Just now, Harukaze on Twitter shared an image of various filings at the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission). These filings include all the upcoming GPUs from both NVIDIA and AMD. To spice things up a bit, the RDNA3+ GPUs tipped to arrive in H2 2023 are also present, more on that here.
EEC can be considered merely as a registry where companies assign trademarks for their upcoming products. However, it serves as a source of authentication regarding a company’s upcoming products.
The registrations we are looking at today include the RX 7950 XT, which confirms that AMD is indeed preparing one such SKU to combat the RTX 4090. In addition, a few refreshes such as the RX 7750 XT and the RX 7650 XT have also been mentioned. One should note that yesterday’s leak mentioned that AMD will refresh Navi31 along with Navi33. This means that the RX 7700 XT will indeed be based on Navi33 (Monolithic) instead of Navi32.
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Moving over to team green, we have the RTX 4090 Ti which is likely to launch since AMD will also play aggressively. Furthermore, the -Ti refreshes for the RTX 4080, 4070, 4060 and even the 4050 have been registered. The RTX 3050 never had a -Ti counterpart, meaning that NVIDIA is looking to switch things up with Ada Lovelace.
NVIDIA will announce the RTX 4070 Ti at CES 2023. Based on recent rumors, we may not end up seeing AMD unveil its budget RDNA3 offerings anytime soon. However, in the second half of next year, we may see the RX 7950 XT with insanely fast specifications. Word is that this GPU can beat even the RTX 4090 Ti if it ends up having stacked V-Cache. In that case, the total cache would amount to a massive 192MB.
As for Navi33, AMD is aiming to provide some serious competition with already planned refreshes. It is not currently known whether these GPUs will use a refined process or not. In addition, Navi32 is not vulnerable to any hardware bugs like Navi31 and Navi33 and is planned to launch alongside the Navi31 and Navi33 refreshes.