After the better part of a year of teasing, the countdown timer is finally ticking for AMD’s next-gen “Big Navi” graphics cards. The company announced today that the Radeon RX 6000 series will be revealed on October 28, hot on the heels of the news of the $500 Xbox Series X’s November 10 release date. Microsoft’s next-gen console is powered by an AMD chip that blends Ryzen CPU cores with Radeon GPU cores built using the company’s new RDNA 2 graphics architecture. At the Bank of America Securities Global Technology Conference in early June, AMD CFO Devinder Kumar said that “Big Navi” graphics cards will be the first RDNA 2-based product for AMD. Today’s announcement confirms it.To read this article in full, please click here
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