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post #1 of 61 (permalink) Old 02-24-2020, 09:11 PM - Thread Starter
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[WCCF]Alleged AMD Next-Gen Flagship Navi ‘Radeon RX’ GPU Specifications Leaked

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Surprisingly, the document lists the complete GPU and memory configurations. For the GPU itself, we are looking at 5120 stream processors packed in 80 Compute Units. The GPU consists of a total of 320 TMUs and 96 ROPs. The L2 cache size on the chip also sits at a mammoth 12 MB. That's 2x the cache of NVIDIA's flagship Tesla V100 GPU and Titan RTX. It's also 3x the cache size over AMD's own Radeon RX 5700 XT which is based on the Navi 10 GPU. There are no clock speeds mentioned for this part but the memory configuration is listed.
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I call fake because AMD mentioned that HBM won't be used in their consumer cards. If anything this might be Arcturus, their Instinct Mi100 card. This seems much more reasonable than a 128 cu card.

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Whatever the case, hopefully they launch Big Navi right around tax return time.
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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
I call fake because AMD mentioned that HBM won't be used in their consumer cards. If anything this might be Arcturus, their Instinct Mi100 card. This seems much more reasonable than a 128 cu card.
What they said was there's going to be some HBM2e cards and GDDR6 cards. This rumor falls in line with previous reports. We may see some version of the 80CU Big Navi with GDDR6 and another version with HBM2e. Something like a 5900XT vs 5950XT. Or a gamer edition and a professional edition. HBM2e is going to be amazing for rendering and semi-professional work just like Radeon VII was a much better card for work than gaming.

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The same rumor keeps popping up over and over. The 80CU Big Navi must be real. I guess they really do have something faster than the 2080Ti. The question is, at what power draw?
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Do they really need to call these informal press release things "leaks" anymore?

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Graphics cards in 2020, I am firmly in the wait see because I'm not really that excited camp.

I hope they don't ruin it before it ever gets a chance by forcing it to be used with an unworthy cooler, like the RVII.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
Graphics cards in 2020, I am firmly in the wait see because I'm not really that excited camp.

I hope they don't ruin it before it ever gets a chance by forcing it to be used with an unworthy cooler, like the RVII.
My R9 Fury is due for an upgrade, and RDNA2 seems like the time to do so for me. I almost bought a Vega 56/64, but I'm glad I didn't.
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My R9 Fury is due for an upgrade, and RDNA2 seems like the time to do so for me. I almost bought a Vega 56/64, but I'm glad I didn't.
Fury X -> 5700XT 50thAE was a decent upgrade. I went into it knowing what I really wanted was Big Navi but that it wasn't coming in time for my needs and I would upgrade in the future. Coming from your R9 Fury I think even the most cut down Big Navi sku will be a huge improvement. I'm sure there will eventually be a 5800 XT and 5800 with cut down dies.
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That would be great *if* these specs are rue.

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