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03:52PM EDT - Hello and welcome to our live blog of AMD's together we advance_gaming event

03:53PM EDT - The event should be starting very soon, where we can expect AMD to unveil its RDNA 3 based graphics card/cards

03:58PM EDT - And we are about to begin within the next couple of minutes

03:59PM EDT - Now we begin, thanks for joining us

04:00PM EDT - Opening with a video highlighting different titles such as Sonic

04:01PM EDT - Opening up with AMD's CEO, Dr. Lisa Su

04:01PM EDT - AMD is all about high performance and adaptive computing

04:01PM EDT - AMD technology is everywhere, very busy for AMD. Recapping Ryzen 7000's launch

04:02PM EDT - ncredibly busy time for AMD. In the midst of launching 4 new architecture (Genoa, Navi 3x, Bergamo, next-gen adaptive SoC XDNA)

04:02PM EDT - Expecting 3.5 billion gamers by 2025

04:03PM EDT - Touching on multiple avenues AMD are involved in, Steam Deck, notebooks, PC

04:03PM EDT - "we love the DIY market"

04:03PM EDT - Pushing the envelope on innovation - AMD's key message

04:04PM EDT - Lisa is recapping the Ryzen 7000 launch as well as the new AM5 platform

04:04PM EDT - Welcome RDNA 3

04:05PM EDT - Looking to innovate around performance per watt performance

04:05PM EDT - Raising the bar on performance for 4K gaming, next-gen gaming experiences

04:05PM EDT - AMD RDNA 3, the world's first chipset gaming graphics card

04:06PM EDT - Mixing and matching 5nm GPU compute die, 6nm memory cache die

04:06PM EDT - Up to 96 MB of infinity cache

04:06PM EDT - 61 TFLOPs of GPU compute power

04:07PM EDT - 24 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, up to 58 billion transistors

04:07PM EDT - And RDNA 3 in the flesh

04:08PM EDT - Exceeding our goals, a 54% gen on gen improvement in PPW

04:09PM EDT - Radeon RX 7900 XTX, 24 GB GDDR6 VRAM. Radeon RX 7900 XT with 20 GB

04:09PM EDT - Now Sam Naffziger takes the stage, SVP and Product Technology Architect

04:09PM EDT - Talking about chiplet design, the benefits and why

04:10PM EDT - GCD 300mm2, MCD 37mm2 (x6), 522mm2 total

04:10PM EDT - New memory cache die

04:10PM EDT - Second generation infinity Cache

04:11PM EDT - Peak bandwidth is 5.3TB/sec for Infinity Cache

04:11PM EDT - New unified RDNA 3 compute unit

04:11PM EDT - "Tightly integrated unit that shares resources"

04:12PM EDT - RDNA has 165% more transistors per mm2 than RDNA 2

04:12PM EDT - 2X in AI acceleration, 1.5X VGPR

04:13PM EDT - Dual issue SPs, 2 x 2 x 32 Stream Processes

04:13PM EDT - 2x instructions per core

04:14PM EDT - Next gen Ray Tracing

04:14PM EDT - 1.5 x more rays in flight, new dedicated instructions, new ray box sorting and traversal

04:15PM EDT - AMD Radiance Display Engine, DisplayPort 2.1. Up to 480 Hz

04:15PM EDT - Display link bandwidth of up to 54Gbps (double the bandwidth per port over RDNA2)

04:16PM EDT - New dual media engine

04:16PM EDT - 2x simultaneous encode/decode

04:16PM EDT - 1.8x engine frequency versus RDNA 2

04:17PM EDT - New RDNA decoupled clocks, 2.3 GHz shader clock speed, 2.5 GHz front-end clock speed

04:17PM EDT - 61 TFLOPS in RNDA, very impressive

04:18PM EDT - Recapping RDNA 3, world's first chiplet GPU, better perf per watt over RNDA 2

04:18PM EDT - Now Scott Herkelman SVP & GM, Graphics Business Unit heads to the stage

04:19PM EDT - RDNA 3 is 3-years in the making

04:19PM EDT - Touching on performance of the Radeon RX 7900 XTX

04:19PM EDT - 7900 XTX up to 1.7x faster in pure rendering

04:20PM EDT - "spent a lot of time optimizing this card"

04:20PM EDT - 96 CUs at 2.3 GHz, 24 GB of GDDR6

04:21PM EDT - DisplayPort 2.1, AV1 encode and decode, at 355 W board power

04:21PM EDT - Radeon RX 7900 XT

04:21PM EDT - 84 CUs, 2 GHz clockspeed, 20 GB 320-bit GDDR6, 300 W total board power

04:22PM EDT - Slight dig to NVIDIA's issues with RTX 4090 power connector issues

04:23PM EDT - Partnered with companies such as Samsung with the Odyssey Neo G9, 8K ultra wide monitor

04:23PM EDT - Expecting new generation of DP displays in early 2023

04:23PM EDT - A quick recap on FSR

04:24PM EDT - Available in 216 games, that's a lot of titles

04:24PM EDT - Coming to Forza Horizon 4 soon (FSR)

