AMD’s latest open software platform ROCm 5.5 has just been released, featuring several improvements that enhance user experience.
These include better support for RDNA 3, HIP enhancements, new APIs, OpenMP enhancements, and other exciting features. According to recent news by WccfTech, AMD’s Pull Request of ROCm 5.6 revealed the names of multiple unreleased graphics cards.
These cards are as follows:
- Radeon RX 7950 XTX (Navi 31)
- Radeon RX 7950 XT (Navi 31)
- Radeon RX 7900 XTX (Navi 31)
- Radeon RX 7900 XT (Navi 31)
- Radeon RX 7800 XT (Navi 32)
- Radeon RX 7700 XT (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7600 XT (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7500 XT (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7600M XT (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7600M (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7700S (Navi 33)
- Radeon RX 7600S (Navi 33)
As per the recent listing, there’s evidence suggesting AMD could introduce a refreshed version of the RX 7900, namely RX 7950.
Currently, the AMD RX 7800 XT stands as the only variant that runs on Navi 32 chip, whereas Navi 33 chips power all desktop versions consisting of RX 7500 XT, RX 7600 XT, and RX 7700 XT.
The RDNA 3-based GPUs will reportedly be released before July, which suggests they will arrive sometime between March and June 2023.
According to DigiTimes, AIB partners from Asia Pacific expect the price points for the RX 7000 series to be competitive against NVIDIA, helping them regain some market share they lost earlier this year.
Lastly, despite rumours circulating that AMD’s roadmap reveals RDNA 3 integration into EPYC Rome processors, the company has denied any plans for implementing it into server CPUs in the near future.
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