The next generation of AMD 5/6nm RX 7000 series graphics cards with RNDA3 architecture won't be released until the end of the year, and AMD won't be completely idle for nearly a year. Instead, it will be an updated VERSION of the RX 6X50 XT series as a transition.
According to the current rumor,The new graphics cards include at least three new models, RX 6950 XT, RX 6850 XT, and RX 6750 XT, and possibly the RX 6850.
What they all share is an upgrade of the GDDR6 video memory from 16GHz to 18GHz(currently only as high as the RX 6900 XT water-cooled version and the RX 6500 XT), as well as a possible increase in core frequency.
It was expected that they would be upgraded to 6nm processes like the entry-level Navi 24 RX 6500 XT and RX 6400, but according to the latest confirmation, this does not exist,The RX 6X50 XT series remains the core of the 7nm process.
There are various theories about the timing of the release,@Greymon55 has been told that the RX 6950 XT will be launched in June/July during Computex, while @Coreteks claims that the RX 6950 XT will be launched in mid-AprilOther models are unknown and may not even exist.
Moore' S Law Is Dead even put forward an amazing view:The RX 6950 XT is expected to surpass the RTX 3090 Ti and regain its crown as the king of cards.