An alleged film by AMD Great Navi “Navi 21” GPU next generation flagship, Radeon RX6900XD, leaked through graphics card Cortex. Powered by the RDNA2 architecture, the AMD Big Navi GPU is enormous compared to past AMD primary GPU offerings.
AMD Radeon RX6900XD “Big Navi” RTNA 2 GPU Charge Image, Massive Die & GDTR6 Memory
Coretex has removed all hints and labels about GPU death to cover up its sources, but the GPU he sees is actually the Big Navi “Navi 21” GPU, which is the primary Radeon RX6900 XD graphics. Featuring card. The GPU looks very large & measures about 536mm2, but they are difficult calculations and the final mortality rate may be more or less the same. The tie size also seems to be close Previous rumors This indicated a size of 505 mm2 for the primary GPU.
A key feature of this leak is that it is shown on a standard tie package called the Navi 21 GPU. This indicates a GDDR6-based memory configuration rather than HBM2 (e), as many leaks in the past have indicated. There is still some speculation that the Navi21XD and XL deaths will have standard GDTR6 configurations, while the Navi21XDX will use the HPM2 (e) subsystem for memory, but that is speculation yet to be confirmed.
The Recent leaks Together Leaked PCB images The card suggests that the 256-bit bus interface will feature 16GB of GDTR6 memory. Keep in mind that 16GB VRAM with a 512-bit interface is possible, so AMD will also be open to that option when the final specifications are released. We’ll have to go a few weeks until the queue emerges, but AMD and tech magazines meanwhile offer us a few teasers and leaks.
AMD Navi 21 (RDNA 2) vs Navi 10 (RDNA 1) GPU Die Comparisons:
AMD Radeon RX6900 Series with Triple-Slot Cooling Solution:
As for the designs, the Radeon RX6000 primary cooling design The red and black design is amazing. This card shield has a three-axis-fan fan system and a large aluminum heatsink running under it. This card has an LED-light radian logo on the side and a large cut out on the side for fans to let out hot air. This design is very reminiscent of the Nvidia GeForce RTX20 series founder version air conditioner. This card will have dual 8-pin power and the display ports will have USB Type-C (virtual link), 1HDMI and 2 display port connectors.
This card also has a fancy backsplash with a retention clamp to keep it cool. The Radeon RX “Big Navi” GPU is expected to come in a standard 2-slot reference format, similar to Nvidia’s flagship RTX 3080, but not as large as the triple-slot GeForce RTX 3090.
Here’s all we know about RDNA 2 based Radeon RX Navi 6000 desktop GPUs
The Radeon RX Navi2X graphics card based on AMD RDNA 2 The family is also called upon to disrupt the 4K gaming segment, similar to how Raison disrupted the entire CPU landscape. This is a pretty bold claim from AMD, but leaks and rumors suggest that this could be AMD’s next-generation Radeon RX graphics card.
AMD has revealed that its RTNA2 GPUs will offer similar performance on first-gen RTNA GPUs, such as the Gen2, which is provided more than the Gen1. The first RTNA GPUs increased GCN architecture and RTNA 2 GPUs by 50% per watt over RTNA 1 This is expected to increase efficiency by 50% per watt.
According to the AMD shared road map, RDNA 2 GPUs have a new GPS It will feature three main features that are part of the structure. First and foremost is the performance for a VAT increase for a number of reasons. The transition from the 7nm process of the AMD TSMC to the more advanced 7nm process node. The new process node enhances transistor performance on newer GPUs, while reducing its overall size, allowing AMD to reduce performance over a very small set.
Key changes that led to a 50% increase in performance per watt include micro-architecture redesigned with Advanced Performance-per-Clock (IPC), logical improvements and enhanced physical enhancements to help reduce design complexity and switching power. Clock speed.
AMD also announced that RTNA 2 GPUs will feature VRS (variable aspect shadow) and hardware-accelerated radiation tracking. AMD follows Nvidia here, implementing the technologies they already mentioned on its Touring GPU-based GeForce RTX graphics cards. With the launch of new consoles from Microsoft and Sony, AMD is working to provide these features with its own optimization framework for developers to integrate into the next generation of gaming titles.
AMD has also recently demonstrated the operation of its RTNA 2 GPUs Microsoft’s DXR 1.1 (DirectX12 API Ultimate) The demo uses the hardware-accelerated radiation channel locally. AMD’s approach to radiation tracking is to provide simple development and quick adoption, and this is certainly possible with consoles where the majority of game developers focus their efforts.
AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su Already stated A new RDNA 2 GPU based Radeon RX high-end family and 7nm RDNA update family can be expected to launch this year. It was said during the presentation that the “Navi 2X” line will be scaled from top to bottom and as the name implies, the performance will be twice as high as the first generation RX graphics cards.
AMD’s CFO, Devinder Kumar, shed some light on the RTNA 2 GPU-based Radeon RX products for the PC operating system, noting that PCs will be the first to get a taste of the new architecture in the form of the Big Navi (hollow) graphics card. By major GPUs.
Some features expected from the 2nd generation RTNA Navi GPU:
- Optimal 7nm process node
- Interesting quality desktop graphics card options
- Hardware-Level Ray Tracing Support
- Composition of GTDR6 graphics cards
- First-General Navi is more powerful than GPUs
One of the key features Big Navy Radeon RX GPU4K to disrupt gaming segment, Such as how Raison affected the entire CPU segment. These are some of AMD’s bold claims, but if they are Rumor Profiles There is nothing to go on, and then these claims may not have been received yet.
Again, AMD in its own presentation emphasized the RDNA 2 based Radeon RX ‘Navi2X’ for aspirant-class performance for GPUs, so this is something to consider. However AMD on the other hand does not turn a blind eye to the introduction of its high performance graphics cards.
AMD To officially open Its Radeon RX6000 series graphics card family on October 28th. The second half of 2020 will definitely be an interesting time for all hardware enthusiasts and major PC gamers as they look forward to upgrading their computers with better hardware.