Items tagged with navi 14

While it might not exactly be the case right now, AMD is expecting to expand its Navi graphics architecture into a whole family of products from the low-end to the high-end. At the moment, we currently only have three SKUs that are firmly entrenched in the mid-range sector of the market: Radeon RX 5700, Radeon RX 5700 XT, and Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition. However, there are reportedly two separate "factions" of Navi chips that are on the horizon to join the existing Navi 10 cards. Navi 14 allegedly references a cutdown version of the chip that will be used in entry-level cards, while Navi 12 refers to an even bigger chip that would go up against NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080... Read more...
We are all looking ahead to when AMD launches a full-tilt version of Navi for the high-end market with ray tracing support, but in the more immediate future, the company may be readying new 7-nanometer GPUs for the entry-level sector. That is the implication of recently leaked benchmarks for a set of supposed Navi 14 GPUs, anyway. Codenames can get confusing, so before we go any further, let's have a look at what's out there currently: Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary: Navi 10 XTX Radeon RX 5700 XT: Navi 10 XT Radeon RX 5700: Navi 10 In short, the Radeon RX 5700 series is based on Navi 10, with the XTX and XT variants both featuring 2,560 shaders and 160 TMUs, and the XL version having 2,304... Read more...
AMD's newly launched Radeon RX 5700 Series of graphics cards are squarely aimed at the mid-range segment of the gaming market, and they offer solid performance and attractive price points. However, it appears that AMD will soon have a range of cards that will slot further down on the totem pole to satisfy the entry-level market. Verification of these lesser 7nm graphics cards from noted leaker Komachi, which was first noticed by WCCFTech. The Radeon graphics cards were found in CompuBench, and have the ID String "AMD 7340:C1". What's interesting is that the cards present themselves as Navi 14 with a total of 24 RDNA compute units. With a total of 64 stream processors per compute... Read more...