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AMD isn't bragging about the power efficiency of the RX 7000

via:快科技     time:2022/8/6 22:01:17     readed:64

In addition to the Ryzen 7000 processor, AMD will have a big new graphics card this year. — The RX 7000 series, also 5nm, is updated with the new RNDA3 architecture and AMD has confirmed it will be available before the end of the year to compete with the RTX 40 series.

The RX 7000 series of graphics cards has not been leaked as frequently as NVIDIA's RTX 40 series, and AMD's official confirmation is sparse,The energy efficiency is 50% higher than RDNA2, with new architecture, small chip packaging and unlimited cache design.

How efficient is RDNA3? The author of CapFrameX, a testing software, broke the news that he had received some information that the RNDNA3 energy efficiency wave was real,Enough & other; Kick NVIDIA's ass. ", which is slang for what we understand to be enough for NVIDIA to drink a jug,It's very strong.

Of course, hearsay is hearsay. It's not 100% confirmed.

AMD没吹牛 RX 7000显卡能效够NVIDIA喝一壶的

This is not to say that the RDNA3 graphics architecture is ahead of NVIDIA in energy efficiency, as it was mentioned in April, and AMD is confident in its energy efficiency.After all, the current GPU development has been led by David Wang, a Chinese AmericanHe was previously one of the architects of the GCN architecture.

According to previous Revelations, the GPU core module GCD of RX 7000 series graphics cards is 5nm process, up to 15360 cores, with up to 6 groups of MCD cores, up to 384bit width, 192MB or 384MB unlimited cache, floating point performance up to 90TFLOPS. With the next generation of NVIDIA's RTX 40 core AD102 performance in between, are compared with the previous generation flagship performance improvement of more than 2 times, the cost of course is also up to 400W or even 500W level.

AMD没吹牛 RX 7000显卡能效够NVIDIA喝一壶的

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