AMD’s anticipated Radeon RX 7900 GRE AIB has been a subject of discussion, and it was initially seen in an online database with a Zen 5 CPU sample. The physical product has now been unveiled, but official confirmation from AMD is still pending, hinting at a potential limited release, possibly targeting the Chinese market. Gamers would likely welcome a more affordable RX 7900 XT model with 16GB memory, suitable for high-fidelity gaming. Notable differences in the PCB design compared to the RX 7900 XT model include a narrower profile, fewer power connectors, and a distinct SMD layout behind the GPU.
AMD’s expected Radeon RX 7900 GRE AIB has been in discussion for some time. Initially, it was spotted in an online database, alongside an early sample of the Zen 5 CPUs. Finally, the physical product is now revealed for everyone to see.
AMD hasn’t provided official confirmation regarding the AIB’s existence, which suggest it may be a limited release, possibly only for the Chinese market. Nonetheless, gamers would likely appreciate an affordable RX 7900 XT model with 16GB memory, ideal for high-fidelity gaming.
There are a few notable differences in the PCB design when compared to the RX 7900 XT model. The new design showcases a narrower profile, reduced power connectors, and a distinct SMD layout behind the GPU. A comparison of the specifications is shown in the following table.
|Architecture||RDNA3 (TSMC N6)||RDNA3 (TSMC N6)||RDNA3 (TSMC N6)||RDNA3 (TSMC N6)|
|GPU||Navi 31 XTX||Navi 31 XT||Navi 3X||Navi 33 XL|
|GPU Clusters||96 CUs||84 CUs||84 CUs||32 CUs|
|Memory||24GB G6||20GB G6||16GB G6||8GB G6|
|Power Connectors||2× 8-pin||2× 8-pin||2× 8-pin||1× 8-pin|
|PCIe Interface||Gen 4 x16||Gen 4 x16||Gen 4 x16||Gen 4 x8|
|Launch Date||December 13, 2022||December 13, 2022||July 28, 2023||May 25, 2023|
AMD and Nvidia can cut their marketing expenses and just leak rumors on social media.