04:24PM EDT - RX 7900 XTX is hitting the fps caps in Apex Legends and Overwatch 2 at 1440p (300fps)

04:25PM EDT - Radeon RX 7900 XTX designed for 4K gaming

04:25PM EDT - Looking forward towards 8K gaming with FSR, 96 fps in Assassins Creed Valhalla

04:25PM EDT - Still need FSR for reasonable framerates at 4K with RT, be warned

04:26PM EDT - DXR support being added to Halo Infinite

04:27PM EDT - Talking about The Callisto Protocol,a new technical partnership

04:28PM EDT - Now onto Forspoken, another technical partnership

04:28PM EDT - Partnering with Ubisoft on its Snowdrop engine

04:29PM EDT - Improved blur reflections with Snowdrop

04:29PM EDT - Above 80 fps at 4K with FSR

04:30PM EDT - Introducting FSR 3, temporal super resolution and fluid motion.

04:30PM EDT - Note: Is this interpolation or projection?

04:31PM EDT - Rolling a promo for Reckoning on Unreal Engine 5

04:32PM EDT - Edit, Beckoning is the name of the game

04:33PM EDT - Coming to PCs in 2023 (more of a paper launch of FS3 versus NVIDIA, who had it ready for launch

04:33PM EDT - Frank Azor, chief Architect makes his way to the stage

04:33PM EDT - Focusing on Software, Streaming, and Solutions

04:34PM EDT - A quick AMD Adrenaline software recap

04:35PM EDT - Frank is talking up the fact that AMD's software has never required an account like GeForce Experience does

04:36PM EDT - New feature with Adrenaline, AMD HYPR-RX mode (Hyper RX)

04:36PM EDT - One click for faster frame rates and lower latencies

04:37PM EDT - Dying Light 2, improvements of up to 85% with 1/3rd the latency

04:37PM EDT - Coming H1 2023

04:37PM EDT - AMD RDNA 3 Media Engine

04:37PM EDT - AV1 encoding and decoding

04:38PM EDT - Trained filtering to better recognize and handle small text, AI learning behind the scenes

04:38PM EDT - Hardware encoding up to 7x faster than software

04:39PM EDT - Support will be available in OBS, Handbreak, and more

04:40PM EDT - AMD SmartAccess Video, distributes encode and decoding across Ryzen 7000 and Radeon hardware

04:40PM EDT - Recapping AMD Advantage Laptops

04:40PM EDT - "nothing compares to building your own desktop"

04:41PM EDT - AMD Advantage for Desktops

04:41PM EDT - Partnered with several leading system integrators to offer turnkey solutions

04:41PM EDT - Not much in the way of details being shared which is disappointing

04:42PM EDT - Rigorously tested, but by who exactly? Who knows!

04:42PM EDT - Liquid CPU cooling

04:42PM EDT - 2TB+ NVMe storage

04:42PM EDT - 32GB+ EXPO memory

04:43PM EDT - Welcome back Scott

04:43PM EDT - AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX - $999

04:43PM EDT - AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT, $899

04:44PM EDT - Available December 13th

04:44PM EDT - Absolutely zero performance showcases against NVIDIA RTX 4000 series

04:45PM EDT - And that is the end of AMD's "together we advance_gaming" RDNA 3 reveal. Ending on a video recap

04:45PM EDT - To note, AMD said the Radeon RX 7900 XTX is the fastest gaming graphics card, all for under $1000

04:45PM EDT - Thanks for joining us. Until next time

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  • Netmsm - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    killing time =| Reply
  • fcth - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    Hope you guys can bring back GPU reviews!

    In any event, what we've seen from the RTX 4XXX launch hasn't looked promising, so hopefully AMD has more to offer!
    Reply
  • TheinsanegamerN - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    They cant, the guys house burnt down in 2020. He's still living in a tent as we speak. Reply
  • GeoffreyA - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    I hope they finish Nvidia. But I've got to admit, that catchphrase is very poor taste. Reply
  • Threska - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    "That said, it’s also a holy grail because the immense amount of data that must be passed between different parts of a GPU (on the order of terabytes per second) is very hard to do – and very necessary to do if you want a multi-chip GPU to be able to present itself as a single device."

    Passing only what's needed. Optical infinity fabrics. Greater push towards serialization to reduce I/O explosion.
    Reply
  • hansmuff - Friday, November 25, 2022 - link

    You are saying many big words, but your message is void. Reply
  • SarahKerrigan - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    Rumor has been that the 7000 series still has only one GPU chip, but I/O has been moved to other dice. Given the issues with multi-GPU I find that very likely. Reply
  • lmcd - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    The issues with multi-GPU mostly had to do with latency and memory access. Those can be solved when the two dies are right next to each other and use advanced interconnects. We now know that they didn't solve those issues, but that likely has to do with the product development cycle and not the feasibility. Reply
  • shabby - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    355watts from two 150watt 8pins and 75w from pcie... so no overclocking? Reply
  • MrRuckus - Thursday, November 3, 2022 - link

    Board Partners could offer 3 8-pin. They sometimes differ from reference and go with more power. Reply

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