While it is not yet possible to find the RX 6000 series cards on the shelves, the details of the next generation solutions have started to emerge. An increase in ray tracing performance is also expected.
Similar to the RTX 3000 series, it is difficult to find it in stocks, although the red team’s RX 6000 series has forced Nvidia in the upper segment after years with its price and performance. However, the company started working on Navi 30 chips.
We shared last week that AMD will focus on energy efficiency in RDNA 3. According to the latest leaks, the red team will also switch to a new chip design on RDNA 3 architecture cards.
Benefit of multi-dice design
Thanks to the multi-dice design that we expect to see in Nvidia’s Hopper GPU, the company can achieve high parallel processing unit numbers. The RDNA 3 architecture top segment GPU, which is expected to come with 80 CUs, can carry 10240 processing units in total.
Considering the performance per watt and the new RDNA 3 architecture, it can be said that the Navi 31 GPU will be a computing monster.
AMD is expected to focus more on ray tracing
On the other hand, AMD is expected to offer remarkable ray tracing performance on the Navi 30 series chips, which is far behind in the RX 6000’s ray tracing performance.
As you will remember from the drawings we shared recently, AMD is also known to work on a connection that will allow multiple dice to synchronize with each other. Navi 30 GPUs can also host an additional controller to manage ray tracing units.