According to the latest rumors from highly credible leak sources like @Greymon55, The AMD Radeon RX 7000 would be less powerful than expectedand it is that although it has been stated that the Navi 31 graphics chip, which will give life to the AMD Radeon RX 7900XTwould offer a total of 15360 stream processors for deliver a performance of 92 TFLOPsat the moment of truth I will incorporate 12288 stream processors (20% fewer cores), so the performance gain would be reduced at 73 TFLOPsas long as the graphics chip manages to reach an operating frequency of 3000MHz.
This spec setting is for all silicon, so the rest of the family will also be less powerful than what has been stipulated, or so it is rumored.
The mid-range chip, the AMD Navi 31 (Radeon RX 7800 XT / RX 7700 XT), would go from offering a maximum configuration of 10240 stream processors at 8192while the AMD chip Navi 33 for low-end GPUs, like a Radeon RX 7600 XT, they will use a monolithic design, and go from a maximum of 5120 to 4096 stream processorsthus the whole family of chips sees the number of cores reduced by 20% compared to the initial rumors.
Navi 31 old → new specification
60 WGP, 15’360 FP32 → 48 WGP, 12’288 FP32
at 3 GHz = 73 TFlops
Navi 32 old → new specification
40 WGP, 10’240 FP32 → 32 WGP, 8’192 FP32
Navi 33 remains the same (16 WGP, 4096 FP32).
Thank you @greymon55 https://t.co/fdsrJT2aew
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