AMD to unveil Radeon RX 6000 GPU family on October 28

AMD to unveil Radeon RX 6000 GPU family on October 28

Then on October 28, the company will talk about RDNA 2, the architecture behind AMD's anticipated RX 6000-series graphics cards. Exact details of the events on the two dates can be expected as we move closer to October. These graphics cards will be sharing the same architecture used in the upcoming consoles but with less-constricted thermals and larger chip sizes. AMD's competitor Nvidia recently unveiled its GeForce RTX 3000 series GPUs that promise much greater performance than previous generation cards at a similar or lower price point. Whether you are waiting for the next big thing from AMD in terms of CPU or GPU architecture, you will be covered, as the next Zen processor family / architecture and latest RDNA graphics processor family / architecture will at last be unwrapped in public (online of course).

AMD Ryzen Zen 3 CPUs and Radeon RX 6000 GPUs will be announced next month. AMD has made huge strides in both the enthusiast and server markets ever since it launched the first iteration of the Zen CPU architecture in early 2017.

GPU based on this new architecture is dubbed Big Navi, and it will be up against NVIDIA Corporation's (NASDAQ: NVDA) Ampere-based GPU, which was announced but has yet to launch. October 3 will be the date for the Zen 3 event with RDNA 2 making its debut later on October 28. Well, it looks like the wait is over for AMD fans as the company has confirmed that new products will be coming soon.

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A curious note in the teaser video for the RDNA 2 launch is the mention of support for "PCs and consoles".

AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su Tweeted her fanfare to an exciting October for gamers and included a Zen 3 announcement trailer.

AMD's RDNA 2 is also going to power the graphics in both the upcoming Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

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