AMD has announced that their next-generation flagship GPU will have 4x times the power
The GPU market is heating up as both the major players, NVIDIA and AMD, are expected to release next-generation GPUs toward the end of this year. Intel, a firm that specializes in processor development but has historically avoided the discrete graphics market, is entering it again with Arc A-Series. There are three businesses that want to be the best. They are trying hard and this makes competition very high. Sometimes people who work for these companies share information with other companies.
We’ve had plenty to eat when official statements are thin. And today is no different. Today, NVIDIA and AMD’s top-end flagship SKUs revealed huge leaks regarding their theoretical compute performance. The earnings warnings have stopped coming, and the numbers are now virtually identical, once again demonstrating how heated the market is about to become.
The current-generation RDNA 2 was announced in 2016 and is now shipping in the Radeon RX series. AMD’s next-gen GPU architecture, codenamed Navi, is expected to provide substantial performance improvements over the current-gen RDNA 2. AMD is switching from a monolithic to a multi-chip module (MCM) design in the top SKUs, which is a first for the graphics card industry. AMD might use 3D stacking technology to put chips on top of each other to make the performance better.
An example of this is when leaker Greymon55 took to Twitter today to talk about the performance we can expect from Navi 31. This is the top-end RDNA 3 GPU and the direct successor to Navi 21. The Radeon RX 7900XT is likely to be one of AMD’s first few SKUs when they launch.
This GPU will succeed the current-gen RX 6900XT as AMD’s new flagship series. In the same way that a 32-bit integer holds 92 bits, Navi 31’s GPU performance is referred to as “92T FP32” (FP32), which refers to its performance in teraflops. Of course, given that 92 means “ninety-two,” a Teraflop equals 1 The Navi 31 chip will have a high peak FP32 performance of 92 TFLOPs, which is more than the previously leaked value of 75 TFLOPs.
We can expect a 4x boost in performance when comparing the Radeon RX 6900XT to its lesser-endowed sibling, the RX 6900. This article is about how to overclock an AMD graphics card. The 92 TFLOPs number is the theoretical limit, which means it is the factory clock speed. If you overclock the GPU, you may be able to reach 100 TFLOPS or more.
AMD is trying hard to make their RDNA 3 graphics card the best yet. RDNA 2 surprised everyone by being just as good as NVIDIA’s RTX 30-series cards. But AMD isn’t done yet. They’re going to try and take back the throne from NVIDIA with RDNA 3.