(Leak) AMD Radeon is about to release new graphics cards!

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AMD seems to be enjoying all the success it is having in the processor market! That said, although things didn't go so well in the graphics card market, the Radeon 5700 RX even had a pretty interesting impact, and most of all, made NVIDIA move a little when launching the new RTX Super. .

Therefore, AMD is planning to bring serious competition to the mainstream and budget markets with our Navi Radeon RX graphics cards. At least that's what new additions to the Mesa 3D GPU program library seem to suggest.

We have new AMD Radeon graphics cards on the way, based on the Navi 12 and Navi 14 GPUs

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Thus, the latest information from a very reliable source (Marek Olsak) shows that several PCI-IDs have been added for unreleased Navi graphics cards. And usually, when these IDs are implemented, it means that releases are really imminent.

In short, the next version of Mesa 3D comes on October 15th… So with this addition, it is possible that AMD will be able to announce something by then.

Although we already know a supposed release date, we still don't know much about the technical specifications of the new AMD budget cards. Still, it is safe to say that the big goal of the manufacturer is to rival the current GTX 1650, 1660 and 1660 Ti. Incidentally, it is because of this that NVIDIA has decided to launch new products for these segments.

Besides, what do you think about all this? Share with us your opinion in the comments below.




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