AMD has announced the next generation of its flagship graphics cards, the RX 7900 series, with performance lower than Nvidia’s flagship RTX 4090 but higher than the 4080 16GB, and at a lower price. AMD announced a total of two graphics cards, both available on December 13: RX 7900 XTX, 96 compute units, 96 ray accelerators, 2300 MHz, 96 MB Infinity Cache, 24 GB GDDR6 memory, $999; RX 7900 XT , 84 computing units, 84 ray accelerators, frequency 2000 MHz, Infinity Cache 80 MB, video memory 20 GB GDDR6, priced at $899. By comparison, the RTX 4090 costs $1599 and the 4080 16GB costs $1199. The RX 7900 series graphics cards use a 5nm process and are based on the RDNA 3 architecture. The performance at 4K resolution is 50% higher than the previous generation flagship graphics card RX 6950 XT. It supports AV1 hardware acceleration. The FSR 3.0 released in 2023 will be up to twice as fast as FSR 2. New Radiance Display display engine, new multimedia engine, DisplayPort 2.1 support, and more.