Rumor: Radeon RX 7900 XT will receive a dual-GPU GPU, each of which roughly matches the GPU in the Radeon RX 6900 XT
Despite the fact that AMD graphics cards based on GPU Navi 21 have only recently entered the market, and there is no need to talk about full-fledged sales yet, the first rumors about the company’s next flagship graphics processor have already appeared on the Web.
Navi 31 is expected to be AMD’s first GPU, or even the first GPU on the market to feature multiple dies. We’ve heard about similar plans from AMD and Nvidia for a long time, and, perhaps, they are being implemented as early as next year.
So, the source says that there are rumors about the configuration of the Navi 31, according to which it will consist of two chiplets with 80 CUs each. That is, in fact, it is like two Navi 21, and in total it is 10,240 stream processors. Of course, there is no point in simply doubling the performance of the Radeon RX 6900 XT. On the one hand, we do not even know roughly what the scalability of such a solution will be, on the other hand, the new process technology and new architecture will also play their part. In any case, the conditional Radeon RX 7900 XT (tentative name) should turn out to be incredibly productive.
It is worth noting that the rumor originally appeared at the beginning of the month, but only now large thematic resources drew attention to it. In addition, the original source has no reputation, so it is worth treating the information accordingly. But she’s interesting enough to know about her anyway.