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

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    AMD’s Flagship Navi 31 GPU Based on Next-Gen RDNA 3 Architecture Has Reportedly Been Taped Out

    AMD is hard on work to ready their next-generation RDNA 3 lineup and it looks like the flagship Navi 31 GPU for the upcoming Radeon RX lineup has been taped out today.
    A tweet from leaker, Greymon55, suggests that AMD has taped out its flagship graphics chip for 2022.

    AMD RDNA 3 Architecture Powered Navi 31 GPU For Next-Gen Flagship Radeon RX Graphics Card Reportedly Taped Out

    Back in August, the same leaker reported that AMD will be taping out its flagship RDNA 3 GPU, the Navi 31, in two months and it looks like today is the day as the leaker has now tweeted out that the flagship is ready!
    Now taping out doesn't mean that we are close to launch but it is one of the many key milestones in chip development.
    It will be sometime before the chip achieves power on by AMD themselves and then we are going to start seeing the first engineering samples begin to roll out to key partners.

    Next generation flagship graphics card has been taped out.


    — Greymon55 (@greymon55) October 29, 2021


    As for the launch, the RDNA 3 based AMD Radeon RX 7000 series is expected within the second half of 2022.
    So we are still a good while away from launch but it's good to hear such development mile-stones from the back-channel.

    AMD RDNA 3 Navi 31 GPUs For Radeon RX 7800/7900 Series

    The AMD Navi 31 GPU, the flagship RDNA 3 chip, would power the next-gen Radeon RX 7900 XT graphics card.
    We have heard that AMD will drop CU (Compute Units) in favor of WGP (Work Group Processors) on its next-gen RDNA 3 GPUs.

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    A preliminary block diagram of AMD's next-gen RDNA 3 based Navi 31 GPU that will power the flagship Radeon RX 7900 XT graphics card. (Image Credits: Olrak)

    The Navi 31 GPU configuration shown here features two GCD's (Graphics Core Die) and a single MCD (Multi-Cache Die). Each GCD has 3 Shader Engines (6 in total) and each Shader Engine has 2 Shader Arrays (2 per SE / 6 per GCD / 12 in total).
    Each Shader Array is composed of 5 WGPs (10 per SE / 30 per GCD / 60 in total) and each WGP features 8 SIMD32 units with 32 ALUs (40 SIMD32 per SA / 80 per SE / 240 per GCD / 480 in total).
    These SIMD32 units combine to make up 7,680 cores per GCD and 15,360 cores in total.

    More -> https://wccftech.com/amds-flagship-...3-architecture-has-reportedly-been-taped-out/
    -> https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-nav...a3-architecture-has-reportedly-been-taped-out
     
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    I knew it that as Intel gpus release is getting closer both amd and nvidia will stsrt teasing their nexr gen.
     
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    AMD Next-Gen RDNA GPUs Might Feature 3D Infinity Cache Technology, MCM GPUs With 3D Stacking

    It looks like AMD is heavily investing in stacked cache and chiplet technologies for their next-gen CPU & GPU designs. Based on a new rumor by Greymon55, it looks like after EPYC & Ryzen, AMD will be bringing stacked 3D Cache design to RDNA in the form of 3D Infinity Cache.

    Next-Gen AMD RDNA GPUs Might Feature 3D Infinity Cache Technology - 3D Stacking Cache on MCM GPUs

    With RDNA 2, AMD introduced its first-generation Infinity Cache architecture which is a fast and high-bandwidth on-die cache that the GPU can quickly access.
    The existing cache designs can be scaled up to 128 MB capacities and up to 2 TB/s bandwidth.
    With next-gen RDNA 3 GPUs, it has been rumored that the GPUs will double the amount of Infinity cache with Navi 33 expected to offer 256 MB and Navi 31 expected to offer up to 512 MB of Infinity Cache.

    3D IFC


    — Greymon55 (@greymon55) November 8, 2021


    The IFC on Navi 31 GPUs will be split between two chips since it is an MCM design so it's still 256 MB per chip. The latest rumors now suggest that the Infinity Cache is also moving to a 3D stack design.
    So we aren't just getting MCM GPUs with RDNA 3 but there's also a possibility of getting stacking technology on the next-gen chips. So in total, AMD will have 3D cache technology on its entire lineup including Ryzen, EPYC, and Radeon.

