AFOX registers NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 and AMD Radeon RX 7000 series at EEC

AFOX registers NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 and AMD Radeon RX 7000 series at EEC

AFOX registers NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 and AMD Radeon RX 7000 series at EEC

Published: 26th Jul 2022, 15:39 GMT  Comments
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AFOX preparing for next-gen GPUs

AFOX files GeForce RTX 40 and Radeon RX 7000 series trademarks to Eurasian Economic Commission regulatory office.

We might not know when next-gen GPUs will launch, but rest assured, AFOX is ready. The company which offers a wide range of PC hardware: GPUs, motherboards, SSD storage or even power supply, has now submitted not one, but almost every possible Radeon RX 7000 SKU and GeForce RTX 40 SKU to EEC.

This of course does not mean that both lineups will be released at the same time, on the contrary, this only means that AFOX is now prepared to launch any possible SKU, literally.

Unlike EEC submissions from Gigabyte, MSI or ASUS, AFOX submissions only list graphics card models, not individual custom designs. What this tell us is what AFOX expects to be included into both next-gen lineups and probably nothing more.

AFOX Radeon RX 7000 SKUs, Source: EEC/Afox

For AMD Radeon RX 7000 series AFOX expects a successor for every RDNA2 desktop model, this includes RX 7900XT or 7500XT models, the same applies to GeForce RTX 40 series, which even have their Ti variants listed. What is missing is the new TITAN, but chances of NVIDIA giving such a model to board partners to customize were slim in the first place.

AFOX GeForce RTX 40 SKUs, Source: EEC/Afox

Both RDNA3 and Ada GPUs should appear in early fourth quarter this year. AMD and NVIDIA are now engaged in planning phase with their partners for new series. AFOX clearly spares no time and the company is now ready for any possibility or SKU change. The company already offers Radeon RX 6000 series and GeForce RTX 30 models, but these cards rarely show up in any store outside China.

Source: EEC #1, EEC #2 via @harukaze5719

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