Two versions of the Navi core of AMD RDNA’s new architecture have been produced, namely the Navi 10 of the RX 5700 series and the Navi 12 of the RX 5500 series. Immediately, AMD will release the new RX 5600 XT, which was supposed to be a further lite version of the Navi 10 core, but didn’t expect a step-by-step reversal.
Initially thought the RX 5600 XT would be reduced to 30 cells and 1920 stream processors, but according to a brand’s stolen product page, it actually has 36 cells, 2304 stream processors, that is, exactly the same as the RX 5700, but the memory from 256-bit 8GB The GDDR6 was reduced to 192-bit 6GB GDDR6, and the power consumption was reduced, quite surprisingly.
Now, a new core of AMD appears in the CompuBase database, codenamed GFX1011, device ID 69B0:71, corresponding to Navi 12 (and a Navi 12 Lite), the RX 5600 series.
The number of cells is exactly the 36 of the RX 5600 XT legend (double the number of detections), and the 1144MHz reference frequency is well in line with the rumors around RX 5600 XT 1185MHz, so it is almost certain that this is the RX 5600 XT.
Incidentally, Navi 10, Nvai 14, Nvai 21 are corresponding to The numbers GFX1010, GFX1012, and GFX1030.
Finally, this Navi 21 is said to be a flagship large core, the second-generation RDNA architecture, partially supports hardware ray tracing, 505 square millimeters of area twice the navi 10, performance is also expected to double, professional version or equipped with HBM2E memory.