New Upcoming ATI/AMD GPU's Thread: Leaks, Hopes & Aftermarket GPU's Part 2

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    AMD Preparing 2nd Generation Navi GPUs Based On 7nm+

    AMD has made its comeback in the CPU side of things and it is now time for the company to turn its attention back to the segment that was once its bread and butter: Radeon.
    As I stated almost 1.5 years ago, you should not expect a high-end GPU before 2020. Well, guess what, 2020 is almost here and with it comes to the first leak of AMD's 2nd Generation NAVI GPUS: Navi 21, 22 and 23.
    Needless to say, we have very little to go on with regards to the exact parts at this point and it is unclear whether AMD merged the GPU formerly known as Navi 20 into one of these three or that remains in the pipeline.

    AMD working on powerful new Radeon GPUs - do these contain some TITAN killers?

    AMD's second-generation Navi series will likely utilize Next-Generation RDNA (RDNA 2 in all likelihood) and will be manufactured on the improved 7nm+ node.
    This is the point where AMD's process advantage will really start to hurt Nvidia and the time where we expect them to shift to 7nm as well with Ampere.
    Considering the leaks for that have already started as well, late-2020 seems like the year where we will see the PC market return to its former glory and possibly hit new heights.

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    Before we go any further, let's go over the actual leak. Mention of Navi 21, 22 and 23 were made in upcoming Linux drivers - which are opensource and usually a very reliable leaky point in the AMD pipeline.
    This was first spotted by user Berniyh on 3DCenter forums. Mention of Navi 22 and 23 can be found over here while you can read about Navi 21 over here. So far, the nomenclature AMD has been following usually indicates that the lower the second numeric, the more powerful the chip. This means if AMD sticks to tradition, Navi 21 is the most powerful out of all of these although there is a small caveat with this statement. Navi 21 wasn't the chip that was spotted in the Linux Changelog. It was Navi 21 Lite.

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    Here's the deal though. As per my information that dates back almost a year and half, the chip you want to actually look out for is Navi 20. It is unclear whether AMD scrapped that and renamed it to one of these three or whether it's still in the pipeline.
    If it has not been scrapped then these three GPUs are just going to be the starting acts that will warm up the stage for the actual event: the Navi 20 GPU.
    If this is not the case and one of these is the GPU formerly known as Navi 20, then that is just as good, because it would mean AMD is making excellent time on getting to RDNA Next-Gen/RDNA 2 based parts.

    While there is no word on release dates right now, these things do not enter into the driver code until very later in the game when pretty much all of the design stages have finished.
    This would mean that AMD is at most, 6 months away from launching these parts, Computex 2020 might be the most realistic launch date although
    AMD could potentially surprise all of us by launching these at CES 2020 (unlikely in my personal opinion, unless these are mid-range cards).

    One thing is for sure though: 2020 is going to be a great time to be a PC gamer.

    THX to Wccftech
    and Hype train is starting :p
     
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    AMD CEO: We’ll Have a Strong Ramp to Next-Gen Consoles in H2 2020; We Want Radeon Everywhere

    Following the strong third-quarter financial results reported by AMD, CEO Lisa Su was interviewed by GamesBeat, where she had the chance to expand on some of the topics discussed in the earnings call with investors.

    With regards to AMD's console business, Su expects to have a strong ramp up in the second half of 2020 as Sony's PlayStation 5 console and Microsoft's 'Project Scarlett' Xbox counterpart are both due to launch in the Holiday season, featuring AMD's Zen 2/RDNA CPU/GPU architectures.

    The console business is a great business for us. We’re very happy to be in the next-generation Sony and Microsoft consoles for 2020. We’re going through a product transition at the moment.
    Most of the energies have turned to the new consoles. But our expectation is that as this generation ramps down, we’ll have a strong ramp to the next generation, particularly as we go into the second half of 2020.

    The AMD CEO also made a point of reiterating how the goal is to get Radeon graphics 'everywhere' when discussing the recent multi-year strategic partnership with Samsung for 'high-performance mobile graphics'.

    The way to think about it, we want Radeon graphics to be everywhere. Everywhere means in the datacenter, in gaming, in PCs, in consoles, as well as in mobile. Samsung, as our partner in graphics —
    it’s both a licensing opportunity, as well as a development opportunity, where we’re jointly optimizing our Radeon graphics for lower-power applications. Again, it’s one of these areas where having the architecture span across all those product segments is a good thing for developers and a good thing for the architecture.

