AMD announced the high-end Radeon RX 7000 GPUs in early November, namely the Radeon RX 7900XT and 7900XTX. But today, the mystery deepens in two best-in-class graphics cards: the giant from Sunnyvale, apparently. did not publish any performance data on its website from two components.
ComputerBase colleagues actually discovered that: AMD has not released performance per watt data of the new flagship GPUs. The graphics previously shown by AMD, which should also be available on the website, gave an idea of the efficiency of the two graphics cards and compared them to NVIDIA’s RTX 4090 data, which AMD itself took into account. week due to molten power connectors issue.
Apparently, the performance-per-watt tab was intended to place the Radeon RX 7900XT and 7900XTX in the performance category and compare the two GPUs with the others. NVIDIA RTX 4090 TBP and TGP datawas made public by Team Verde last week. But in the end AMD would have decided not to release this card, even if the reasons were not yet clear: what remains is a small note at the end of the page for the two graphics cards, but it does not seem to refer to it. to any “slide” found on the web page.
It is difficult to trace the reasons that led AMD to this neglect. on the one hand, Radeon RX 7900 not as powerful as RTX 4090 It is NVIDIA’s product, but at most they are comparable to an RTX 4080: It would therefore be wrong to compare the top of the Team Verde series, which is extremely energy-intensive but also very performant, with cards that can guarantee significantly lower performances.
The other problem is Performance per watt of the RTX 4080 they really are excellent: in other words, publishing a comparative graphics between NVIDIA GPU and AMD’s two best-in-class products could even be to the Red Team’s detriment, presenting a situation where the RX 7900 is at a disadvantage against the competitor. .
Source: Every Eye