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AMD Navi 31 GPUs (Radeon RX 7900 XT?) Could Boast Multi-Chip-Module Design with 10,240 Cores and Muc


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3DCenter.org has shared a rumor suggesting that AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 Series successors could feature a multi-chip-module (MCM) design, which is similar to what NVIDIA is reportedly planning for its “Hopper” family of next-generation graphics cards. The speculation stems from Kepler_L2, who claims that red team has had a working version of Navi 31 since early 2020. He also revealed that the top SKU, which may very well turn out to be the Radeon RX 7900 XT, boasts a pair of 80 CU chiplets for a potential total of 10,240 Stream Processors—5,120 more than the current Radeon RX 6900 XT flagship.

“Navi31 working silicon exists since early 2020,” Kepler_L2 tweeted. “Nothing I can confirm 100% now, but from what I know Navi 31 is a 80 CU chiplet and top SKU has 2 of them."

Source: AMD Navi 31 GPUs (Radeon RX 7900 XT?) Could Boast Multi-Chip-Module Design with 10,240 Cores and Much Improved Ray Tracing - The FPS Review


Can't wait to not be able to find any of these in stock someday. 



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...same base report in this thread > here    I'm a bit of an mGPU freak (and also have 2x Radeon 8990 from 'back in the day') and hope springs eternal that mGPU will come to market sooner rather than later. What's different with the upcoming gen is the 'glue logic / fabric' in that it will make mGPU appear as a single GPU to the OS and apps - which avoids the need for 'SLI/Crossfire' profiles...both AMD and Intel have had recent leaks about their successful mGPU interlinks, though just because NVidia hasn't had any leaks / reports on it doesn't mean that they too aren't way further down that road.


BTW, 3dcenter.org referenced in the 'source' above is a really interesting site with lots of early leads (it's in German). Some of their leads/leaks do not turn out to be correct (Ampere Cuda comes to mind) but on the margin, they know their stuff and seem to have excellent industry contacts...That's where I got the otherwise undocumented SLI-CFR setup info from you see me reference from time to time in the FS2020 thread...



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