Technology How to watch AMD’s event introducing the next Radeon RX 6000 GPU
AMD announces $479 Radeon RX 6700 XT, says it will have ‘significantly more GPUs available’
‘We know it’s crazy out there, we’re doing everything we can’“With the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT launch, we are on track to have significantly more GPUs available for sale at launch,” AMD tells The Verge. Even better: AMD claims it’ll begin refreshing stock of RX 6000 GPUs and Ryzen 5000 CPUs every week on its own website, where it’ll sell them at their retail prices. We’ve been waiting for that for nearly two months.
AMD is holdingtoday, March 3rd, where the company plans to announce the next graphics card in its Radeon RX 6000 series. This will serve as the fourth GPU in the RX 6000 line, following the GPU’s debut in November.
Like the other three cards, the newwill feature AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture that includes real-time, hardware-accelerated ray tracing and variable rate shading.
This latest RX 6000 card will likely serve as a competitor to, which recently released a new budget GPU, the . Whether this new AMD GPU will serve as a flagship or a lower-end budget card is yet unknown.
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WHEN DOES AMD’S EVENT START?
It starts today, March 3rd, at 8AM PT / 11AM ET / 4PM GMT.
WHERE CAN I WATCH AMD’S EVENT?
We have embedded the live stream at the top of this post, so you can stay here to watch it when it begins. AMD will also make streams available on its, in addition to its official and channels.
Intel's 11th-gen desktop CPUs could win gamers back from AMD .
Intel already dropped the biggest news about its 11th-gen Core desktop CPUs in January: They'll be up to 19 percent faster than its 10th-gen chips. Now, the company is finally able to give us more information about its next family of CPUs, codenamed "Rocket Lake S." The fastest offering will be the Core i9-11900K, an 8-core chip that reaches up to 5.3GHz on a single core. Notably, that's two fewer cores than last year's 10900K. Intel clearly hadParadoxically, that's great news for gamers. Most PC titles don't take full advantage of multiple CPU cores, instead it's single-core performance and high clock speeds that matters the most.