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AMD’s RDNA 3 Card Could Be Four Times As Powerful As RX 6900 XT?!

TECH NEWS – AMD and Nvidia are both preparing for the next generation, and it’s possible that the red team could offer four times the TFLOPS of the current flagship GPU.

 

 

Is AMD about to make a big splash with its latest card? According to a recent report from Videocardz, which cites a tweet from noted leaker Greymon55, it’s possible that AMD could release a flagship from its upcoming RDNA 3 lineup that could knock out one of its most potent current cards. According to the leak, the tech giant could potentially launch a GPU that offers 92 TFLOPS or teraflop FP32 performance.

Previous speculation had suggested that this elusive hardware could have 75 TFLOPS, so that’s a pretty big step forward.

Just for comparison, the current AMD RX 6900 XT, released in December 2020, has 23.04 TFLOPS, so this means that the company’s market-leading RDNA 3 product could be four times as powerful. However, there are a few things worth pointing out. Firstly, this is based on speculation only, and it has not yet been confirmed what the specifications of any upcoming Navi31 card will be. Second, more TFLOPS doesn’t necessarily mean it will be four times as powerful across the board, but it’s an interesting point.

With only a few months to go until the next generation arrives, both AMD and Nvidia are trying to squeeze some more life out of this generation before the market moves on.

The latest rumours suggest that the AMD RX 6950 XT could be as expensive as the RTX 3090 Ti, not to mention that the red team has just launched a low-cost graphics card too. It should also be remembered that Intel is also getting into the fray.

With the Arc desktop graphics cards coming this summer, the two teams will have another rival in the GPU industry. However, both giants are preparing for the future of the technology, which could leave Intel behind. With RDNA 3 coming from AMD later this year and Nvidia hopefully launching its RTX 40 series in September, and with the chip shortage perhaps, finally, slowly coming to an end (or not) and prices coming down, it suggests that the end of the year could be an exciting time for PC gamers.

Source: Videocardz

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