AMD’s RDNA 3 based SKUs are just around the corner which will make use of the Navi 3X chips namely Navi 33, Navi 32, Navi 31 where Navi 31 is the flagship chip.
Over at Twitter, @_wildc posted some fan-made renders of the upcoming Navi 31, 32 and 33 chips.
The flagship SKU, Navi 31 will ship with 48 WorkGroup Processors (WGP) and up to 12288 Stream Processors, although cut-down variants may have fewer cores.
Navi 32, for the mid-range market is apparently packed with a massive 32 WorkGroup Processors (WGP) and 8192 Stream Processors suiting the needs of those on a budget.
As for the entry-level market, the Navi 33 will use the monolithic design meaning you wont see any additional MCDs along with a smaller GCD rather a full sized GCD containing all the cores, processing units will be utilized. It is important to note that Navi 33 will be based off TSMC’s 6nm process node, whereas the latter GPUs (Navi 32, 31) will resort to TSMC’s 5nm and 6nm technology.