AMD Big Navi with 12G and 16G memory: the public version is available before this year’s double ELEVEN.

AMD’s recent earnings conference, which confirmed the news of Big Navi Graphics and Zen 3, will be available by the end of the year. The latest revelations say that Big Navi PCB proofing has been completed, the public version is expected to be available before this year’s double ELEVEN, the non-public progress is slightly slower, as soon as December may even wait until January next year.

AMD Big Navi with 12G and 16G memory: the public version is available before this year's double ELEVEN.

Big Navi based on AMD’s new RDNA2 architecture GPU, 7nm process, Su Ma statement carried out a full stack reconstruction, performance is gratifying, not only to meet the needs of fever, but also to cover the mainstream, dessert level, and even into the APU and game console market (PS5, Xbox Series X).

Back on the graphics card, it’s said that Big Navi will eventually opt for 12GB or 16GB of memory, combined with the previously out-of-the-way Sienna Cichlid and Navy Flounder development codes, which look look good. Judging from the memory, the corresponding bit width of the two paragraphs should be 512bit and 384bit.

AMD Big Navi with 12G and 16G memory: the public version is available before this year's double ELEVEN.

Previously, it was reported that navi 21 full core integrated up to 80 sets of CU units, but the core variants are also many, including Navi21 XTX, Navi21 XT, Navi21 XL and Navi21 XE, that is, the final Big Big Big Brother graphics card will be the trade-off, it is not known what.

According to AMD’s official account, RDNA2 has increased performance by up to 50% per watt, and for the first time, hardware-accelerated ray tracing technology has been supported.

AMD Big Navi with 12G and 16G memory: the public version is available before this year's double ELEVEN.