The leaks are still fresh from the initial release of AMD Navi graphics card that foreign publication AdoredTV leaked. And now they have announced about how AMD Navi lineup leaked completely. They said that AMD will launch seven Navi graphics cards. These would include two high-end Navi 20 graphics card. There would be three mid-range Navi10 and two entry-level Navi12 graphics cards. Since the information they exposed last time has not been verified by AMD as of yet, we can’t ensure the accuracy of the leak this time as well.
AMD Navi Lineup leaked: Details.
Navi20 performance over Radeon VII
According to the information released, the Navi20 core is used in the AMD Radeon RX 3090 XT and RX 3090. The RX 3090 XT will have 64 CUs and TDP of 225 W. When compared with the Radeon VII equipped with Vega20, the performance is expected to increase by 10%.
The RX 3090 will be equipped with 60 CUs and 180 W TDPs. It would be similar in performance to the Radeon VII. This Navi20 based GPU is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2020.
Navi10 performance would be better than Vega 64?
Mid-range graphics is a fiercely competitive area, and NVIDIA has further consolidated its position in this field with the introduction of the GTX 1660 Ti. AMD hopes to compete with the NVIDIA RTX 2070 by launching the RX 3080 XT (56 CU).
The RX 3080 would be 10% better than the Vega 64. And the RX 3070XT performance would be equivalent to the Vega 64.
Navi12 will redefine entry-level GPU performance!
AdoredTV listed the RX 3070 and RX 3060 as entry-level Navi12 GPUs. The RX 3070 is said to have 40 CUs, 8 GB GDDR6 VRAM and 130 W TDP. The positioning is expected to be around Vega 56.
The RX 3060 features 32 CUs with 4 GB of GDDR6 VRAM and 75 W TDP, which would be equivalent to the RX 580.
Finally, the leaks have said that in addition to the Navi20, the rest of the Navi graphics lineup will be launched during the E3 2019. In addition to desktop GPUs, AMD is also focused on the gaming console market. The Sony PlayStation 5 and Xbox One new version are expected to feature RX 3080 XT-class GPUs with 12.9+ TFLOPs of power and support for ray tracing.
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