Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by OnnA, Jul 9, 2016.
you mean more, right?
More they use. But then again they are on bigger node but tbh AMD could've made a bigger chip if it made any sense really. 600W as they say. But it wouldn't make any sense as we can see with 7900xtx being what it is.
AMD Silently Launches The Radeon RX 6300 2GB Entry-Level RDNA 2 GPU With 32W TDP, $60 US
Navi 32 should be a good card but will probably be overpriced
If thats a 16gb/256bit configuration Navi 32 that is my next gpu.
7800xt on navi32 die ? I hope its a 7700xt. With 3840 shaders, same memory config and halved L3 cache it will match 6800xt. No progress if true.
Not sure about the card name but 7700XTX/7800 would make sense for the 60 compute unit NAVI 32 card
Apparently there is supposed to be a smaller NAVI32 card with 48/52 compute units, 12GB and 192 bit bus
Same progress nvidia is making with cut down AD104.
AMD has kinda' backed itself into a corner with the 7000 series naming...
With those specs for N32, the "7800" GPUs will not be faster than the 6800's, might even be slower.
Imagine "upgrading" from 6800 XT to a more expensive 7800 XT to get similar frames in games. Auch.
What I think will happen is that they'll use Navi32 as "7700 XT" and below, and then created a slightly more cut down Navi31 as the 7800 XT