AMD gaming revenue down, but new AIBs coming

The company could launch as many as four new products.

Jon Peddie

During AMD’s earnings call, CEO Lisa Su discussed the company’s expansion of the Radeon 7000 GPU series, with the RX 7600 launching in Q2 and plans to release enthusiast-class Radeon 7000-series cards in Q3. AMD is also preparing to launch the RX 7800/7700 series to compete with Nvidia’s high-end GPUs. A China-specific RX 7900 GRE AIB based on the Navi 31 chip has been hinted at and announced late last week. Specific specs and pricing for RX 7800/7700 remain undisclosed, but their release is expected in Q3. AMD’s use of CCD chiplets suggests more announcements are coming. AMD and Intel

Enjoy full access with a TechWatch subscription!

TechWatch is the front line of JPR information gathering service, comprising current stories of interest to the graphics industry spanning the core areas of graphics hardware and software, workstations, gaming, and design.

A subscription to TechWatch includes 4 hours of consulting time to be used over the course of the subscription.

Already a subscriber? Login below

This content is restricted

Subscribe to TechWatch