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AMD has announced the high end of the Radeon 7000 series.  $900 or $1000 (XT vs XTX), no power supply upgrades, different connectors, or larger cases required: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/11/amds-next-gen-radeon-rx-7900-xtx-and-7900-xt-launch-december-13-start-at-999/

 

Raw teraflop performance is between the 4080 and 4090, and is supposed to be about 1.5x a Radeon 6950 XT on average, at 4K resolution.

 

Thoughts?  Takers?

 

It's definitely higher-end than I'm looking for, and more than I'm looking to spend, but if the actual metrics match the AMD slides, it looks a lot more reasonable than GeForce 4000 to me.

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AMD's RDNA 3 generation is looking pretty promising. I'm hoping we can actually find cards for MSRP.

 

Personally, I'm interested in seeing a 7800 XT, hopefully for the same price as the 6800 XT launched at.

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https://videocardz.com/newz/sapphire-radeon-rx-7900-nitro-series-to-feature-vapor-chamber-and-three-8-pin-connectors

 

Looks interesting, lets see the oc headroom. Definitely one of the better implementation from sapphire.

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19 hours ago, cylix said:

https://videocardz.com/newz/sapphire-radeon-rx-7900-nitro-series-to-feature-vapor-chamber-and-three-8-pin-connectors

 

Looks interesting, lets see the oc headroom. Definitely one of the better implementation from sapphire.

 

that looks sick. i have the feeling AMD lets their partners have significantly more leeway in designing their custom GPUs vs. Ngreeedia.

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The size of the 4090 and 4080 is ridiculous 😃

 

 

 

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kinda sexy those cards....now lets see dat performance!

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2 hours ago, cylix said:

 

difficult to judge if that is a lot of not 😄 

 

comparing to 125k+ sold 4090s, might just baaaarely be enough?

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From what i read on reddit is more then nvidias supply planning. So should be enough there after the scalping launch. 😂

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more gpus more happy gamers! 🙂 no matter which camp ure voting with ur wallet for 😄 

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I don't game, I am a creator.  I am wondering how these will do in resolve, lumiar neo, DxO pl6 and others.  I moved to the Nvidia side of things when AMD bought out ATI.  I figured they were going to make their cards better for AMD chipsets instead of intel, so I moved on. Maybe when I build my new system next year, I will move back to the Radeon side of the coin.

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On 12/23/2022 at 5:06 PM, ryan said:

yeah but why would you buy a 1000 buck gpu thats got 2 generations behind power

It's not two generations behind on power, it's a few points back on the 4080 for less money.  Plus, from everything I can read about it, it's better for the software I run.  I don't care about benchmarks etc, I care about real world applications. That being said, I am going in a different direction for this year anyways.  My son has shown an interest in doing video, photo and other creative applications himself, so I am going to build my system from parts in my XPS and upgrade a few other things, and take the XPS and pop some parts in it for him.  A twofer for the price of one. 

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i meant 3090ti...its not as fast as a 3090ti...hence two gens back...this gen 1...3k 2 gen

 

trades blows with a 3090ti

 

 

it lacks dlss and frame generation and solid rt performance

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Right on.  That's different.  If it were the 4090 it would be different. But no, a new card not being able to easily be faster than the previous gen card is not good.  Still, for what I do, I think the radeon is better.

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Yeah.  They do.  I've always been a Radeon and Intel user.  Until Radeon dropped off the radar in the past few years.  I may try one again though.  

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