AMD’s upcoming RDNA 2-based graphics cards are well on its way, and everyone is excited about the company’s newest GPU.
Way ahead of its launch later this year and reveal on October 28, it seems that the RX 6000 series’ specs and line-up have surfaced. According to a report by VideoCardz, the publication cross-checked the details and can confirm that it’s “more or less final”.
The line-up for the RX 6000 series is the 6900 XT, 6800 XT, 6800, and 6700.
AMD Radeon’s big boy is the RX 6900 XT, hailed as the Navi 21 XTX and AMD’s flagship GPU. This will have 80 Compute Units (CU), that’s about 5120 Stream Processors. This GPU is rumored to have 16GB of GDDR6 of VRAM with a 256-bit bus. It’s going to also have a 2040 MHz core clock speed with a 2330 MHz boost clock.
While the RX 6800 XT is considered to be the GPU that will compliment the RX 6900 XT. It’s said to be the Navi 21 XT. The GPU is expected to only have 72 CU that’s technically 4608 Stream Processors with an identical VRAM of 16GB GDDR6 with a 256-bit bus. however, the core clock is only reported to be only 2015 MHz with a boost clock of 2250 MHz. The non-X version of RX 6800 XT is the RX 6800. It also has the same VRAM and bit-bus but runs at a slower clock speed of 1815 MHz and a 2105 MHz boost clock.
The Navi 22 GPUs, a.k.a the RX 6700 XT and RX 6700, will have about 12GB GDDR6 192-bit bus. With the RX 6700 XT, it is expected to have about 40 CUs (2560 Stream Processors). However, the RX 6700 is currently slated to be released in January 2021. With a whopping 12GB GDDR6 VRAM, it seems like AMD is going to make some noise with its mid-range GPU.
We are hoping to know more details about AMD’s Radeon GPUs by October 28.