    AMD is also going to introduce its server aimed CDNA 2 GPUs today which will be the first to feature an MCM technology.
    So far, there have been no reports of Infinity Cache on the current CDNA design but it may be possible that future GPUs could include the same cache stacking technology as bandwidth demand increases.

    -> https://wccftech.com/amd-next-gen-rdna-gpus-feature-3d-infinity-cache-mcm-gpus-with-3d-stacking/
     
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    Looks really strong look at those numbers in HPC wow crazy.
     
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    AMD Radeon Super Resolution is FSR but for all games

    AMD couldn’t just let NVIDIA Image Scaling steal any attention from FSR, which is why the company has been working on a new implementation of its FSR technology, this time, however, working in ‘nearly’ all games.

    The word ‘nearly’ is actually pretty straightforward, the technology will only work with games that support exclusive full-screen mode, which does not sound like a huge issue.

    According to our information, RSR is based on FSR 1.0 algorithm and will work through the Radeon software driver. The technology will therefore overcome the biggest issue of proprietary super-resolution technologies,
    which is a requirement to be implemented in a specific place in the graphics pipeline. This is usually needed to prevent issues with user interfaces, which are usually rendered at native resolution. In other words,
    RSR will not require game developer support but will work independently through a Radeon driver.

    AMD Radeon Super Resolution will be released in January 2022. It will be supported by RDNA1 and RDNA2 architectures (RX 5000 and newer).
    We currently do not have any other information that would suggest support for older GPUs or games with borderless fullscreen mode, but those might be added at some point in the future. More details are likely to be unveiled at CES 2022.

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    And what about Vega/Fury & Polaris owners?
    Iirc nV is supporting also older GPUs BTW.
     
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    Sounds similar to NIS which is a driver-based spatial upscaler.
     

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    Yup, it's similar.
     
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    AMD's Certifying FreeSync Premium Pro 8K and 480Hz Gaming Displays

    480Hz Gaming Monitors are on the Horizon

    At CES 2022, AMD confirmed that the gaming display market will soon be moving beyond 4K and past 480Hz, confirming that the company is working with display partners to certify these new display technologies as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro compliant.

    AMD FreeSync Premium Pro is AMD's highest display certification, requiring maximum refresh rates of at least 120Hz, resolutions of Full HD (1080p) or higher, support for Low Framerate compensation (LFC), low latency SDR and HDR playback and "support for HDR with meticulous colour and luminance certification". In short, AMD's only certifying high quality gaming displays.

    At CES, it was confirmed during AMD's 2022 Product Premiere, it was confirmed that AM's FreeSync team is working to certify displays that are 8K in resolution and screens that offer maximum refresh rates of 480Hz. Yes, that means that 8K 120Hz and 1080p 480Hz monitors are in the works. Additionally, AMD's working with Samsung to certify their displays as FreeSync Premium Pro compatible.

    Below is what AMD's Laura Smith had to say regarding AMD's future FreeSync Premium Pro certified gaming displays.

    We continue to work with display partners, and the FreeSync ecosystem has grown beyond 2,000 displays.
    In addition, We're certifying even more premium displays featuring 8K resolutions and displays with refresh rates of up to 480Hz.
    And we are actively working with partners like Samsung Display to certify AMD FreeSync Premium Pro on QD OLED displays.

     
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    AMD Removes ‘4GB VRAM is not enough for games’ Marketing Hours Before Radeon RX 6500 XT 4 GB Launch


    "AMD is leading the industry at providing gamers with high VRAM graphics solutions across the entire product offering.
    Competitive products at a similar entry-level price-point are offering up to a maximum of 4GB of VRAM, which is evidently not enough for today's games. Go Beyond 4GB of Video Memory to Crank Up your settings.
    Play on RadeonTM RX Series GPUs with 6GB or 8GB of VRAM and enjoy gaming at Max settings."


    More -> https://wccftech.com/amd-removes-4g...g-hours-before-radeon-rx-6500-xt-4-gb-launch/

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