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When the Radeon graphics card appears from AMD


AMD is preparing to launch a new graphics card on Wednesday, March 3rd.

The next card will be the latest version in the Radeon RX 6000 family. The company plans to introduce the product at 11 a.m. EDT during an online event.

AMD also released a graphics processing unit (GPU) image, which shows a graphics card running on two fans, less than the three fans in the RX 6800 and 6800 XT. The image is likely to be the RX 6700, a medium-capacity graphics card.

In a tweet about the event, AMD also referred to RDNA 2, which is graphics architecture in GPU. At the CES show last month, AMD stated that RDNA 2 is geared to desktop and laptop computers.

The RISUnit will arrive after the release of its latest RTX 3060 graphics card for its rival Nvidia, which will go on sale on February 25. The product is supposed to start at $329, making it the least expensive option in the RTX 3000 series.

We hope to compete with AMD with a lower priced product. Unfortunately, it was difficult to purchase both the dying processing units from Nvidia and the current Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards from AMD. Both the 6800 and 6800 XT plus 6900 XT are still unavailable at major retailers, even about three months after the initial launch.