    Indeed, when you consider that the company's technology already appears in PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as the upcoming Google Stadia hardware, the Nintendo Switch remains the only gaming platform tied exclusively to NVIDIA.

    The deal with Samsung doesn't mean AMD will necessarily use their Samsung 7nm EUV process (which NVIDIA is said to be using for their next-generation Ampere GPUs), anyway.

    We think Samsung’s a great partner overall. Certainly, we’re familiar with their foundry work. We have done graphics there before, and we’ll look at opportunities as things go forward.
    I think the great part about it is there’s a rich foundry ecosystem, whether you’re talking about TSMC or Samsung. Our goal is to be at the leading edge of that foundry ecosystem.

    Elsewhere in the interview, Lisa Su promised to move forward with AI-related investments in both hardware and software, regarding this as a potential growth market for AMD in the next couple of years.

    THX to Wccftech
     
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    AMD Navi 14 ‘Radeon RX’ GPU SKUs Detailed, XTX Variant Features Up To 1717 MHz Peak Clock

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    AMD is preparing a whole range of Radeon RX Navi 14 GPUs featuring different core and clocks
    configuration, as reported by Reddit users at r/AMD. The findings from users at the subreddit reveal that AMD is working on at least five variants of the Navi 14 GPU which will soon be offered in different budget and mainstream solutions on desktop and notebook platforms.

    AMD's Radeon RX Navi 14 GPUs To Come In Five Different Configurations - Peak Clock Rated at 1717 MHz for Navi 14 XTX SKU

    Officially, we know of three Navi 14 configurations which would be used for the Radeon RX 5500, Radeon RX 5500 XT and Radeon RX 5500M discrete graphics cards/chips.
    However, the latest info which is sourced to the agd5f/Linux repository, reveals that there are a total of five Navi 14 SKUs, including the ones I just mentioned above. These include:

    • NAVI14_UMD_PSTATE_PEAK_XT_GFXCLK 1670 MHz
    • NAVI14_UMD_PSTATE_PEAK_XTM_GFXCLK 1448 MHz
    • NAVI14_UMD_PSTATE_PEAK_XLM_GFXCLK 1181 MHz
    • NAVI14_UMD_PSTATE_PEAK_XTX_GFXCLK 1717 MHz
    • NAVI14_UMD_PSTATE_PEAK_XL_GFXCLK 1448 MHz
    What's interesting about these SKUs is that their peak clock rate is mentioned. As most of you here know, with Navi GPUs, AMD somewhat changed the way clocks are referred to.
    The base clock will be the standard operating clock by default but when it comes to boost frequencies, we are looking at two unique clocks. One is the game clock and the other is the boost clock.
    The game clock is the average boost clock where the GPU is usually going to sit in while the boost clock is actually the top or peak rated speed that the GPU can hit.
    This is where each different configuration falls in as they are designed to hit a certain peak clock threshold.

    The Linux repository uses the term 'Peak clock' for the game clock and that is how we will try to match and find which config will be used on which Navi 14 products.
    So let's get the three main SKUs out of the way, the Navi 14 XTX (1717 MHz) is for the Radeon RX 5500 XT, the Navi 14 XT is for the Radeon RX 5500 (1670 MHz), the Navi 14 XTM (1448 MHz) is for the Radeon RX 5500M.
    This leaves us with two SKUs, the Navi 14 XL and the Navi 14 XLM.

    It is said that the Navi 14 XL could be a lower-tier desktop graphics card known as the Radeon RX 5300 with a game clock of 1448 MHz.
    Similarly, the Navi 14 XLM SKU could be used in a cut-down mobility chip known as the Radeon RX 5300M with a clock speed of 1181 MHz.

    The AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT seems to be the flagship variant of the lineup featuring 1408 stream processors. This means that there are 22 compute units featured on the card.
    This is lower than the 24 CU variant we have seen in previous leaks which means that a fully enabled variant might pop in later or yields might have restricted AMD from offering a full 1536 SP graphics card.
    That is a speculative territory for now so let's just focus on the rest of the specifications.

    The Radeon RX features a boost clock of 1845 MHz whereas the Game clock is set at 1717 MHz. The card would feature up to 8 GB GDDR6 VRAM which means that 4 GB GDDR6 variants would also exist.
    The memory would clock in at 14 Gbps along with a 128-bit bus interface that would provide a total bandwidth of 224 GB/s. The Radeon RX 5500 XT would feature higher core clocks but the same memory clocks.

