Graphics cards today play a very important role because, thanks to their enviable performance, they enable users to run demanding graphics displays.
They are especially important for video game players and professionals who deal with large amounts of data, videos, and photo editing.
The leader in the graphics card market for years is AMD, which surprises us every now and then with a new solution – which raises the level of computer functionality to a higher level. There is growing speculation that AMD will soon introduce a new set of graphics cards – and the official presentation should take place in late October.
Although there is still no official data, there are growing speculations that AMD will introduce the new AMD Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards. We still don’t know when and with what performance the graphics card will appear on the market, but some specifications have appeared in the public that could correspond to the performance of the new AMD graphics cards. The two new graphics cards are currently codenamed Sienna Cichlid and Navy Flounder – and will likely be named Navi 21 (Big Navi) and Navi 22 (or Navi 23) after the launch. The Navi 21 graphics card will most likely become part of the premium offer, which will delight demanding users.
The Navi 21 graphics card should apparently have 80 CU units. If each CU will have 64 stream processors, that means we will get a graphics card that will have a total of 5120 cores. On the other hand, the Navy Flounder should have 40 CU units, bringing us to a figure of 2560 cores. The stronger card will probably have a 256-bit memory interface, while the weaker one will have 192 bits.
Although this is media speculation, the fact is that AMD is preparing new surprises for us in the field of graphics cards. The official unveiling of the new Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards is likely to take place on October 28th. Then we will surely find out many other details about the new graphics cards, as well as the one that many are most interested in, and that is the price.