Kicking things off for the GPU space at this year’s CES, AMD is at the show to announce that they’re bringing an additional Radeon RX 7000 series card to their lineup: the Radeon RX 7600XT. Intended as a premium version of their existing 1080p-focused RX 7600, the RX 7600 XT bumps things up with roughly 10% higher clockspeeds, as well as a doubling the total amount of VRAM to 16GB of GDDR6. The upgraded Radeon card will hit retail shelves on January 24th for a similarly premium price of $329. The start of 2024 finds AMD doing some minor shuffling of their product stack both to cover the latest trends in gaming and AI, as well as to cover perceived gaps in the company’s product...
With the Gamescom convention taking place in Germany this week, AMD is using Europe’s largest video game trade show as the venue for their latest Radeon video card announcements...38 by Ryan Smith on 8/25/2023
Among the slew of announcements from AMD today around their 2022 Financial Analyst Day, the company offering an update to their client GPU (RDNA) roadmap. Like the company’s Zen...21 by Ryan Smith on 6/9/2022
Continuing our coverage of AMD's 2022 Financial Analyst day, we have the matter of AMD's forthcoming RDNA 3 GPU architecture and the Navi 3X GPUs that will be built...11 by Ryan Smith on 6/9/2022