    The AMD Radeon RX 5500 would also feature the same core config as the Radeon RX 5500 XT with the only change being the 4 GB GDDR6 memory buffer.
    It will be interesting how much lower in price the Radeon RX 5500 would go for as it would offer far more perf/dollar compared to the XT variant if these specs are indeed correct.
    The same goes for the mobile variant which comes with the same core configuration but lower clock speeds of 1645 MHz boost and 1448 MHz game clock.
    Both cards feature a 110W TDP / 150W TBP (Total Board Power) and AMD has recommended a single 8-pin power connector for them to boot.

    THX to Wccftech
     
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    GLOBALFOUNDRIES and SiFive to Deliver Next Level of High Bandwidth Memory on 12LP

    GLOBALFOUNDRIES (GF ) and SiFive, Inc. announced today at GLOBALFOUNDRIES Technology Conference (GTC) in Taiwan that they are working to extend high DRAM performance levels with High Bandwidth Memory (HBM2E) on GF's recently announced 12LP+ FinFET solution,
    with 2.5D packaging design services to enable fast time-to-market for Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications.

    In order to achieve the capacity and bandwidth for data-intensive AI training applications, system designers are challenged with squeezing more bandwidth into a smaller area while maintaining a reasonable power profile. SiFive's customizable high bandwidth memory interface on GF's 12LP platform and 12LP+ solution will enable easy integration of high bandwidth memory into a single System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions to deliver fast, power-efficient data processing for AI applications in the computing and wired infrastructure markets.As a part of the collaboration, designers will also have access to SiFive's RISC-V IP portfolio and DesignShare IP ecosystem, which will leverage GF's 12LP+ Design Technology Co-Optimization (DTCO), enabling them to significantly increase silicon specialization, improve design efficiency and deliver differentiated SoC solutions quickly and cost-effectively.

    "Extending SiFive's reference IP platform, with HBM2E, on GF's best-in-class performance 12LP+ solutiondelivers new levels of performance and integration for next generation SoCs and accelerators,"
    said Mohit Gupta, vice president and general manager, IP Business Unit at SiFive. "Deployment of highly optimized silicon requires highly customizable capabilities in order to realize the much-needed higher TOPS per milliwatt with low latency performance required for AI,
    while balancing the needs for low power and smaller area footprints."

    "At GF, we continue our commitment to providing differentiated FinFET specific application solutions and IP that allow our clients to develop performance enhanced products for AI applications,"
    said Ted Letavic, CTO of Computing and Wired Infrastructure at GF.
    "Together, with GF's most advanced FinFET platform and SiFive's unique design methodology, we will develop a unique high performance edge computing solution which empowers designers to take full advantage of the data deluge."

    GF's 12LP+ an innovative new solution for AI training and inference applications, offers designers a high-speed, low-power 0.5Vmin SRAM bitcell that supports the fast, power-efficient shuttling of data between processors and memory.
    Moreover, a new interposer for 2.5D packages facilitates the integration of high-bandwidth memory with processors for fast, power-efficient data processing.

    SiFive's HBM2E interface and custom IP solution on GF's 12LP and 12LP+ are now under development at GF's Fab 8 in Malta, New York.
    Clients can start optimizing their chip designs to develop differentiated solutions for high performance compute and edge AI applications in 1H 2020.
     

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    AMD Navi 23 ‘NVIDIA Killer’ GPU Rumored to Support Hardware Ray Tracing, Coming Next Year

    AMD is allegedly preparing a next generation GPU code named Navi 23 that's internally referred to as the 'NVIDIA Killer' and it's due to come out next year.
    We've heard whispers about this Navi 23 GPU in the techsphere as early as back in August of this year, but we've only gotten confirmation that it actually exists about a week ago when it crept up in a Linux code dump.

    AMD Navi 23 'NVIDIA Killer' GPU First to Support Hardware Ray Tracing
    Thanks to a recent Linux driver we know that Navi 23 is only one of three different GPUs that AMD is building on TSMC's 7nm+ process node and the RDNA2 gaming graphics microarchitecture, the others being Navi 21 and Navi 22.

    Based on a number of peculiar patents that AMD has registered as well as whispers in the industry and AMD's own official roadmap, the 2nd generation Radeon DNA architecture is set to be the first from the company to fully support hardware accelerated ray tracing.

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    However, according to this particular source, only Navi 23 is being referred to internally as the "NVIDIA Killer".
    That's because Navi 23 is said to be the big Navi GPU that's going to take the competition to NVIDIA in the high-end segment where the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti currently sit uncontested.

