In the fourth quarter, AMD intends to start supplying 5n graphics solutions with the RDNA 3 architecture

In the fourth quarter, AMD intends to start supplying 5n graphics solutions with the RDNA 3 architec

Perhaps of all the new AMD products planned for this year's annotation, it is the user-friendly video cards with the RDNA 3 architecture that are the least discussed by the company's representatives at the official events, which usually refer to their annotation as slipping and very niggardly, and the last quarterly AMD conference is no exception. In fact, the company has only confirmed its intention to present new video cards before the end of the year.

Let's stress that in the case of desktop processors, Ryzen 7,000, AMD chapter Lisa Soo had a more specific time frame, promising to present them before the end of the current third quarter. The new generation's video cards were more in the context of the overall demand situation in the game market. It started with the third quarter of a reduction in the demand for the game schedule, but that would not prevent the company from following the previously scheduled sequence of the novels. Until the end of the year, AMD will present high-performance graphic processors with the RDNA 3 architecture. The latter provides an advantage in comparing productivity and energy consumption over 50% of the previous generation's AMD schedule, and this is achieved, according to Lisa Soo, by combining the advanced game architecture with the 5-Nm litographs and configuration using the so-called "chiplets".

Speaking of the market as a whole, Lisa Soo added that in the fourth quarter, the company would begin to expand the supply of several 5-nm products, including both central processors for servers and PCs and graphics products. In other words, in the fourth quarter, the company would not just present new graphic processors, but would also start delivering them.

The Director-General of AMD later added that the year 2021 had been very successful in terms of income on the consumer schedule market, and therefore there had been a decline in demand in the second quarter of this year, both due to changing supply and demand balances and a decline in consumer activity against the background of the deterioration of the macroeconomic environment, Lisa Soo said. In the fourth quarter, however, AMD expects a steady increase in the performance of the graph segment, as new products will be available at that time.