Rumors about the specifications of AMD Radeon graphics cards are coming again RX7900XTin addition to the graphics chips that bring the AMD Radeon to life RX7700XT and the AMD Radeon RX7600XT.
The top-of-the-range model indicates that it will use the chip Navi 31 with a chiplet design that will allow you to offer a maximum configuration of 12288 Stream Processors (vs 5120 SPs of the RX 6900 XT) to which he would join 96MB Infinity Cachewhich is considerably less than previously rumored, which put the capacity of this ultra-fast cache at 192 MB.
This graphics chip would be accompanied by 24GB of memory GDDR6 @ 18 Gbps with a memory interface of 384 bit (16GB @ 16 Gbps with 256 bits) to reach a bandwidth of 864GB/s (vs 512 GB/s), while its TDP could reach up to 600W (versus 300W).
As stated, the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT, in its reference design, will be powered by two 8+8 pin PCI-Express connectorsto which is added a renewed refrigeration system that will increase in size keeping the settings triple fan.
Navi 32 and 33 chipset specifications are also updated
On the other hand, the maximum specifications of the graphics chips are updated Navi 32 and Navi 33. This implies that the AMD Radeon RX7700XT will be able to offer a configuration of up to 7680 Stream Processors with access to a maximum of 64 MB of Infinity Cache with a 256-bit memory interface for its GDDR6 chips, while the AMD Radeon RX7600XT will be able to offer a maximum configuration of 4096 Stream Processors being a monolithic chip that could be combined with 32 MB of Infinity Cache and a 128-bit memory interface.