AMD provides Radeon RX7900 XTX and Radeon RX 7900 XT in the current RDNA 3 architecture products to compete with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 and GeForce RTX 4090. After the connector meltdown incident, it is expected to grab a certain market, but the cruel reality of the market is that the Radeon RX 7900 series is still not popular; now the whistleblower @Kepler_L2 claims that AMD’s RDNA 4 architecture products expected to be launched in 2024 will not include top products , will only provide mid-range and mainstream products. Although it is not yet certain whether the news is true, it is not the first time that AMD has skipped top products in the architecture generation of graphics cards. For example, Raja returned to the Radeon RX 500 series of Polaris architecture published by AMD, or the first generation of RDNA. None of the Radeon RX 5000 series launched a substantial flagship product. In addition, the rumored RDNA 3.5 architecture is not designed for high-end products, but is designed for the iGPU of AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 8000 CPU, and will not be used for independent graphics card architecture. ▲ RDNA 3.5 is said to be designed for the iGPU of Ryzen 8000, and will not be used for independent graphics card products. However, the statement that there are no high-end GPU products is quite interesting. Is it because AMD does not intend to plan high-end GPU products, or AMD does not intend to plan High-end GPU chips? If it is the latter, AMD still has the practice of packaging two mid-range chips to form a high-performance chip, just like the evolution of the single-card dual-core (single-card SLI / Crossfire) GPU that was popular many years ago. If it is the former, it may be that AMD estimates that the cost of developing and producing high-end GPUs is too high but it is difficult to compete with NVIDIA. It is better to lock in the mainstream market demand and invest R&D resources in the more profitable CDNA architecture Instnnct accelerator products.
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