AMD’s RDNA 3 GPUs May Be Less Powerful Than Previously Thought

An informant confirmed that: AMDThe latest generation graphics may not be as powerful as the previous rumours. AMD is due to relaunch its RDNA 3 GPUs this year as successors to the current generation Radeon RX 6000 series platforms due to launch in late 2020. The first generation RDNA platforms will be launched in 2019 as successors to the older Radeon RX platforms. the Vega series. AMD is expected to be based on RDNA 3 platforms and Zen 4 CPUs in TSMC’s 5nm process.

There’s been a sudden slowdown in graphics card deliveries over the past two years, but I know we can do better. A report from a few weeks ago suggested that the base-level AMD Radeon RX 6500XT is selling below MSRP in Germany, while the prices of several other GPUs are also being argued for. However, it still may not normalize in the near future, as Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger recently said in an interview that he expects chips to last in 2024.

The latest rumors about AMD’s next line of graphics cards come from noted informant Greymon55, who published a series of numbers that will be the main contact for RDNA 3’s three main platforms. The numbers were confirmed late in the day by another Redfire informant, who published more information about upcoming maps. According to the tweets, the maps will be sent with far fewer nodes than previously thought. If the information from the two informants is correct, the Navi 31 (possibly the RX 7900 XT) with 6 Shader Engines, 12 Shader Arrays and 48 Work Group Processors will have up to 12,288 Stream Processors, which is about 20% less than the 15,360 earlier. revealed nodes.

As for Navi 32 (which is what the RX 7800 XT should be), it comes with 4 Shader engines, 8 Shader arrays, 32 workgroup processors and up to 8,192 stream processors, below the expected 10,240. The only chip to keep its previously specified number is the Navi 33, which comes with 2 Shader Engines, 4 Shader Arrays, 16 Work Group Processors, and up to 4096 Stream Processors.

Following a tweet from Greymon55, German technology site 3DCenter.org tweeted what the revised numbers could mean for the failure of the RDNA 3. In accordance with tuitar, the Navi 31 wheel drive can deliver up to 73 TFLOPS of power at a GPU clock speed of 3 GHz. In fact, there will be a significant difference from the expected 92 TFLOPS that the record will have to offer sooner. If the rumored numbers turn out to be true, it will be interesting to see if it’s new AMD platforms can improve the performance of the latest Nvidia GPUs.

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