AMD RX 7000 (RDNA3) Receives Vulkan 1.3 Compliance

AMD Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards with RDNA 3 architecture receive support for Vulkan 1.3, one of today’s most popular graphics APIs for modern gaming.

AMD Radeon RX 7000 already has official support for Vulkan 1.3

This compatibility had already debuted with its implementation with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4090, in version Now the RX 7000 series is also getting the same treatment.

A quick look at the compliance list shows that almost all modern graphics cards, including the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30/40 and Intel’s Arc A series, are now compatible with Vulkan 1.3. Support for this graphics API is confirmed for Ubuntu and Windows 10 operating systems.

The company has revealed that “undisclosed products” based on the RDNA 3 graphics family have successfully completed compliance with Vulkan

AMD RX 70000 RDNA3 with Vulkan 1.3
AMD RX 70000 RDNA3 with Vulkan 1.3

The company hasn’t said anything about RDNA 3 support for other APIs, such as DirectX12 Ultimate, but we assume it’s taking this support for granted knowing that the RX 6000 series already supports that Microsoft API for gaming.

On November 3, AMD will hold a special event for the official presentation of the RX 7000 series of graphics cards. The high-end RX 7900 XT and XTX models would be present there, which will become the new top-of-the-range AMD for the video game segment.

AMD will have the difficult task of competing with the RTX 4090 GPU, the top of the range of Nvidia’s RTX 40 series that recently hit the market and that doubles the performance of the RTX 30 series. Will the RX 7900 XTX be able to compete with the RTX 4090? A question that will be resolved sooner rather than later. You can see more information at this link. We will keep you up to date with all the news.

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