The war of Graphics Processing Units is on fleek between the two big names- Nvidia and AMD. Everyone knows the upcoming road map of Nvidia. There will soon be a launch of Nvidia’s RTX 3060 graphics card by this month’s end. It is high time that team AMD, a.k.a Red Team, reveal their upcoming ventures just like Nvidia. And guess what? The Red Team has come with an event that will have the forthcoming big launches as AMD is planning to launch RX 6700 series GPUs in march.
Well, we can all surely understand now that AMD was waiting for Nvidia to reveal all its launches so that they could strike even harder and excite the audience. Advanced Micro Devices, AMD, will release one of its upcoming products, the Radeon RX 6700 mid-range graphic card, in March 2021.
Is AMD ready to reveals its upcoming products? Let’s find out!
AMD was supposed to launch the graphics card during the CES 2021 event, but the release was held back intentionally by the company. Well, the reason as to why it was done intentionally is finally out. A French publication, Cowcotland, has managed to know that the RX 6700 series of graphics cards will be launched on the 18th of March, which is three weeks after the RTX 3060 has launched.
A few sources also state that AMD will be bringing a laptop that will have the RX 6700 as the GPU. However, there is no more information about the launch date of the laptop. It might so happen that the laptop and the GPU could be launched together.
The company can also launch a mobile equivalent of the said GPU with specifications that will have 40 compute units, 12 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, 2560 stream processors, along a memory bus of 192 bits. There is also a rumor that says there will be a non-XT version for the desktop of 6 GB of VRAM. A dynamic TGP working between 146 and 156 W might also launch soon.
There is a scarcity of semiconductors in the world, and all the manufacturers across the globe are all coming together to solve the crisis. Scotland, a French publication, states that even the RX 6700 XT graphic cards will be available very little in number.