A few months before the announcement, the authoritative informant provided information about future AMD Navi 3 X graphics processors based on the RDNA 3 architecture. It is expected that this chip will be used in the next-generation Radeon RX graphics cards.
According to the data received, AMD Navi 33 will be equipped with 80 computational units and 5,120 cores. The processor will have the same characteristics as its predecessor, the Navi 21, but will be based on the next-generation RDNA 3 GPU IP core. The rumors converge with AMD's own promises to significantly increase productivity gains in the next generation of Radeon RX graphics cards.
AMD Navi 31 chips will reportedly be equipped with two crystals, potentially receiving up to 160 blocks and 10,240 streaming processors. This in turn could affect the dimensions of the GPU, which could prompt AMD to use a 5-nanometer process. It is noteworthy that the company has already managed to patent an active bridge chipset for its next-generation graphics processors with a built-in cache and the layout of several crystals.
The AMD RDNA 3 Navi 3 GPU line will compete with NVIDIA MCM solutions based on Ada Lovelace chips, which are not expected to be released until late 2022 or early 2023.