics cards, and has even teased a possible future design during its recent Financial Analyst Day 2020.