“Go Big or Go Home.” It is something that AMD took very seriously regarding AMD RDNA 3. With the guidance and brains of Dr. Lisa Su, the company has performed magically with Zen and RDNA, the two pillars that underpin its latest GPUs and CPUs.
Many people have been keen on getting their hands on the AMD RDNA 3 Release Date. Now that it has been a year since AMD gave us RDNA 2, Big Navi, or a magnificent graphic architectural design with Radeon RX 6000 graphic cards.
What is AMD RDNA 3 Architecture?
RDNA (Radeon DNA) is a codename for GPU microarchitecture. It is a set of instructions for AMD’s graphic processors. As per our sources, it will have a chipset design, and it is going to be a ground-breaking thing in the GPU industry.
The chipset design is AMD’s weapon for increasing the performance and physical cores. We are speculating that AMD RDNA 3 might have the same.
But again, it is not as perfect as it seems to be. The chipset design causes an increase in latency, and high latency in the GPU can downgrade the overall performance. Another possible addition to AMD RDNA 3 GPUs could be the Accelerator Processor Die (APD) stacked on the GPU chipset.
AMD RDNA 3 Release Date
Sadly, there is no confirmed date yet for AMD RDNA 3 Release Date. The official specs and release date are likely to be available by mid-2023.
But, AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, did confirm that the AMD RDNA 3 is all set to launch in 2023, and she also mentioned that the demand for graphics cards is still “super high.”
In the same call, she also said that AMD has been making a substantial amount of investment to ensure that there is ample supply to fulfill the demand in the market.
Again, let us not get our hopes too high cause there are many issues with chip and semiconductor manufacturing. It might cause a potential delay.
AMD RDNA 3 Features and Specifications
As per the rumors, AMD might launch three different RDNA 3 GPUs, they are:
- Navi 31
- Navi 32
- Navi 33
Navi 31 is likely to be used in the Radeon RX 7000 lineup. Navi 32 and Navi 33 will be used in graphic cards like RX 7900 XT and other low-budget options.
The Navi 31 and Navi 32 will have a 5nm process mode for the Graphics Computer Dies, commonly known as GCD, and the IOD will have a 6nm process node. The Navi 33 GPU will be equipped with a monolithic package per the 6nm process node.
A couple of other rumored specifications of the AMD RDNA 3 include:
- Navi 31: 60 WGP
- 16GB 256bit GDDR6
- 256M 3D IFC
- Navi 32: 40 WGP
- 12GB 192bit GDDR6
- 192M 3D IFC
- 2.6 to 2.8GHz
- Navi 33: 16 WGP
- 8GB 128bit GDDR6
- 64M IFC
- 2.8 to 3.0GHz
Again, these are all AMD RDNA 3 specifications. Let us not get ahead of ourselves.
AMD RDNA 3 Performance
After carefully analyzing all the rumors, we have gathered that Navi 31 will be hitting the charts at 76.8 TFLOPS of FP32 Performance, the Navi 32 at 57.3 TFLOPS, and the Navi 33 at 24.6 TFLOPS.
With multiple chipsets at work acting as a unified GPU, the performance of AMD RDNA 3 will be something that needs to be on every gamer’s radar.
AMD RDNA 3 might also have the option to optimize the efficiency or the overall performance of each chipset. If the rumors about AMD RDNA 3 are true, they will be making history by launching the best-ever product in the market.
AMD RDNA 3 Price
The AMD RDNA 3 GPUs are expected to be more expensive than the AMD RDNA 2. With a substantial hike in the chip wafer fabrication rates by TMC, the prices were raised by 10 percent in November 2021, and as per the rumors floating around in the market, we are expecting a 20 percent increase in the price. Taking that into consideration, the AMD RDNA 3 Price could be:
- For Navi 31 (5nm + 6 nm): $1000 to $1500
- For Navi 32 (5nm + 6 nm): $600 to $1000
- For Navi 33 (6 nm): $450
How can be RDNA 3 different from RDNA 2?
As far as the rumors revolving around it are to be addressed, the AMD RDNA 3 GPU and the Radeon RX 7900 XT featuring the Navi 31 GPU will be a beast.
Industry insiders are claiming that the AMD RDNA 3 will be at least 60 percent more efficient than the AMD RDNA 2. Not just that, claims are also being made that the Radeon RX 7900 XT will be at least double the RX 6900 XT in terms of its capacity.
We are also looking forward to the Infinity Cache being massively improved with the AMD RDNA 3 Navi-31, making it a 512 MB of Infinity Cache.
The Infinity Cache is multiplied by four times on the Radeon RX 6800 XT and Radeon RX 6900 XT graphic cards under AMD RDNA 2. With all of the hype around AMD RDNA 3, we sure hope it will be magnificent.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ 1: Can we see the use of RDNA 3 and RDNA 2 GPUs in its Radeon RX 7000 family?
Answer: The AMD Radeon RX 7000 series family might blend different GPUs of various designs and structures. It seems as though AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 series graphic cards, in particular the RX 7900, RX 7800 series, and RX 7700 series, will use GPUs based on the RDNA 3 design. It will have Navi 31, Navi 32, and Navi 33 GPUs, but only Navi 31 and Navi 32 will use an MCM architecture.
The Navi 33 has robust architecture and features a core count like Navi 21 RDNA 2 at 5120 cores. Be that as it may, the standard and entry-level solutions will not use an RDNA 3 but might be a part of the AMD RDNA 2. This cycle is relied upon incorporating Navi 22, Navi 23, and Navi 24 GPUs, which are all reputed to be built on the 6nm process.
With that, we have come to an end with our information on AMD RDNA 3 and AMD RDNA 3 Release Date, and this is all the info we could gather about it. We hope it helps you in finding the answers to your queries. Bookmark this article for the latest information on AMD RDNA 3 and keep visiting omggamer.com for more gaming updates.