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AMD is planning to deliver GPUs based on RDNA 2 for PC before they arrive later this year in next-gen consoles.


The next generation of AMD graphics processing architecture, RDNA 2 will power the forthcoming Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. But AMD could also launch its new graphic cards to PC gamers before both consoles launch during the holiday season.

AMD CFO Devinder Kumar confirmed in its recently launched webcast of the Bank of America Global Tech Conference (via RockPaperShotgun) that it plans to launch its new RDNA 2 GPUs and Ryzen 3 CPUs by the end of 2020 but that it will launch GPUs prior to the launch of the new consoles in Microsoft and Sony. While there has been no reference to a particular window, the autumn release is suspected as a consequence of the suspect launch of Nvidia's Ampere powered RTX 3000 card.

"Gamers love to buy the best and we definitely work to give it the best." Kumar mentioned later that the new RDNA 2 GPUs will be the first products that are equipped with an architecture that consumers can find. This is expected to fill a loophole left by AMD, which is largely unchallenged by its only rivals Nvidia's RTX 2080 and 2080Ti.

RDNA 2 is a big leap forward for AMD as they try again to fight for one spot in the most expensive gaming PCs. RDNA 2 is expected to support both ray tracing, and varying-rate shading as headline features of Xbox Series X marketing, in cooperation with Microsoft and its new DirectX 12 Ultimate API.

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