Details of AMD Navi GPU Family to Use RDNA 2 Architecture Revealed


The report, shared by a Twitter user, revealed details of the Navi GPU family, which will use AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture. Let’s take a closer look at the details of GPUs expected to be released in the third quarter of this year.

AMD, one of the largest microchip manufacturers in the world, continues to work on the Big Navi GPUs that will take shape on the RDNA 2 architecture. New developments regarding the Navi family are expected to be released by the end of this year.

A new report shared by a Twitter user named _rogame reveals the details of the Navi GPUs. According to the report, the newly appeared graphics unit named GFX 1032 will be called Navi 23. In the screenshot below, we can see that the NNA 23, which will symbolize the input card of the RDNA 2 architecture, has the code name 103 * as well as other Navi 2X GPUs.

Details of the Navi GPUs using RDNA 2 architecture have been revealed:

AMD Navi 21, which will be used in Radeon RX cards in the list above, will be the first Navi 2X GPU to be used by users even before the new generation consoles arrive. As the name suggests, the GPU is likely to be the first Navi 2X graphics chip ever produced, but there are no reports to confirm these claims.

AMD’s next-generation graphics units are expected to replace the Navi 12, which was specially developed for MacBooks, with Radeon Pro 6600M graphics cards with Navi 22 GPUs. However, reports say the Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card with Navi 21 GPU at the top level, which will be called Big Navi.

According to rumors, both NVIDIA and AMD’s next generation and flagship graphics cards will be released by next September. In the coming days, we will see if AMD, the star of the processor front, can achieve the same success in the GPU market. Well, do you think AMD will be able to challenge NVIDIA with new generation GPUs? You can share your ideas in the comments section.


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