    I'd urge caution here though, as this is just a rumor and should be taken with a grain of salt. Companies usually don't refer to one of their products as the competition killer, and on the rare occasion that they do it's often a hit and miss.
    Big Navi is definitely set to compete and add value to the high-end graphics market but don't expect it to "kill" anything, not yet at least. It's just too early to tell how competitive this GPU is going to be.
    Especially with NVIDIA's Ampere around the corner, which looks to bring quite a sizable generational leap from Turing.

    RDNA2 Navi 23 GPU to Take The Competition to NVIDIA in the High-End Next Year
    Based on everything we've been hearing so far Navi 23 is going to be a large GPU that competes in the high-end segment in 2020. It is expected to bring full hardware accelerated ray tracing as well as a plethora of new architectural improvements.

    Which thanks to some recently published patents we know could include:

    - Variable rate shading
    - More efficient mixed precision compute
    - Smarter & faster caches
    - Persistent computing & higher instructions per clock
    - More advanced voltage regulation for higher clock speeds among a host of other improvements

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    AMD's CEO Lisa Su confirmed at the company's latest earnings call that the focus with its next generation products next year will be the architecture and not the process node.
    5nm is years away from being ready for prime time and 7nm is here to stay for quite a while. AMD is already past the most difficult part of a process transition,
    that is bringing the first set of products on a new node to market successfully, which the company did with the Ryzen 3000 series and Navi this year.

    THX to Wccftech
     
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    ASRock has announced its newest lineup of RX 5700 series cards, the Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming lineup.
    The Phantom Gaming lineup from ASRock includes both, the Radeon RX 5700 XT and the Radeon RX 5700 and has been fully detailed by Videocardz.

    ASRock is making Phantom Gaming versions of the both the RX 5700 XT & the RX 5700, which support faster clock speeds and premium cooling!
    The ASRock Phantom Gaming series of graphics cards are getting some new additions to the family, the RX 5700 Phantom gaming card and the RX 5700 XT Phanton gaming card.
    Both of these offer faster clock speeds along with much larger cooling heatsink, and more cooling fans (instead of the single blower type fan).
     
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    AMD Radeon RX 5500 Marketing Sheets Reveal a bit More About the Card

    Marketing material of AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 5500 mid-range graphics cards leaked to the web, providing insights to the product's positioning in AMD's stack.
    The October 2019 dated document lists out the card's specification, performance relative to a competing NVIDIA product, and a provides a general guidance on what experience to expect form it.
    To begin with, the RX 5500 desktop graphics card is based on the 7 nm "Navi 14" silicon, and is configured with 22 RDNA compute units, amounting to 1,408 stream processors.
    The chip features a 128-bit wide GDDR6 memory bus, which is paired with either 4 GB or 8 GB of memory running at 14 Gbps data-rate, yielding 224 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Its GPU clocks are listed as 1670 MHz "gaming," and 1845 MHz boost.
    The company didn't mention nominal clocks. The typical board power is rated at 110 W, and a single 8-pin PCIe power input is deployed on the reference-design board.

    The second slide is where things get very interesting. AMD tabled its product stack, and the RX 570, RX 580, and RX 590 are missing, even as the RX 560 isn't.
    This is probably a sign of AMD phasing out the Polaris-based 1080p cards in the very near future, and replacing them with the RX 5500, and possibly a better endowed "RX 5500 XT," if rumors of the "Navi 14" featuring more CUs are to be believed.
    What is surprising about this whole presentation though is that only the "RX 5500" is listed, with the "XT" nowhere in sight.

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    Nixeus Introduces the EDG 34 Monitor: 34" VA, 3440 x 1440, 144 Hz, 4 ms, FreeSync, 1500R

    Nixeus has made their EDG 34 monitor available for pre-order through several retailers. The EDG 34, like the name not-so-subtly implies, carries a 34" diagonal panel based on VA technology.
    The resolution available on this panel stands at 3440 x 1440, so it has slightly lesser performance requirements than a 4K solution would, which can, at this point in time, be more of a strength than a handicap.
    The 4 ms gray-to-gray response is adequate, and the FreeSync support in the range of 48 Hz through 144 Hz, whilst giving pause, should be enough for most gaming scenarios - if you are driving this monitor, you most likely have powerful graphics hardware anyhow.

    A 1500R curvature ensures the edges of the monitor are at the same distance from your eyes as the center. Color reproduction stands at a standard 16.7 million colors, and peak brightness is rated at 400 nits.
    Connectivity-wise, the monitor offers 2x DisplayPort 1.2 and 2x HDMI 2.0 ports (with refresh rates capped at 100 Hz). A 3.5 mm audio connector and VESA support are also part of the package.
    All of this can be had starting at a very interesting $499 on Newegg.

