AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series “RDNA 3” GPUs to Use Mixture of 5- and 6-Nanometer Process Nodes

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Some of AMD’s next-generation Radeon GPUs will be built on not one, but two types of process nodes, according to information shared in the LinkedIn profile of a member of AMD’s Infinity Data Fabric Silicon design team. As noted under a project listing, Navi 31 and Navi 32 GPUs will be produced on 5- and 6-nanometer nodes, adding credence to previous rumors that suggested AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 Series will comprise both monolithic and multi-chip module (MCM) designs. The weakest GPU in the series, Navi 33, is only listed with a single process (6 nm), which implies that the flagship and other higher-performing models will be MCM-based.

AMD engineer confirms Radeon 7000 “RDNA3 (Navi 3X)” GPUs use 5nm and 6nm nodes (VideoCardz)

  • […] the information about unreleased GPU nodes has already been removed from the profile.
  • Interestingly, the profile also mentions MI300, which is a successor to Instinct MI200 data-center accelerator, AMD’s first Multi-Chip-Module (MCM) design GPU.
  • Not much is known about this GPU yet, except for the fact that it might compete against NVIDIA Hopper and Intel Ponte Vecchio.
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