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AMD Radeon RX 8000 RDNA 4 GPUs Tipped At 3nm And 5nm Nodes For Chiplet


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The global shortage of silicon is not preventing tech companies from continuing to innovate, and traveling down their respected roadmaps (ETAs just might need to be adjusted on occasion). We bring this up because a prominent leaker has already begun discussing supposed details related to AMD's eventual fourth generation Radeon DNA (or RDNA 4) architecture.

For anyone who is wondering, AMD's latest crop of graphics cards are based on its RDNA 2 architecture, and that also includes the custom graphics silicon sitting pretty inside Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Sony's PlayStation 5 consoles (some have referred to the graphics implementation inside the PS5 unofficially as RDNA 1.5, but that's a whole other topic).

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Yawn.  It's neat that they're still innovating.  But it'd be nice if GPU's were priced back to normal again.  I still can't afford (willingly) the 5700XT yet second hand.  Last time I checked (was a few weeks ago), RX580's were selling near $400 and $500 still.  I'll buy GPU's again when this "chip shortage" is over with.

Of course, I'm not saying AMD has anything to do with this nonsense.  Lots of factors at play here.  And I do think its great that they're still pushing the envelope.  Just grrrrr.  Let's just rub it in people's faces even more that there's more tech out there that we can't buy.

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On 24/08/2021 at 00:46, pioneerisloud said:

Yawn.  It's neat that they're still innovating.  But it'd be nice if GPU's were priced back to normal again.  I still can't afford (willingly) the 5700XT yet second hand.  Last time I checked (was a few weeks ago), RX580's were selling near $400 and $500 still.  I'll buy GPU's again when this "chip shortage" is over with.

Of course, I'm not saying AMD has anything to do with this nonsense.  Lots of factors at play here.  And I do think its great that they're still pushing the envelope.  Just grrrrr.  Let's just rub it in people's faces even more that there's more tech out there that we can't buy.

 

good thing i bought a 5700XT just before the chip shortage.

 

on another note i sold my old RX480 w/ waterblock installed to a guy in my building for $800, so i lost no money there

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On 25/08/2021 at 14:53, PCSarge said:

 

good thing i bought a 5700XT just before the chip shortage.

 

on another note i sold my old RX480 w/ waterblock installed to a guy in my building for $800, so i lost no money there

 

That's a great price 😉. I see you've joined the dark side. Where's your anti-ltt water bottle?

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