AMD's new Radeon RX 7900 GRE graphics card is based on the RDNA 3 architecture. It demands 260W of power with 2x 8-pin PCIe power connectors. The VRAM here is 16GB GDDR6, with an effective 18Gbps memory bandwidth. The performance is quite impressive with impressive FPS numbers at 1440p maxed out settings as tested by AMD. According to the company, the new RX 7900 GRE offers more value for your money compared to the competition.
AMD Anti-Lag+ is a feature to reduce input lag in games and increase the responsiveness. The horror began shortly after the feature was released back in September 2023. Players started getting banned in Counter-Strike 2 and other anti-cheat systems of games like Call Of Duty and Apex Legends also flagged users who were using Anti-Lag+. With this, AMD had to remove the feature completely from its GPU drivers. Now, AMD's Frank Azor has confirmed on X (formerly Twitter) that AMD Anti-Lag+ is coming back soon!
AMD's Linux team has just posted a new series of Linux patches. Here, enablement work for AMD's upcoming graphics architecture (GFX12) happened including new components which are LSDMA 7.0, IH 7.0, HDP 7.0, and ATHUB 4.1. Given the version number on these components, it is highly expected that these are meant for AMD's RDNA 4 graphics architecture and not for the older generation. Reportedly, the Linux 6.9 merge window is in mid-2024 but we don't know if AMD will actually announce anything related to RDNA 4 around that time.
Radeon RX 7600 XT will launch in 'first half of 2024' as per the new leak. The source also claims no other AMD GPU is planned. EEC filings mentioning this GPU and several others have been spotted, but Benchlife's latest report states only the RX 7600 XT is coming and it will complete AMD's Radeon RX 7000 Series RDNA 3 lineup.