AMD Radeon RX 7000-series RDNA3 GPUs Approach 4 GHz GPU clocks

AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 7000-series GPUs in view of the RDNA3 graphics architecture are reputed to be equipped for motor clocks (GPU clocks) near 4 GHz. This is conceivable, considering that the current-gen RX 6000-series can hit 3 GHz. AMD’s play against the RTX 4090 will consequently be an item with +50% execution/Watt gain over the past age, a fundamentally expanded shader count, a more than 70% increment in-memory data transfer capacity (384-cycle memory running at 20 Gbps or more), quicker/bigger Vastness Reserve, and to top everything off, motor clocks moving toward 4 GHz.