The tech rumor mill is once again full of chatter. This time it's all about AMD's next-generation RDNA 4 GPU architecture and the Navi 48 and Navi 44 graphics cards.
The latest information reveals that AMD's flagship Navi 48 could be a monolithic die manufactured through TSMC's N4P process. According to the YouTuber's report, following the same rumor, there was a Strix APU and RDNA 4 discrete GPU engineering sample boosting between 3.0 GHz and 3.3 GHz. Moore's law is dead. It is also likely to feature his 20Gbps GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit memory controller with a die size of 300-350mm2, which should be comparable to the PS5 Pro console.
The report also claims that gaming performance should be on par with RDNA 3-powered products. Radeon RX 7900XT and Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics card. The price should be lower than the high-end versions of Nvidia's 4000 series graphics cards, and certainly cheaper than the oft-discussed 5000 series Blackwell cards.
In terms of release window, RDNA 4 should be released in Q4 2024, but there is a slight possibility that it will be released in Q3 2024 or Q1 2025 instead. It also appears that the tech giant is considering GDDR6 memory for both the Navi 44 and Navi 48, as the tech giant is reportedly testing GDDR7 for its multi-chip graphics cards.
RDNA 4 could pose a serious threat to Nvidia's 40 series GPUs
If these rumors are true, it's great to see RDNA 4 cards on the way and ready for such an early release. From what it sounds like, its performance is comparable to the performance level of the RX 7900 XTX. The RX 7900 XTX is already a great high-end graphics card that rivals Nvidia's graphics cards. GeForce RTX 4080 and GeForce RTX 4060Ti.
Couple this with the fact that it will likely launch at a cheaper price point than high-end 40 series graphics cards, and you have a big threat. According to a previous report in “Moore's Law is Dead”, the price is Very affordable $500That would make it much more appealing to the average buyer who would be put off by prices above $800.
Looks like Team Red might release one of them best graphics card It's a near-unbeatable price, and this is a serious concern for Team Green.