AMD has provided a link to its website, unveiling a yet-to-be-released reference design for their upcoming graphics cards. The announcement of the Radeon RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT series by AMD is imminent, as unequivocally indicated in the company’s recent Twitter post. The image accompanying the website post showcases the complete appearance of AMD’s new graphics card.
The new design, seemingly utilized for both models, features a dual-fan setup and showcases dual 8-pin power connectors. The updated reference design is presented in two separate pictures, with one illustrating that the card also occupies two slots.
At the upcoming Gamescom event, AMD is anticipated to officially reveal complete specifications of these Navi 32-based variants. Nonetheless, leaked details already hint that the RX 7800 XT is set to encompass the complete Navi 32 architecture, housing 60 Compute Units and 16GB of memory, whereas the RX 7700 XT is predicted to possess a memory capacity of 12GB.
Additionally, there is an expectation that AMD will offer progress reports on its FSR 3 and HYPR-RX technologies, both of which have been awaiting updates for quite some time.
Source & Image: AMD