Key features of AMD Big Navi graphics cards revealed
A well-known insider wjm47196 shared new details related to the upcoming AMD video cards built on the basis of the Big Navi GPU. According to the informant, the next-generation Radeon RX can get an impressive amount of memory up to 16 GB. The expected date of the presentation of the "red" GPUs of the new generation has also become known.
According to the source, compared to the Radeon RX 5700 XT video card, the GDDR6 memory capacity in the older Big Navi line accelerators will be doubled to 16 GB with a bandwidth of up to 18 Gbit/s. A 384-bit bus is also attributed to the new products. The informant claims that the first AMD Radeon RX Big Navi models have already been sent to Shanghai to develop and debug the necessary drivers.
https://The presentation of new products is expected in the fourth quarter of 2020. According to rumors, AMD is still working on the design of the printed circuit boards of the new accelerators - the procedure will be completed in about two weeks. Also, wjm47196 announced the release of a new flagship NVIDIA video card at least a month earlier than the model from AMD, but none of the manufacturers have announced any official dates yet.
A distinctive feature of AMD Big Navi graphics accelerators will be the use of the RDNA 2 architecture. According to previous leaks, the older models of the new generation will receive twice as many computational units as their predecessors, and their performance will be able to double the capabilities of the current NVIDIA RTX 2000 flagships.