There won’t be any true flagship models in the Radeon RX 8000 line, and here’s why

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It’s all about TSMC’s limited capacity

Some time ago, data appeared from reliable sources that the next generation of Radeon video cards will not have truly flagship models. Looks like we now know why.

Radeon RX 8000
Radeon RX 8000

There won’t be any true flagship models in the Radeon RX 8000 line, and here’s why

Bits And Chips reports that AMD will sacrifice Radeon RX 8000 gaming graphics cards to increase production of FPGAs and GPGPUs, that is, GPU-based computing accelerators. This is because TSMC’s free capacity is simply not enough for everything.

The source does not specify the scale of this sacrifice, but previous data suggests that we are talking about top-end GPUs. Perhaps, like in the Radeon RX 5000 line, in the next generation, the older model will be the RX x700 XT.

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