AMD Radeon RX 7000 Graphics Cards With Rearchitected RDNA 3 GPU Compute Units To Deliver Enhanced Ray Tracing Capabilities & Even Higher Clock Speeds
AMD has confirmed that RDNA 3 GPU powered Radeon RX 7000 delivers enhanced raytracing capabilities and even higher clock speeds than RDNA 2.
There are a lot of things that were overlooked during AMD Financial Analyst Day 2022. Things like the fact that AMD confirmed its Zen 4 3D V-Cache Ryzen CPUs coming later this year. Another key comment that was missed out came from AMD's Senior Vice President of Engineering at Radeon Technologies Group, David Wang, who confirmed that AMD will be delivering enhanced raytracing capabilities with their next-gen RDNA 3 GPUs.
It (RDNA 3) is also our first gaming GPU architecture that will leverage the enhanced 5nm process and an advanced chip packaging technology. And another innovation includes a architected compute units with enhanced ray-tracing capabilities and an optimized graphics pipeline with even faster clock speeds and improved power efficiency.
And to bring more photorealistic effects into the domain of realtime gaming, we are developing hybrid approaches that takes the performance of the rasterization combined with the visual fidelity of raytracing, to deliver the best realtime imerssive experiences without comprising performance.
Lastly, our next-generation multimedia, we will support advanced video codecs such as AV1 to deliver high-quality video streaming and reduce latencies and bitrates. We will also improve our display capbilities with the new DisplayPort 2.0 standard to support upcoming HDR displays with high resolutions and refresh rates.
David Wang, AMD's SVP of Engineering at Radeon Technologies Group
Some of the key features of the RDNA 3 GPUs highlighted by AMD will include:
- 5nm Process Node
- Advanced Chiplet Packaging
- Rearchitected Compute Unit
- Optimized Graphics Pipeline
- Next-Gen AMD Infinity Cache
- >50% Perf/Watt vs RDNA 2