AMD recently launched its Radeon Pro W7900 VE Pro 7800, the brand new Radeon Pro W7000 series of graphics cards. It is the Radeon Pro W7800 has been an exciting product, not just because of its impressive workstation and ability to create content as well as the fact that it makes use of an Navi 31 GPU that is based upon the RDNA 3 graphics architecture in its base configuration. This slightly cropped GPU is likely to be integrated into the Radeon 7800 XT.
Radeon RX 7800XT specifications are now transparent
We are aware that AMD has used the same specifications between Radeon Pro and Radeon RX variants in the past. In the past, AMD’s Pro W6900X and W6800 utilized the same configuration as mainstream cards, and only doubled the memory. Assuming the same strategy will be made to the Radeon 7800 XT card, we can claim that the card will have the 4480 SP (70 CU) unit, 16GB GDDR6 memory, and 64 MB of Infinity Cache. On paper it appears that the RX 7800 XT might offer the same or better performance over it’s predecessor, the RTX 4070 Ti.
The non-XT Radeon 7800 version however it is expected to have 3840 SP (60 CU) units as well as 16GB of GDDR6 memory. In terms of pricing you can expect the Radeon 7800 XT is estimated to cost $ 649 while that of the RX 7700 XT $449. AMD is expected to unveil these cards as part of Computex 2023 which is scheduled to take place at the close of May. The company is also likely to exhibit its specially-designed Radeon RX 7600 graphics cards during the event.