Information about AMD’s RDNA 3-based Navi 33 display may have just leaked to the network, revealing that the next-generation graphics processor may bring the best of Big Nav to entry-level RDNA 3 graphics cards.
The Navi 33 display is reported to have the same specifications as the Navi 21 display AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT graphics cards, which means that the bottom of the RDNA 3 configuration is at least as powerful as the best graphics cards AMD’s previous Big Navi. Like Wccftech notes that this would be in line with the promises AMD has made about the key performance improvements we are going to see on the RDNA 3 team.
If true, it would give the Navi 33 about 80 computing units, a total of 5,120 power processors. That’s double what Navi 23 – which we expect to see in the AMD Radeon RX 6600 and RX 6600 XT – will be.
We don’t know what kind of performance improvements the RDNA 3’s new GPU IP has over Big Nav, so it’s impossible to know what to expect from it. But we know it’s based on the 5 nm node of the TSMC, so it should definitely be faster than the Big Navi using the 7 nm node.