AMD did use an interesting code name, “Beige Goby” for AMD RDNA2 GPU, in its recently released Linux drivers. The codename did not reveal what card it refers to, but users were quick enough to realize the driver has listed 16MB of L3 cache, and they were able to link it up with other things, thus concluding that it is Navi 24, which was rumored to have 16 MB of infinity cache too.
Before The Navi 24 “Beige Goby”, AMD has already released the Navi 21, codename as “Sienna Cichlid,” and Navi 22, which is codenamed “Navy Flounder.” Moreover, the release for Navi 23, codenamed as “Dimgrey Cavefish” and Navi 24 “Beige Goby,” is pending. Navi 23 is expected to launch under Radeon RX 6600 series, while Navi 24 will launch under RX 6500 or 6400 series.
AMD Navi 24 will most probably be the last member of the Navi 2X family, which is based on RDNA2 architecture. Moreover, AMD releasing four GPUs based on the same architecture under one series of Radeon products is a significant event in the company’s history as it hasn’t been the case in the past few years.
Via Tom’s Hardware