AMD is all set to unveil its next generation of Radeon GPUs soon. The star of the show will be the Big Navi, which will power the RX 6000 series of cards. We now have some information on what clock speeds we can expect from these cards.
The leaks come from tech leaker Rogame. The AMD Navi 21 GPU, called the Big Navi, will have multiple variants, namely Navi 21 XTX, Navi 21 XT, Navi 21 XL & Navi 21 XLE. Rogame has managed to get the clock data on the Navi 21 XL and the Navi 21 XT. Take a look:
[Update Navi21] 🧐
> Base clock 1350MHz to 1400MHz
> Game clock 1800MHz to 1900MHz
> Boost clock 2100MHz (maybe 2200MHz)
> Base clock 1450MHz to 1500MHz
> Game clock 2000MHz to 2100MHz
> Boost clock 2200MHz to 2400MHz
— _rogame (@_rogame) October 18, 2020
Well, it looks like AMD is all set to blaze this generation up with a 700 MHz boost clock. Apparently, the Big Navi GPU will hit between 2.2 to 2.4 GHz of peak clock on boost, and that’s before unlocking. Custom made models will apparently come with even higher clocks. According to Rogame, we will be seeing these SKUs:
Navi 21 XTX (0x731F:D0)
Navi 21 XT (0x731F:D1)
Navi 21 XL (0x731F:D3)
Navi 21 XLE (0x731F:DF)
We also got some insight on the TGP of these cards:
– Max. TGP of Navi 21 XT is 290 W.
– AIB partners are testing different TGP for their cards.
– The ~2.4 GHz was achieved with an AIB partner card. So assume that the card was slightly overclocked.
— Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_) October 18, 2020
Also, some information on the VRAM of the upcoming Navi cards:
Add Navi22 10GB VRAM to the list
> Navi21 16GB VRAM
> Navi22 10GB & 12GB VRAM https://t.co/CQCDEUDuLI
— _rogame (@_rogame) October 19, 2020
AMD will officially release these cards in a virtual event on October 28. Are you excited? Talk to us in the comments, down below!