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AMD RDNA 3: new info

AMD RDNA 3: new info

The AMD RDNA 3 architecture should allow the reds to continue their progress on graphics cards. Quite a few new things about the RDNA 3 allow AMD to be ambitious. First of all, some chips will be the first to offer MCM graphics architecture to gamers. Indeed, if some information evokes the arrival of MCM chips at Nvidia very soon with Hopper, we must not forget that this generation will target only the computing and server segment. The replacement of Ampere will be done by Ada Lovelace but will keep a traditional chip design. AMD RDNA 3

ATTENTION The following information comes from several “reliable” leakers and it is obviously necessary to take all these elements with a lot of distance. We summarize below what is said by people who have in the past “hit the bull’s eye” and who have a certain consistency in their information. However, at no time can this reflect with certainty what is really going on in the AMD labs.

AMD ahead of Nvidia in 2022?

AMD should open the market with a technology that it has mastered for a long time on its Ryzen. For some time, rumors have been multiplying that the upcoming RDNA 3 GPUs will surpass anything NVIDIA has to offer in terms of rasterization performance. It seems that AMD will take the lead in offering the first MCM-powered GPUs in its Radeon RX line of graphics cards. The Reds are expected to follow the logic of the RX 6000 and launch at the high end, possibly in early 2022.


The Radeon RX AMD RDNA 3 ‘Navi 3X’ line of graphics cards is expected to offer up to 3x performance improvements over existing RDNA 2 offerings. It’s also worth noting that most serious leakers are all talking about power efficiency being far superior to Nvidia. Other rumors to consider, the Navi 31 ‘Radeon RX’ GPUs are expected to feature up to 512MB of Infinity cache (almost 4x the amount present on Navi 21) but retain the 256-bit bus interface. The cards should keep the GDDR6 memory arrays but with faster and optimized frequency/power specifications. Finally, AMD would use the 6nm process of TSMC for this new generation.

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