Details about AMD’s RDNA three-centered Navi 33 GPU may perhaps have just leaked online, revealing that the subsequent-gen graphics processor may carry the greatest of Large Navi to entry-level RDNA three graphics cards.
The Navi 33 GPU is reportedly going to function the exact same specs as the Navi 21 GPU that powers the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT graphics cards, which means that the decrease end of the RDNA three lineup will be at minimum as strong as the greatest graphics cards in AMD’s Large Navi lineup to date. As Wccftech notes, this would be in line with the claims AMD has designed about the major general performance improvements we’re going to see throughout the RDNA three lineup.
If genuine, that would give Navi 33’s all-around 80 compute units, for a whole of 5120 stream processors. Which is double what Navi 23 – which we be expecting to see in the AMD Radeon RX 6600 and RX 6600 XT – will have.
We don’t know what type of general performance improvements RDNA 3’s new GPU IP will have above Large Navi’s, so it truly is difficult to know what to be expecting from it. But, we do know that it will be centered on TSMC’s 5nm node, so it ought to definitely be more rapidly than Large Navi, which utilizes a 7nm node.