AMD 6nm Navi 24 GPU core shots exposed

AMD has launched the Navi 21 family for more than a year. Recently, the fourth and smallest member of the series has finally arrived. Earlier news said that Navi 24 is an entry-level GPU for desktop gamers and next-generation mid-range laptops with limited budgets, using a 6nm process. At present, the core photos of the GPU have been exposed.

According to the pictures exposed by VideoCardZ, Navi 24 is a small GPU with an estimated die size of 141 mm², which is a bit smaller than the RDNA1 Navi 14 of 158 mm².

This GPU has half of the GPU clusters of Navi 23, that is, 16 GPU clusters. Each cluster is occupied by 64 stream processors, with a maximum of 1024 stream processors. The unlimited cache size has been reduced to 16 MB, and there is only a 64-bit wide video memory controller.

The news revealed that Navi 24 GPU is expected to be carried in two graphics cards AMD RX 6400 and RX 6500 XT. It is reported that the RX 6500 XT will be equipped with a complete Navi 24 GPU, 1024 stream processors, 16 light accelerators, and 4GB 16Gbps GDDR6 video memory. RX 6400 is also based on Navi 24 GPU, but only enables 768 stream processors, is equipped with 12 light accelerators, and is equipped with 4GB of 14gbps GDDR6 video memory.

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