NAVI 31, flagship RDNA 3 GPU with massive Infinity Cache?

NAVI 31, flagship RDNA 3 GPU with massive Infinity Cache?


The latest reports indicate that the main representative of the next series of graphics cards AMD will offer the largest amount of Infinity Cache. According to a Twitter user named Kepler, who searches for various patches and memories on red drives, the system will have 6 MCD bones (Memory Compute Dies) and additional 3D V-Cache memory, which translates to a total of 384 MB. Infinity cache.

One of the Twitter users, who goes by the pseudonym Kepler, shared an interesting rumor with us about AMD’s upcoming flagship. The top NAVI 31 chip, using the power of the latest Radeon architecture, RDNA 3, is said to provide up to 384 MB of Infinity Cache in the standard version and in the 3D V-Cache version. According to the tipster, whose class is looking for AMD driver patches and memories, the NAVI 31 graphics processor will have up to 6 MCD (Memory Compute Dies) chips. Each of them should have up to 32 MB of standard cache (192 MB in total), but there will also be 3D V-Cache chips that will provide the same capacity.

NAVI 31, which we will probably find in the main graphics card from the upcoming Radeon RX 7000 series, should have up to 384 MB of Infinity Cache. According to rumors, in addition to the standard memory type, there will be 3D V-Cache on the board.

The total of both levels of memory is to provide 384 MB Infinity Cache. This is a threefold increase compared to what AMD’s flagship model offers, based on the RDNA 2 architecture, which has 128 MB of total cache. The NAVI 31 core will most likely be used in models such as the Radeon RX 7900 XT. It’s the RX 7000 series that can get WGP processors instead of the standard CU.

We also expect a 6nm process by Samsung or TSMC. Going back to Infinity Cache, this is AMD’s way of increasing bandwidth by placing faster caches around the GPU. It is, among other things, due to the increase in this type of memory, the new Radeons will be more efficient. AMD’s next-generation graphics cards are expected to debut later this year.

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