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    I agree with the 5120 shaders.
    its should basically be just like two 5700/XT's on one substrate, with an IO chip (The GPU dies without memory controllers or PCIe lanes, just IF, so a lot smaller than now).
    If they are coming otu next year though, i'd peg them as the 6000 series.
     
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    I was hoping for an 5800xt before the end of this year. Now I'm thinking we'll only get the lower end 5500 and maybe the xt version before Christmas.
     

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    I got 5700XT because it was not pricey. And not top performer from Navi line. For my use case, It will last long time anyway.
    Getting big one would require HW level DX-R support as one will keep strong card for much longer.

    Even while DX-R is not impressive for now, it will be used properly in time. And some games seemed kind of "gimped" in non-DX-R rendering.
     
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    5700Xt is faster than Vega64 at least :) in a lot of games.
     
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    Besides Navi is the future for Us :)
     
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    Big Navi ;) yay
     
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    AMD Also Working to Bring Integer Scaling to Its Driver Suite

    With NVIDIA and Intel already entrenched in the integer scaling field, which brings improved image quality to upscaled, pixel-art games, AMD was sure to follow.
    Vacuums in terms of feature set between different manufacturers of the same products aren't well looked at by consumers, and so AMD really has no choice but to advance into the integer scaling game as well.
    Recent Linux driver patches have been analyzed and found to contain multiple references to an integer scaling feature, which means that AMD is readying it for deployment and already on their way to work on its driver-level implementation.

    Integer scaling works by looking at the base image and multiplying each pixel up to your monitor resolution, which brings in added sharpness without a single pixel's color being stretched over others.
    This way, a base 1080p presentation can easily be upscaled to a 4K resolution simply by syncing a given pixel's color information through 4 pixels - now you have a 4K screen that's rendering the same number of pixels as a 1080p one,
    with a block of four pixels acting as a single one. With integer scaling being the most requested feature on AMD's Adrenalin feedback page, so it seems pretty guaranteed we'll see the feature adopted eventually -
    perhaps even in AMD's own yearly big Adrenalin driver release, which could be dropping by this December, should history repeat itself.

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    https://www.cowcotland.com/news/695...endide-rx-5700-xt-nitro+-special-edition.html

    From
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/dvd4yb/sapphire_announces_a_splendid_rx_5700_xt_nitro/

    So Sapphire is doing a 5700XT Nitro+ variant using RGB and with a modest memory and clock speed increase up from 14 GB/s effective GDDR6 to 14.4 GB/s so probably not a huge change but then most variants so far have also opted to remain on the default 875 Mhz and then clock speeds are up to 2035 Mhz up from 2010 Mhz and whatever the effective actual core clock boost speed ends at.

    Could be binned but the existing Nitro and several other 5700XT variants can probably hit these already or close to depending on how the boost function decides to work but yeah there's the Nitro+ now.
    Hmm seeing the number of 5700 and 5700XT variants I am curious how things will be should the above information be accurate on the 5800 (Early 2020 then?) and 5900 (Bit later?) and how the custom designs will end up for these.

    And if HBM2 or variants of it are used on the assumed to be biggest Navi10 GPU perhaps it might even allow for shorter GPU models again though some of the Vega and Fury variants with short PCB's opted for a extended cooler to improve thermal transfer and lower overall temps which might be wise since the GPU is quite sensitive to how it behaves and HBM would probably be much the same if that's the memory type they're going with.

    Though if that's the plan where does that leave Navi20 unless they have those pushed into early 2021 or do a relatively short release cycle between the 5900's and the whatever Navi20's will be called.
    (Assuming the 5800's are out first and early next year maybe shown more in some of the tech showcases and expos before launch first?)


    EDIT: Well we shall see soon enough I guess, CES and such for early 2020 and that or other events might be where AMD showcases bigger Navi or what to call these higher-end Navi10 models ha ha.

    EDIT: 20 (5800) - 35 (5800XT) up-to performance increase over the 5700XT isn't bad either, will be fun to see what the reviews for these will result in when it comes to performance and such.

    And then how the 5900's scale both in memory and core clocks from this and the assumed core cluster increase whatever it ends up at.
    (Pushing above 64 compute units and the 4096 cores/stream processors would be neat if it scales well.)
     
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    The Radeon RX 5700 XT NITRO+ Special Edition will be available in limited quantity and is set to enter the market on November 15th for around €499.

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    The "World's Fastest Navi" ?

     
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