AMD, as part of today's Ryzen 7000 series event, also shared a few details about its next-generation video cards, and even briefly showed one of them.
AMD chapter of Lisa Soo's 5-nm process is obviously going to be TSMC. A little bit of a shown video map is very large, and looks like we're going to see the development of the Radeon RX 6000-series reference card design -- continuity is immediately visible.
It was also pointed out that the new generation's schedules would provide 50% higher productivity per watt of energy used than the current AMD solutions. It seems to be Radeon RX 6000 on RDNA 2. Lisa Soo also confirmed that the new generation's Radeon schedule is currently being tested at the AMD laboratories, and its productivity is "surprising".
The graphics were shown in the Lies Of P game, which is currently being prepared by Neuwiz Games and will be released in 2023. AMD showed neither FPS nor any other data on the performance of the video card. It was only noted that the accelerator was working in pairs with the new flagship, Ryzen 97950X.
Finally, the head of the AMD promised that the new generation's video cards would be released before the end of the year.