AMD RDNA3 Navi 31 non-public graphics performance exposure

The latest rumors about AMD's "Radeon RX 7000" series GPUs show that AIB partners have already obtained AMD RDNA 3 test units, showing that this graphics card can provide stronger than RDNA 2. performance.

@Greymon55 revealed that AIB already has AMD Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs based on the RDNA 3 architecture and is testing them in their labs.

He didn't specify which brand it was but did give us some early performance reviews that sounded pretty good. In addition, the power consumption of the new cards is also "surprising", and AMD did previously reveal that their power numbers will be significantly lower than the "Radeon RX 7000" competitors.

Existing information shows that AMD is developing its Navi 31 flagship GPU, which will be launched next month, which is on November 3, so these non-public cards are likely to be the flagship GPU chips currently being tested. AMD is used to benchmark the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 GPUs.

 According to the whistleblower, the "RDNA 3" GPU on AMD Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards can provide 2x the performance improvement of the previous generation in pure rasterization workloads, and can also provide more than 2x in ray tracing workloads. gain.

However, he did not point out whether this data is compared to the RX 6900 XT or the RX 6950 XT, but even the 6900 XT, the second-time flagship chip of RDNA, can provide very strong grating performance, even almost close to the RTX 3090 Ti, and the RX 6950 XT is better than this stronger.

If what the whistleblower said is true, then the 2x improvement of the new RX 7000 flagship in this regard will mean that AMD can compete with the RTX 4090, and even surpass the RTX 4090 in some areas.

In terms of ray tracing, a more than 2x improvement means that AMD may end up giving gamers close to or slightly faster ray tracing capabilities than the RTX 30-series "Ampere" series cards, but it shouldn't be as good as Ada Lovelace, which is also twice as fast. RTX 40 series cards. Therefore, AMD's new flagship may bring a big improvement in ray tracing, but it may still not be able to close the gap with the RTX 40 series.

AMD has confirmed that it's RDNA 3 GPUs will launch later this year with a massive performance boost.

The Radeon RX 7000 series will provide more than 50 percent performance-per-watt improvement over existing RDNA 2 GPUs, said David Wang, senior vice president of engineering at AMD's Radeon Technologies Group. Some of the key features of RDNA 3 GPUs that AMD has highlighted include:

  • 5nm process node
  • Advanced chiplet packaging technology
  • Redesigned CU Architecture
  • Optimized graphics pipeline (Pipeline)
  • Next Generation Infinity Cache (AMD Infinity Cache) Technology
  • Enhanced ray tracing capabilities
  • Granular adaptive power management
  • More than 50% performance/watt improvement

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