The rumors about the AMD Radeon RX 7700 GPU say that it will be released soon. We’re here to tell you everything, including rumors about the GPU’s specs, speed, price, and release date.
Both Nvidia and AMD have been doing a great job of making great GPUs for a long time. AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 line of GPUs has only three GPUs. These GPUs compete with Nvidia’s RTX 40 series. Either really high-end or really low-end.
After releasing the RX 6000 series, the company came out with the RX 7600, RX 7900 XT, and RX 7900 XTX to compete with Nvidia. At first, people didn’t like AMD’s high-end product, but bold price cuts have made it more appealing.
But we’ve heard that AMD is working hard to bring out the RX 7800 XT and the RX 7700 XT. Remember that the GPU hasn’t been officially announced yet, so don’t put too much stock in the following reports and leaks.
AMD RX 7700 XT release date rumors
It is thought that the AMD RX 7700 will come out in September 2023. Reports and leaks say that the RX 7700 might come out in early September and could be shown off at the same time as the RX 7800 XT at Gamescom 2023. Still, the company hasn’t made a public statement about it. But we expect to know for sure when the launch date comes.
In any case, the company has been rumored to be making GPUs to compete with Nvidia’s for a long time, and all signs point to a reveal at the Gamescom in Cologne, Germany.
AMD RX 7700 pricing rumors
A leak from hardware leaker All The Watts says that the AMD RX 7700 will likely cost $449. If the price is right, the RX 7700 will be slightly more expensive than the Nvidia RTX 4060 Ti 8GB, which is its best competitor.
Word on the street is that the company has changed the names of SKUs and changed the prices more than once. So, we have to wait until the company makes an official statement.
AMD RX 7700 specifications rumors
From what we know, the AMD RX 7700 might be built on the RDNA 3 architecture-based Navi 32 chip. The GPU might have 12GB of VRAM, which is what AMD has been hinting at for a while. The company said that you should have at least 12GB of VRAM to play games at maximum levels and 1440p or higher.
Also, the GPU won’t have AI frame generation technology like Nvidia’s DLSS 3, and the ray tracing speed might not be as good as Nvidia’s ADA architecture.