Back at the end of last month Forbes published a video interview with AMD CEO and President Lisa Su. The interesting thing about this interview is that in the video an unreleased RDNA 3-based GPU can be spotted. Hoang Anh Phu, a Vietnamese technology enthusiast noticed the chips and uploaded a AI-upscaled screenshots from the Forbes video and said “Navi 32 die shot (?!)” on Twitter.
Navi32 die shot (?!) pic.twitter.com/rVGYGeIpUE
— Hoang Anh Phu (@AnhPhuH) June 13, 2023
AMD’s RDNA3-based chips have already have it to market, we have the Navi 31 and Navi 33. The Navi 31 chip of course powers the AMD’s high-end Radeon RX 7900-series graphics cards that were launched back in December. While Navi 31 arrived in May 2023 with the launch of the Radeon RX 7600 series cards. AMD is definitely missing that mid-range RDNA3 chip, and they have already acknowledged that Navi 32 is a work in progress.
In the video we see this chip next to EPYC Genoa, Raphael, and Raphael X3D dies on a table. Taking a closer look we can see a Infinity Cache setup with four memory stacks. Previously leaks point to the Navi 32 having a chiplet design with a GCD (200 mm²) in the middle, surrounded by the four MCDs (37.5 mm²).
If you want to watch the full video you can below…