AMD: confirmations arrive on Navi 23 with 64 ROPs

With the passage of time, among the many innovations, the rumors about the specifications of the long-awaited AMD Navi 23 become more and more insistent

The Navi 21 and Navi 22 chips were the protagonists regarding the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 for AMD. Now the arrival of the Navi 23 chip is eagerly awaited, with the announcement of the Radeon W6600 PRO, designed for professionals. AMD, in the meantime, has clarified another detail about these new GPUs: it seems that Navi 23 is equipped with 64 ROP instead of 32, the same Render Output Unit number as Navi 22.

Until now, the announcement of the new upcoming Radeons had provided information on the number of transistors. Also they should have up to 32 calculation units, although these specifications have not yet been confirmed.

AMD: confirmations arrive on Navi 23 with 64 ROPs

Some details about the Radeon RX 6600M Mobile version and desktop workstation version feature 1792 Stream Processors, also counting 10 TFLOP of power. In theory these cards peak at 2.9 GHz with a TDP around 100 W. Excellent performance results on paper and this only increases the curiosity of users towards the news of AMD.

AMD: non solo Radeon W6600 PRO

In short, it looks forward to the arrival of the new video cards from AMD and, it really seems that they can bring a wind of novelty when it comes to GPUs designed for productivity. Furthermore, let’s not forget that the launch of the new graphics cards for gaming is also expected Radeon RX 6600 XT e RX 6600, which will add another piece to the range of the 6000 series; especially for the medium / low market segment. There is a lot of meat in the fire for the company led by Lisa Su, we just have to wait and see what surprises the future holds for hardware enthusiasts.

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