AMD’s lower-ranged lineup of next-generation Radeon RX 7000 Series graphics cards will be just as powerful as today’s RDNA 2 flagships. This is according to hardware leaker Yuko Yoshida (@KittyYyuko), who claims that Navi 33 will leverage a new IP core and boast a level of performance that’s similar to Navi 21, the GPU used in the Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6900 Series. While Yoshida did not have any exact specifications to share, the rumor suggests that Navi 33 will feature the same amount of compute units (80) and stream processors (5,120) as red team’s current flagship GPU.
Navi 33 (?) = Navi 21 + Next Gen IP Core— Yuko Yoshida (@KittyYYuko) May 2, 2021
AMD Navi 31 chips will end up with an MCM solution and feature dual 80 Compute Unit chiplet dies, and each would feature 5120 cores. This would round up to a maximum of 160 Compute Units & a total of 10,240 stream processors. If that ends up being the case (& it’s looking more so than ever that it would be), then we can definitely expect an 80 CU Navi 33 part. The Navi 32 SKU could end up with around 120-140 CUs and that too could be a multi-chip-module design.