ASRock has once more submitted documents for its upcoming Radeon RX 7000 series to the regulatory office of the Eurasian Economic Commission. The recent details revealed in these submissions seem to unveil two of AMD’s Radeon desktop GPUs that have yet to be officially announced.
It’s important to note that ASRock had previously submitted its RX 7800 XT GPU to the EEC, with several Phantom Gaming variants being listed, which confirmed a 16GB memory setup for one of AMD’s new GPUs. This information was later supported by PowerColor. However, this recent update provides further confirmation by revealing the existence of more models, including those from the Steel Legend (SL) and Challenger (CL) series.
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Significantly, this marks the initial sign of the upcoming Radeon RX 7700 XT. ASRock’s information suggests that this specific variant is set to include 12GB of memory, matching the memory capacity of the current RX 6700 XT model. ASRock intends to introduce this model within the Phantom Gaming (PG), SL, and CL series as well.
It’s crucial to recognize that although EEC listings may not always be entirely reliable, as companies sometimes submit models that may not eventually be released, the configurations of AMD’s new GPU SKUs should now be considered as verified.
Regarding rumors, the potential release of RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT is anticipated within this quarter. Recent leaks seem to indicate that the launch might be even sooner than anticipated.