AMD’s Navi 24 GPU revealed, Will Arrive In Radeon RX 6500XT Graphics Cards

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AMD hasn’t released a comprehensive lineup of Radeon GPUs in a long time. It’s been over a year since Navi 21 was introduced, but the fourth and smallest member of the family has finally arrived. The Navi 24 is an inexpensive desktop GPU that will most likely be used in next-generation mid-range laptops.

The AMD Navi 24 is a tiny GPU with a die size of 141 mm2, which is slightly smaller than the RDNA1 Navi 14’s 158 mm2. The render confirms that the GPU has half of Navi 23’s GPU clusters, or 16. The full implementation has 1024 shading units, with each cluster including 64 Stream Processors. The Infinity Cache has been lowered to 16 MB, and the memory controller is only 64 bits wide.

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The AMD Navi 24 GPU is the RDNA2 family’s fourth and, most likely, final member. It will, however, be AMD’s first 6nm GPU, potentially alongside the AMD Rembrandt mobile CPU series, which is also expected to be based on a 6nm node.

Radeon RX 6500XT and RX6400 are the first products to feature Navi 24. Plus, we might get to see the arrival of the first card on January 19th. On the other hand, the latter is designed for AMD OEM partners; we are not sure about its release date. Additionally, AMD might reveal more details about its Navi 24 products at the CES 2022 press conference on January 4th.

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