AMD has accidentally revealed the design of its Navi-32 desktop GPUs
The company has shared a link to its website, revealing an unreleased reference design of the new graphics cards.
AMD is scheduled to announce the Radeon RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT series very soon. This has now been unequivocally confirmed by the company’s post on Twitter. The accompanying image on the website displays AMD’s new card in its entirety.
The fresh design, which appears to be employed for both SKUs, incorporates a dual-fan design and boasts dual 8-pin power connectors. The new reference design is depicted in two distinct images, with one indicating that the card is also dual-slot.
Radeon RX 7800 XT & 7700 XT teaser, Source: AMD
During the upcoming Gamescom event, AMD is expected to officially confirm the complete specifications of these Navi 32-based models. However, information that has already leaked suggests that the RX 7800 XT will incorporate the full Navi 32 architecture with 60 Compute Units and 16GB of memory, while the RX 7700 XT is projected to feature a 12GB memory capacity.
Furthermore, AMD is anticipated to provide updates on its FSR 3 and HYPR-RX technologies, both of which have long been overdue for an update.