AMD has tweeted a teaser for its upcoming graphics card and processor, which is set to debut on October 8, and is scheduled to arrive just before Halloween on October 28 – just one week before the November 10 launch of the Xbox Series X . The graphics architecture will be power.
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AMD CEO Lisa Sue has also tweeted a teaser video stating that there is definitely a desktop processor for the October 8 date (you can tell from all the little pins below). We don’t know much about what these processors will be capable of, but we do know that they will be the first commercially available desktop processor built on the AMD Zen 3 architecture, so we’re sure there will be some juicy improvements on the table.
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We also got a short teaser video about the Radeon RDNA 2 GPU, although we didn’t get a glimpse of the shroud or GPU either. However, we’re guessing what AMD Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions was Frank Azor’s tweet first Was talking about Still, at least we know that both AMD graphics cards and processors are coming this year.
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AMD RDNA 2 graphics are particularly of interest, as they are coming after the Monster debut of the Nvidia Ampere GeForce card, which Nvidia promises will vastly increase the performance of previous generation Turing cards. We don’t know if everything will fall when all these graphics cards come out, but we can’t wait to test them all against each other to see which one of the best graphics cards in two months Who rules in