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An image of AMD Navi 24 GPU, the most compact chip on RDNA 2 architecture, has appeared

An image of AMD Navi 24 GPU, the most compact chip on RDNA 2 architecture, has appeared

VideoCardz portal obtained an image of Navi 24, the low-end GPU, which is going to form basis for Radeon RX 6000 entry-level desktop and, most likely, mobile graphics. This is the most compact graphics chip, based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture.

According to the source, the Navi 24 has an area of 141 mm2. In other words, it is smaller than the Navi 14 generation RDNA 1 with an area of 158 mm2, which was used in models such as the Radeon RX 5500 XT and Radeon RX 5300. The published image of Navi 24 confirms that the processor has half as many Compute Units as the Navi 23 chip used in the Radeon RX 6600. Each such unit contains 64 stream processors. Thus, their total number is 1024 pieces. The size of Infinity Cache of Navi 24 is reduced to 16 MB, and it has a memory controller with 64-bit bus bit rate support. If we believe the rumors, Navi 24 & ; this is the first GPU based on 6nm production processor. AMD is expected to unveil the new and probably the last member of the RDNA 2 graphics family as early as next week. The chip will be used in Radeon RX 6500 XT and Radeon RX 6400 graphics cards. The first card is to be launched on January 19. The second will be distributed exclusively through PC OEMs and will be available later.

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