After weeks of rumors and rumors, AMD has announced on Twitter that next March it will officially present its new graphics based on the RDNA 2 architecture that will arrive in Spain in the coming weeks.
We are talking, of course, about the Radeon RX 6700 XT that will be made official on Wednesday, March 3 and of which we already have its first rendered video in which it shows us what its shape will be like and that you can see right below in the tweet From AMD’s announcement:
On March 3rd, the journey continues for # RDNA2. Join us at 11AM US Eastern as we reveal the latest addition to the @AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics family.
On March 3rd, the journey continues for #RDNA2. Join us at 11AM US Eastern as we reveal the latest addition to the @AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics family. https://t.co/5CFvT9D2SR pic.twitter.com/tUpUwRfpgk
— Radeon RX (@Radeon) February 24, 2021
The fourth RX 6000
After launching the Radeon RX 6900 XT, 6800 XT and 6800 between November and December last year, AMD will now present this new graphics under RDNA 2 architecture and with Navi 22 silicon and that, according to rumors, would have 40 Compute Units with 2560 Stream processors, 12GB of GDDR6 memory and a 192-bit memory bus interface so we’d find that it would come in to compete with NVIDIA’s RTX 3060.
It is also expected that AMD will also announce a smaller variant, the RX 6700, somewhat less powerful but also more affordable for all those looking for an input graphics with which they can play at 1080p and 60 images per second.
Both graphics would be compatible with AMD’s own technologies such as Infinity Cache Memory, Smart Access Memory or RAGE Mode. We will have to be attentive to everything that the company presents on March 3 to know final specifications, date and launch price.
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