AMD has unveiled its new RDNA 3 graphics processor, a chiplet gaming GPU. The new chip will be powering the newly unveiled Radeon RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT graphics cards. It features a 5nm GCD and six nm MCDs and 61 TFLOPS of computing power. It also has 58 billion transistors and a 15 percent increase in frequency over RDNA 2. AMD also said the RDNA 3 GPU will feature a unified, high-performance architecture with a mixed chiplet architecture.
The next-generation RDNA 3 graphics architecture will incorporate AMD’s adaptive power management, which makes sure the GPU only uses power when needed to perform its job. In addition to this, it will have AMD Infinity Cache, which provides higher-density, lower-power caches. The new chiplet design will help minimize power consumption while boosting performance.
AMD RDNA Architecture Powers Gaming
AMD also unveiled its new HYPR-RX graphics technology, which will allow users to optimize frame rates and reduce latency with one click. AMD expects to release this new chiplet GPU in the first half of 2023. The company has also announced that the new RDNA 3 will support dedicated hardware from AMD.
The new RDNA 3 architecture will be the basis of AMD’s flagship GPUs, which will support DisplayPort 2.1 and 12-Bit HDR up to 68 billion Colors. The new GPUs are said to deliver incredibly high-resolution gaming at up to four times the resolution of current GPUs. This will allow gamers to experience games in 4K or 8K resolution with high-quality frame rates.